Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.
North winds at 5-10 mph for most of the day today. Temperatures were in the mid 80’s again today. In the morning there was stormy conditions that cleared out to make for a blue sky day.
From the beach today there was better than yesterday. In Avon there was croaker, sea-mullet, and small bluefish. From the pier there was spanish mackerel, bluefish, croaker sea-mullet and grey trout biting. In Buxton there was small bluefish and croaker caught. Here in Frisco we had bluefish, croaker and pompano biting. In Hatteras there was sea-mullet, pompano and small bluefish biting.
Inshore fishing picked up also today. The red drum were biting great today. There was bluefish and spanish mackerel caught outside the inlet. There was some sheepshead caught back in the sound today.
Offshore today the wahoo bite picked up. There was a scattered dolphin bite with most being bailer sized fish. from the bottom there was grey tilefish, trigger fish and a blue angelfish pictured below caught by Bryan Peed from Wilson, NC while fishing on the Miss Hatteras today.
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