Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.
Beautiful weather again today. The winds were from the North at 5-10 mph. The temperatures were in the mid 80’s.
The fishing off the beach picked up today. From the beach in Avon there was a few sea-mullet and croaker caught. Off the pier there was sea-mullet, pompano, croaker and some puppy drum caught. In Buxton there was pompano, sea-mullet, bluefish and some puppy drum biting. Here in Frisco we had sea-mullet, and small bluefish caught. Hatteras beach had a few puppy drum and bluefish biting.
Inshore today the fishing was great with a variety of fish. IN the sound there was speckled trout, keeper and citation sized drum, and bluefish. Just outside the inlet there was spanish mackerel, and king mackerel caught.
Billfish were again snapping today. There was over 25 sailfish released today and few blue marlin released. Limits of dolphin a wahoo today with a few yellow-fin and black-fin tuna mixed in. Off the bottom there was triggerfish and vermillion snapper caught.
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