Outer Banks Fishing Report 10/13/08-Hatteras Island

With a couple rainy days here and there, anglers stayed a little damp, in and out of the water, but at least the fishing made a couple drizzly days worthwhile. Early in the week, there were lots of blues and sea mullet to go around, as well as a few big drum catches.
Later in the week, a northeast wind made the ocean a little rough for Northern Hatteras Island, but good news is on the horizon. We have a week of gorgeous weather coming up, with light winds and temperatures expected up to 80 degrees. This will definitely be a great week to play hooky from work, and take a fishing trip to Hatteras Island.
Here’s what local anglers have been catching this past week

Rodanthe, Waves & Salvo: Mullet; Spot; Blues
Avon: Blues, mullet, Gray Trout
Cape Point: Drum, Lots of blues, Pups, Spot, toads, pompano, mullet, flounder
Hatteras: Blues

From the Piers:
Rodanthe Pier: Blues, mullet, spot
Avon Pier: Spot, Mullet, Toads, Big drum including (1) 45″ drum, sheepshead, Few Spanish
Cape Hatteras Pier in Frisco: Mullet, pups, blues, spot, trout, (1) king 25lb

Offshore: Early in the week, the Gulf Stream was calm and nice with reports of dolphin, kings, great blackfins, and yellowfins.

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