Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.
We had clear skies today with a temperature around 72. A low moved in and cooled us down with some north-north-east winds. The winds were anywhere from 8-16 mph today.
These cooler temperatures hopefully will stir the fish up! Avon is reporting some sea mullet and bluefish today. Buxton had several puppy drum. Last night at the Point there were a lot of yearling size drum. Pictured below is Hailey Buttner-Oneal with her catch from last night. Frisco had a few sea mullet today. Hatteras had puppy drum, blow toads and bluefish.
The inshore boats had catches of keeper red drum and flounder.
The offshore boats had catches of king mackerel.
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The Super Plunger can be used in any position, but is most often run on the short flat line. The Black Bart Super Plunger has been modified to even excel when trolled from the rigger positions. Its aggressive behavior makes it an excellent teaser; Marlin Magazine named my Super Plunger in the top 10 lures of all time. My tackle box always has a few in it. Truly a classic lure & yes, I guarantee it. Rig it with 11/0 to 12/0 hook set and hold on!
Specifications: Hard Head
Skirted Weight: 18 oz / 510 grams
Head Length: 3.7″ / 94mm
Head Diameter: 1.9″ / 48mm
Skirted Length: 17.5” / 445mm
Leader: 500 – 900 lbs.
Replacement Skirt Size: S7
Recommended Hook 11/0 or 12/0
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