Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.
Cooler temperatures are starting to make an apperence. The temperatures today were in the low 60’s. Winds were from the North-West at 5-10 mph. The sunny skies made up for the cool breeze today.
Still some goood fishing off the beach. There was sea-mullet bluefish and blowtoads scattered all over the beach. There was a handful of speckled trout in buxton as well as a few drum at the point. Here in Frisco and Down in Hatteras there was blufish and black drum biting.
No inshore report for today.
Offshore the fishing was great in the morning slowing down in the afternoon. The king makerel were bitinge as well as some citation sized black-fin tuna.
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