Hatteras Harbor Marina Outer Banks Atlantic Ocean

Welcome to the Hatteras Harbor Marina Fishing Report.
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Tuna and Dolphin

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Red Drum

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40lb Dolphin

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Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Inshore boats made it out today, they had keeper Drum, BIG Drum releases and lots of Sea Mullet.

Citation:

Mark Isler of Davidson, NC: 56 lb. Cobia on Sound Bound.

Holly Kerr of White Ik, MI: 47" Red Drum release on Fingeance.

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Only one big boat ventured along the beach this morning in search of some Spanish Mackerel, and they found some. The smaller boats fished back in the sound and caught keeper Drum, Gray Trout, Sea Mullet and Spot. Also one of the inshore boats did some clamming and found a lot.

Monday, June 20, 2016

Several boats out fishing today with lots of billfish being seen and some released. Dolphin were in fair supply with a mix of gaffers and bailers, a few Blackfin Tuna and Grouper were also caught.  Inshore boats were catching large Red Drum, Spanish Mackerel and a couple of Cobia.

Citations:

Release: Ace Laserna of Spotsylvania, VA caught a 22lb Grouper.

Lucky Chip: William Olichney of Lynchburg, VA released a Sailfish. 

Predator: Robert Barksdale of Roanoke, VA caught a 46lb Dolphin. 

Big Eye: Raeford Bart of Highpoint, NC released a Sailfish.

Hook Up: Teresa Hayes of Daleville, VA released a Red Drum. Devin Middleton of Blue Ridge, VA caught a 60lb Cobia.

Sunday, June 19, 2016

The wind this morning was blowing  North at 20-25kts, creating offshore swells leaving all boats at the dock.

The Sound was fishable for the inshore anglers. They returned with Speckled Trout, Red Drum and Cobia. One boat stopped to clam and harvested about 200!

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Saturday, June 18, 2016

NE winds and high seas kept all boats on shore today. The wind is supposed to calm down gradually over the next couple of days and fishing trips will pick up. In the meantime, stop by and do some shopping at our Ship's Store! We look forward to seeing you.

Friday, June 17, 2016

Inshore anglers had a great time in the Pamlico Sound catching Gray Trout, Red Drum, Bluefish, Spanish Mackerel, and Speckled Trout. Not only was the fishing good, the weather was beautiful with light northerly winds and abundant sunshine!

Near shore fishing produced excellent Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish.

Offshore, anglers caught some Dolphin, a few Wahoo, and some Blackfin Tuna. Anglers who bottom fished caught Vermillion Snapper, Triggerfish, and Amberjack. One White Marlin was released.

Citations:

Darrell Oakes of Blairs, VA: 36 lb. Dolphin on Predator.

Curtis Hickman of Morehead City, NC: White Marlin release on Sea Creature.

Kyle Leggett of Williamston, NC: 5 lb. Speckled Trout on Tradition.

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Morning anglers fishing inshore caught Gray Trout, Speckled Trout, and Bluefish. Anglers caught the afternoon, including Spot, and Sea Mullet.

It was rough again offshore today although fishing was a little bit better than yesterday. Dolphin fishing was fair and some Blackfin Tuna were reported. Grouper were caught above the wrecks. A Sailfish was released.

Citations:

Dan Hoffman of Cadiz, OH: 23 lb. Yellowedge Grouper on Good Times.

Tom Poland of Cadiz, OH: 55 lb. Snowy Grouper on Good Times.

 

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Inshore fishing was good this afternoon with a limit of Gray Trout and some Spot. Clamming was real good and the Sand Dollars were "chewing like mad dogs". Inshore trips run in the morning and again in the afternoon. It is a great way to spend family time together!

Offshore, meat fishing was slow today, with efforts being plagued by thunderstorms and rain squalls. A few Dolphin and Blackfin Tuna were caught. Two White Marlin and four Sailfish were released.

Citations:

Dalton Parrish of Chesapeake, VA: Sailfish release on Sundown.

Rachel Powell of Richmond, VA: White Marlin release on Gambler.

Jim Phillips of Efland, NC: Sailfish release on Big Eye.

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Lots of boats fishing today in decent conditions. Bright blue sky warm temps and a breeze. Boats were catching good Mahi, fair Blackfin Tuna and Wahoo but the billfish bite was really on with lots being seen and more being released. 

Inshore boats returned with Spanish Mackerel, Gray Trout, Bluefish and Red Drum.

Citations

Good Times: James Schuerle of Washington, PA caught a 42lb Dolphin.

Tuna Duck: Rebecca Moyer of Reinholds, PA released a Sailfish. 

Gambler: Gavin Hamilton of Avon, IN released a White Marlin and a Sailfish. Matt Hamilton of Avon, IN released a Sailfish.

FrogPile: James Driskill of Raleigh, NC caught a 39lb Dolphin.

Tradition: Taylor Wilson of Windsor, NC released  47", 42" and 40" Red Drum.

 Predator: Richard McMlure of Mifflintown, PA released a Sailfish.

Hatteras Blue: Chase Hill of Pomfret, MD released a Sailfish.

Monday, June 13, 2016

Only 1 boat offshore charter fishing today they caught Blackfin Tuna and some good bottom fishing. A few more boats were offshore fishing the Big Rock Tournament. Lots of fish released and a few boated on day one. Inshore boats were catching Drum and Trout in good numbers.

Sea Creature: Jonathan Weeks of Raleigh, NC released a Sailfish in the Big Rock Tournament.

Tradition: Cameron Whitaker of Hatteras, NC released several Red Drum "fun fishing".

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