Hatteras Harbor Marina Outer Banks Atlantic Ocean

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40lb Dolphin

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Monday, October 31, 2016

A few King Mackerel were caught offshore today. Inshore boats reported keeper Red Drum and Flounder. Weather turned cool this afternoon it is starting to feel like fall. Come check out our women's clothing 50% off sale!

Sunday, October 30, 2016

Another sunshine filled day! Temp stayed around 75 with a favorable SW breeze. However, the breeze was too much for the inshore boats, no one fished the Sound. 

Two offshore charters fished the Gulfstream. Not as bountiful as yesterday. Boats returned with some King Mackerel and a few Dolphin. Anglers that stopped to bottom fish caught a few Triggerfish.

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Saturday, October 29, 2016

A gorgeous day on Hatteras Island today! Temps stayed in the upper 60's with nothing but blue skys and sunshine! Sound fishing was moderate again today. Inshore anglers were pleased with a few Gray and Speckled Trout this morning. Afternoon trips caught Red and Black Drum.

Offshore the North wind blowing 5kts kept fisherman and woman cool as they indulged in catching limits of King Mackerel. One charter returned early due to lack of room in the fish box! Limits of Trophy Blackfin Tuna were also the catch of the day!  Few Wahoo and Dolphin were also on the dock and 1 Sailfish was released.

Today's Citations:

Good Times: Dave Straup of Eagleville, PA - 52lb King Mackerel

Nicholas Dalasio of King of Prissia, PA - 30lb Blackfin Tuna

Eric Straup of Philladelpha, PA - 33lb Blackfin Tuna

Matt Sloane of Potterstown, PA - 30lb Blackfin Tuna

Nicholas Dalasio of King of Prussia, PA - 28lb Blackfin Tuna

Release: Robert Flanary of Salem, VA - 25lb Blackfin Tuna

Robert Ricker of Roanoke, VA - 31lb King Mackerel

Steven Webb of Roanoke, VA - 33lb King Mackerel

Randy Coner of Harding, VA - 36lb King Mackerel and 25lb Blackfin Tuna

Joe Childress of Wirtz, VA - 30lb Blackfin Tuna

Tuna Duck: Rajrh Oweis of Alexandria, VA - Sailfish Release

 

 

Friday, October 28, 2016

Inshore anglers reported scattered Speckled Trout catches, a few Flounder, and a few Puppy Drum this morning. A North wind made the Pamlico Sound very choppy this afternoon and no one fished. A couple of boats went offshore today and reported windy and rough conditions, which made for a slow day of fishing. The Blackfin Tuna bite was good with some trophy fish thrown on the dock this afternoon. A few Dolphin and King Mackerel made it into the fish box as well. Nice Fall-like weather will continue, so plan your fishing expedition before cold weather strikes!

Citations:

Bernard Holthaus of Edgewood, MD: 33 lb. Blackfin Tuna on Good Times.

Joe Lloyd of Belair, MD: 30 lb. Blackfin Tuna on Good Times.

Richard Robinson, Jr. of Belair, MD: 25 lb. Blackfin Tuna on Good Times.

Anthony Holthaus of Edgewood, MD: 28 lb. Blackfin Tuna on Good Times.

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Several boats fished inshore this morning and the only thing they had to report was about 25 undersized Speckled Trout which were thrown back. One keeper Red Drum was caught by a lucky angler. A handful of offshore boats ventured out to the Gulf Stream. One boat returned early with a limit of King Mackerel and Blackfin Tuna. The other parties experienced excellent King Mackerel and Blackfin Tuna catches. A few Dolphin and Yellowfin Tuna were reported as well. One lone Wahoo was boated. A South wind made for a beautiful day to be out on the water!

Citations:

Cynthia Moritz of La Plume, PA: 35 lb., 33 lb., 28 lb., 25 lb. Blackfin Tuna, 33 lb. and 30 lb., 33 lb. King Mackerel on Good Times.

George Moritz of La Plume, PA: 35 lb., 33 lb., 30 lb., 28 lb., 25 lb. Blackfin Tuna and 36 lb. King Mackerel on Good Times.

Ginny Kidd of Mt. Pleasant, SC: 26 lb. Blackfin Tuna on Hatteras Blue.

David Terrell of Wake Forest, NC: 30 lb. Blackfin Tuna on Hatteras Blue.

Jacob Kidd of Mt. Pleasant, SC: 29 lb. Blackfin Tuna and 35 lb. King Mackerel on Hatteras Blue.

Walter Haney of Rolesville, NC: 27 lb. Blackfin Tuna on Hatteras Blue.

David Crapper of Dagsboro, DE: 32 lb. Blackfin Tuna on Native Son.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Great day offshore, live bait fishing for King Mackerel was great with lots of citation size Kings, Dolphin fishing was OK and the tuna bite was fair. 

Inshore boats had some keeper Drum, some Blow Toads and a few small Speckled Trout

 

 

Citations

Good Times

Gary Harrell of Powhatan, VA caught a 36lb Blackfin Tuna

Raymond Williamson of Denton, TX caught a 26 and 28lb Blackfin Tuna and 33 and 36lb King Mackerel

Joseph Williamson of Forest, VA caught a 25 and 33lb Blackfin Tuna, 90" shark, and 30lb King Mackerel

Annette Jarrell of Powhatan, VA 58lb Wahoo, 35lb King Mackerel and 25lb Blackfin Tuna

Predator

Dick Schelat of Boiling Springs, SC caught a 39lb King Mackerel

Phillip Lynch of Poughkeepsie, NY caught a 41lb King Mackerel

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

One boat ventured offshore today and reported slow fishing conditions. They caught several Blackfin Tuna and otherwise  enjoyed a beautiful day on the Gulf Stream. The weather for the rest of the week looks promising! Don't miss out on a wonderful fishing opportunity whether inshore, near shore, or offshore. Call us at 252-986-2167 to book your trip!

Monday, October 24, 2016

It's a beautiful Fall day on the island - temps in the 70's and a nice west wind. No boats went offshore today and only one inshore boat fished the Pamlico Sound. It was quite breezy this morning, but the group reported that conditions improved as the morning wore on. They caught Blow Toads, undersized Red Drum, and Sea Mullet. Nothing to keep but fond memories of a good fishing experience and they were happy upon return. Our phone lines are still messed up, but you can reach us by dialing 252-986-2167. Don't miss out on the beauty of Hatteras this Fall season!

Sunday, October 23, 2016

The North West wind continued to blow today, again keepuing all boats at the dock. Lots of good weather ahead, Dolphin, Wahoo, King and Spanish Mackerel! Book today! 252-986-2167!

Saturday, October 22, 2016

What a difference a day makes! The three day cold front is here. Temps stayed in the low 60's, North West wind blowing 20-25kts. Seas up to 8 feet! All boats stayed at the docks. Check back, we'll see what tomorrow brings!

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