Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.
What a difference a day makes. Boy was it a bit cooler today and overcast, the wind didn’t help either. We had a high of 61F and north-north-east winds from 9-15 mph with higher gusts.
The winds did not stop the fish from biting. Despite the rough surf up on the northern beaches, there were citation size sea mullet caught and puppy drum. Avon Pier had puppy drum and several big drum. Buxton had some puppy drum and sea mullet. With the seas being a little calmer on the south beaches, there were a little more variety of fish caught. In Frisco there were some pompano, flounder puppy drum, sea mullet and bluefish.
The winds kept the boats at the docks today.
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