Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.
Beautiful weather today. Temperatures were around 80 degrees. Winds were calm in the morning and picking up to 5-10 mph in the afternoon from the North-East.
Off the beach today there was some fair fishing. In Avon off the beach there was small bluefish and poppy drum biting. Off the pier there was puppy drum, bluefish and sea-mullet caught. In Buxton there was puppy drum and sea-mullet biting. Here in Frisco we had some blow toads, and sea-mullet caught.
FYI~~ North Carolina will remain open for flounder fishing this fall. Division of Marine Fisheries Flounder News Release
In shore today the speckled trout were biting in the morning. The red drum bite was great as well. Capt Aaron Aaron of Tightline Charters caught and released more than 45 today. Below is a picture from the party today with 2 nice drum they released.
No offshore report for today.
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