Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.
Great fishing weather today. The winds were calm from the North most of the day picking up late in the afternoon. Temperatures were in the upper 70’s. Blue skies throughout the day.
Off the beach today the fishing was good. In Avon there was sea-mullet and puppy drum off the beach. From the Avon pier there was puppy drum, sea-mullet, blow toads, and some larger drum released. In Buxton there was puppy drum caught. Few sea-mullet biting here in Frisco. In Hatteras there was bluefish, sea-mullet, flounder and some puppy drum caught.
FYI~~ North Carolina will remain open for flounder fishing this fall. Division of Marine Fisheries Flounder News Release
Inshore today the fishing was great again today. The red drum and speckled trout were biting great. There was some flounder around as well.
Below is Captain Steve Gwin’s crew off the Hang On today with just a few of the keeper speckled trout they caught today.
Offshore today the fishing was great. Gaffer and bailer sized dolphin help fill the fish boxes. Yellow-fin and black-fin tuna were biting as well. A few billfish were spotted today and a sailfish was released. Near shore there was some king mackerel around.
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