Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.
Beautiful weather today. Temperatures were in the lower 70’s. Winds were slowly increasing slightly throughout the day from the South-East in the morning turning South-West late in the afternoon.
Better fishing from the beach today. In Avon there was bluefish, blow-toads and some puppy drum off the beach. From the pier there was black-drum, puppy drum, sea-mullet, and blow-toads. In Buxton there was puppy drum and bluefish caught. Here in Frisco we had blow-toads, bluefish, and puppy drum caught. IN Hatteras there was bluefish and puppy drum biting.
Inshore was slow today. There was small speckled trout caught and a handful off puppy drum biting.
Offshore today there was some great fishing. King mackerel and black-fin tuna were biting great with some boats getting limits. Dolphin and yellow-fin tuna were biting today as well. There was some stray wahoo caught also today.
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