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
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.Short Stays Make Hatteras Island Vacations Flexible Cape Hatteras Named Best Beach 8 Reasons to Love Fall on Hatteras Island