Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.
Not the greatest weather today. Temperatures were in the upper 70’s. Winds were from the 10-20 mph from the North-East. Rain showers started in the afternoon.
Slow fishing off the beach today. In Avon there was flounder and speckled trout in the sound and bluefish off the beach. Off the pier there was spot, croaker, and bluefish. In Buxton there was puppy drum biting. No report off the Frisco beach. In Hatteras there was puppy drum on the sound side.
No inshore or offshore reports for the next few days due to storm conditions.
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