Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.
It was a beautiful, sunny day on Hatteras Island. We had temperatures in the upper 70’s. The winds were out of the west before lunch, switched to the west-south-west after lunch, blowing around 10 mph.
The fishing is on the slow side for this time of year. This storm really messed things up, not to mention the near 80 degree temperatures don’t help. Some cooler weather would really help. Avon had some catches of bluefish Buxton is reporting some bluefish and red drum. There were some caught last night at the Point and around 4 this morning. Will let you know tomorrow if there were any tonight. Frisco had reports of a few blow toads and sea mullet. Hatteras had a few puppy drum and sea mullet.
The inshore boats stayed at the dock today. It was just a little too breezy for them.
The offshore boats had a few king mackerel, dolphin and triggerfish.
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