Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.
Today was a good day to be on Hatteras Island. We had temperatures in the mid 80’s and southwest winds after lunch. The winds turned west-south-west a little later on and blew around 9 mph. Tomorrow is forecasted to be a little cooler.
Fishing is still a little scattered. We just need a push of cooler water, it’s just too warm. They were catching a few small bluefish, a few puppy drum and a few sea mullet in Avon today. Buxton had a few small bluefish as well. They also had some catches of spanish mackerel, sea mullet and pompano. Frisco had catches of small bluefish and sea mullet today. Hatteras had catches of a few small bluefish, sea mullet and pompano.
It was a nice day on the sound. There were catches of speckled trout and puppy drum, even a couple of cobia.
The offshore boats had a good day in the deep. They came back with catches of wahoo, yellow and blackfin tuna and dolphin. There were also some vermilion snapper and triggerfish caught. The sailfish bite was good, with 4 today and 1 blue marlin release.
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