Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.
Today was another beautiful day with sunny skies and calm winds. The winds were from the south-west at 5-10 mph and the temperatures were in the upper 70’s.
Up on the Avon beach puppy drum and sea mullet were caught. Around the Buxton beach bluefish, sea mullet, puppy drum and blow toads were reported. Over on the Frisco beach and down on the Hatteras beach sea mullet were reported.
FYI~~ North Carolina will remain open for flounder fishing this fall. Division of Marine Fisheries Flounder News Release
The inshore boats are catching puppy drum, big red drum and speckled trout in the Pamlico Sound.
The offshore boats had scattered catches of dolphin and wahoo.
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