Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.
The weather and fishing was great today. The temperatures were in the lower 70’s. Winds were from the North East at 5-10 mph.
From the beach in Avon today there was puppy drum, sea-mullet, and small bluefish. Off the pier there was puppy drum, and pompano caught. In Buxton there was puppy drum, sea-mullet, bluefish, and speckled trout. Here in Frisco we had bluefish, puppy drum, and sea-mullet. In Hatteras there was sea-mullet and puppy drum caught.
First day back for offshore fishing today! Wahoo and yellow fin tuna were biting right off the bat. The black-fin tuna and dolphin bite was scattered. Sailfish were around but only a few bit.
DARE COUNTY EMERGENCY INCIDENT INFORMATION, Please check this site regularly for updates on access to Hatteras Island! Keep an eye on our facebook page for the opening of the Ramps and beach access.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Check Out Today’s Pink Product:
The 5000-89 Pink Tackle Box is a great beginners tackle box. Molded completely in pink the new 5000-89 is a lift out tray tackle box that is geared towards “daddy’s little girl.” Looks & feels like dad’s box, but measuring 13.5″W x 8″L x 6.25″H this box is small enough for any little girl to carry.
The Hatteras Island Cancer Foundation is excited to offer you a chance at winning either a trout rod or a cobia rod – both custom built and accented with pink custom diamond wrap and sporting the pink breast cancer awareness ribbon!!! Tickets are $5 each and we will be drawing the winners at the Christmas Parade in Hatteras on December 10th – you do not need to be present to win.