Hatteras Harbor Marina Outer Banks Atlantic Ocean

Welcome to the Hatteras Harbor Marina Fishing Report.
Our fishing reports appear just below these photos. Be sure to visit this page daily for current fishing reports and photos. Thank you and good fishing!

Tuna

Tuna and Dolphin

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Red Drum

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Lots of Tuna Salad there!

40lb Dolph

40lb Dolphin

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Friday, November 10, 2017

Another blow day, no boats out! Looks like we are in for a pretty good nor'easter until possibly Sunday. Check back tomorrow.

Thursday, November 09, 2017

We did not have any boats go out today due to the weather. 
Check back tomorrow to see what's going on.

Wednesday, November 08, 2017

Northeast winds produced big seas and brought Coastal Flood Advisories for our area today. Needless to say, no boats fished out of our marina. This front is supposed to bring lots of rain along with windy conditions through tomorrow. We cannot complain however for the weather previous to this was absolutely gorgeous.  

Tuesday, November 07, 2017

People who are not in Hatteras today are missing out! Weather was gorgeous with blue skies for most of the day a mirror calm sound and temps in the 70's. Offshore boats were fishing for King Mackerel and caught a few. Inshore boats were catching Red Drum and Speckled Trout in good numbers.

Monday, November 06, 2017

Only a couple of boats out today Offshore and only one was chartered. Slow fishing today with some assorted bottom fish of Snapper, Triggerfish, Porgies and a Lion Fish. Weather was foggy off and on with light winds and temps in the 70's.

 

Release: Tiffany Taylor of Plymouth, NC caught a 5lb Triggerfish.

Sunday, November 05, 2017

A few boats fished with charters today and a few were commercial King Mackerel fishing. King Mackerel fishing was good with citation weights. Wahoo was fair, Dolphin fishing was scattered and bottom fishing was fair with boats catching Triggerfish and Amberjack. Blackfin Tuna were coming in with citation weights in good numbers. Release released a Sailfish. Inshore boats were catching lots of Speckled Trout and some Red Drum. Weather was perfect fall with a light breeze and blue skies.

 

Citations

Release: Blackfin Tuna: Tyran Harris of Va Beach, VA 28lbs. Jaman Lane of Newport News, VA 30lbs. Paul Evans of Va Beach, VA 27lbs. Robert Tripp of Va Beach, VA 27lbs. King Mackerel: Jaman Lane of Newport News, VA 45lbs. Robert Tripp Jr. of Chesapeake, VA 47lbs and 34lbs. Robert Tripp of Va Beach, VA 39lbs.

Tyran Harris of Va Beach, VA released a Sailfish.

 

Saturday, November 04, 2017

Sometimes a full moon can make all the difference when it comes to a good fish bite. Fishing picked up today both inshore and offshore. Limits of Speckled Trout were brought in all day from the Pamlico sound. Some Drum were caught this afternoon before the wind started blowing. Offshore, two Sailfish were released. Anglers caught limits of King Mackerel while live baiting. Limits of Dolphin were also brought in. The Blackfin Tuna bite was good with "big" fish being the exception. A few Wahoo made it into the fish box. A front is supposed to move in tonight. We'll see about tomorrow.

Citations:

Michael Spearman of Colonial Heights, VA: 38 lb. King mackerel on Sea Creature.

Hannah Spearman of Colonial Heights, VA: 32 lb. King Mackerel on Sea Creature.

Caden Smith of Zionville, NC: 49 lb. King Mackerel on Good Times.

Mike Smith of Zionville, NC: 37 lb. King Mackerel and 28 lb. Blackfin Tuna on Good Times.

Tom Wright of Wake Forest, NC: 27 lb. blackfin Tuna on Release.

Doug Cross of Peachland, NC: Sailfish release on Release.

Jeffrey Stortz of Lake City, FL: 38 lb. King Mackerel and 29 lb. Blackfin Tuna on Release.

Joseph Ashley of Peachland, NC: 35 lb. King Mackerel on Release.

Friday, November 03, 2017

Summer time in November on Hatteras! Drum fishing was good this morning in the Pamlico Sound. This afternoon brought limits of Speckled Trout. A handful of boats live baited for King Mackerel and had a good day. Fishing was  a little better offshore with fair Wahoo catches. A few Blackfin Tuna were caught with one shout out for a Yellowfin Tuna. Bottom fishing was good with Triggerfish brought up from the wrecks. It appears to be a great weekend to get out on the water before the time changes and the days get shorter. Call us at 800-676-4939 and we'll hook you up!

Citations:

Debbie Oakes of Virginia Beach, VA: 49" Red Drum release on Sound Bound.

Kevin Oakes of Virginia Beach, VA: 48" Red Drum release on Sound Bound.

Rom Whitaker, Jr. of Hatteras, NC: 11 lb. Sheepshead on Sound Bound.

Julian Metts of Powhatan, VA: 55 lb. Wahoo on Sea Creature.

Thursday, November 02, 2017

Fishing was scrappy all around today. The King Mackerel bite was fair to good. A few Wahoo and some Triggerfish were caught by the few boats that fished offshore. The weather is going to hold out through the first of next week. Let's hope the fishing picks up.

Citations:

Iris Martin of Rockwell, NC: 32 lb. King Mackerel on Adventure.

Kelly Martin of Rockwell, NC: 55 lb. King Mackerel on Adventure.

Jimmy Ingold of Mt. Holly, NC: 43 lb. King Mackerel on Calypso.

Wednesday, November 01, 2017

Temperatures in the 70's and slick calm water made for a beautiful day! Inshore anglers lucked out and returned with limits of Speckled Trout. They experienced good Drum fishing this afternoon. After getting their limits, they also went clamming and enjoyed a wonderful time playing in the Sound on the first of November. The ghosts and goblins must have headed offshore to scare away the fish after their Halloween frolics. It was an extremely slow day of fishing. As one Captain put it - "there's not enough sugar on the island " for the fish to bite today. Perhaps it will pick up tomorrow. We are looking for several people to fill a Makeup Charter this Friday.

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