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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Lots of Tuna Salad there!

40lb Dolph

40lb Dolphin

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Sunday, August 02, 2015

With a South wind blowing 10 to 15kts, offshore charter boats set out for another wonderful day on the Gulfstream! They returned with nice catches of Dolphin. There were a few Blackfin Tuna caught while the Wahoo bite was scattered.

Inshore anglers reported seeing 5 or 6 giant school of Red Drum and excellent catches! 

The weather is great, fishing is good and we have excellent availability for Offshore, Near Shore and Inshore Charters! Make up list is started too! Call 800-676-4939 for information, we want to hook you up!

Saturday, August 01, 2015

It is hard to believe that July has come and gone. Schools will soon back in session, so now is the time to take the family on a fishing adventure. Don't let the summer pass without an inshore, near shore, or offshore trip!!

The large schools of Red Drum remain in the Pamlico Sound for now and continue to make inshore anglers "happy campers". Bluefish were biting today as well.

Offshore, boats went out this morning despite stormy conditions. They reported fair catches of Dolphin and Wahoo. The Blackfin Tuna bite was good today. Some boats bottom fished and returned with Triggerfish.

We need people for a Make-up Charter the beginning of next week.

Citation:

Maggy Linka of Greensboro, NC: 41 lb. Wahoo on Release.

Friday, July 31, 2015

Inshore fishing today produced good catches of Gray Trout, Ribbon Fish, and  Red Drum. Clams are abundant in the Pamlico Sound now and are just waiting to be plucked from the sand and taken to the steamer! This is a great family fun adventure - from sound to table in one day.

Several boats fished near shore and returned with good catches of Spanish Mackerel and King Mackerel.

Offshore anglers returned with fair catches of Dolphin (bailers and gaffers). Wahoo fishing continues to be good. Blackfin Tuna was scattered today. Bottom fish included Vermillion Snapper, Silver Snapper, Triggerfish, and Glasseye Snapper.

Stop by the Marina between 4-5 p.m. and watch the daily catch come in. It's educational for young and old alike!

Citations:

Cory Merritts of Mechanicsburg, PA: 41 lb. Wahoo on Hatteras Blue.

Jeffery Triplett of Morgantown, WV: 60 lb. Wahoo on Hatteras Fever II.

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Some anglers who fished inshore today caught limits of Puppy Drum. Spot fishing and Gray Trout fishing were good. Anglers who fished near shore experienced good Spanish Mackerel fishing, although it got windy and rough.

Almost all of our offshore fleet fished and they managed to scrap out catches of scattered Dolphin, Wahoo, Yellowfin Tuna, and Blackfin Tuna. Even though the fishing wasn't that great, anglers returned with some fish, lots of smiles, and wonderful memories of a day on the Gulf Stream.

Citations:

Anthony Meador of Brookeville, MD: 6 lb. Spanish Mackerel on Good Times.

James Laclair of Denton, MD: Sailfish release on Godspeed.

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

There were a few good catches of bailer Dolphin with a few Wahoo. Bottoming fishing was pretty good with boats returning with B-liner, Trigger fish and Amberjack. There were 2 Sailfish released today in the Hatteras Fleet.

Inshore boats had a good day Drum fishing with few keepers and a lot of ones that were too big to keep. Gray and Speckled Trout were also caught and clamming continues to be GOOD!

Citations

Colton Curtis from Topping, VA released a 47" Drum on Adventure

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Fishing for most people today would be called scrappy with Dolphin, Wahoo, Barracuda and Amberjack in the mix. Big Eye released a Sailfish. Nearshore Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish were a fair catch. Inshore boats did really well with Red Drum in the morning finding several large schools. 

 Citations

Big Eye: Brian Sanders of Simpsonville, SC released a Sailfish.

Calypso: Chuck Kriss of Burnsville, MN. Michael Brandt of Tempe, AZ and Donovan Kriss of Vaidnes Heights, MN all released a Barracudas.

Hook Up: Lloyd Evans of Earlysville, VA released a Red Drum. 

Adventure: Nash Pagoota and Reid Pagoota of Annapolis, MD each released a Red Drum.

Sound Bound: Aidan Hewett of Lutherville, MD released a Red Drum.

Rich Baran Guide: Ben Buckman of Mountariy, VS released a Red Drum.

Monday, July 27, 2015

Offshore fair catches of Dolphin and good Wahoo, a few Amberjack were caught as well. Inshore good Red Drum and Nearshore excellent Spanish Mackerel

Citations

Reliance: Patrick Towner of Randolph, NJ released a Red Drum. Elijah Lee of Randolph, NJ released a Red Drum.

Good Times: Twila Waugerman of York Haven, PA caught a 45lb Wahoo.

Sunday, July 26, 2015

Beautiful weather offshore today! Dolphin, Wahoo and Yellowfin Tuna catches were scattered. Boats that bottom fished caught B-Liners, Triggerfish Red Grouper and a Yellow Eye Snapper!

Inshore anglers report catches of a bunch of Spanish Mackerel and a 49" Red Drum Release!

Today's Citations:

Jack Rever (7 years old) of Frisco, NC - 49" Red Drum Release on the Adventure

G.W. "Bill" Nelligar of Virginia Beach, VA - 27lb 34in Red Grouper on the Release

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Saturday, July 25, 2015

Plenty of sunshine and low humidity made for a beautiful day to be on the water fishing!

Inshore boats fished in the Pamlico Sound this morning and caught Sea Mullet, Spot, Spanish Mackerel, and Bluefish.

Offshore anglers experienced good Dolphin fishing. There were scattered catches of Wahoo and Yellowfin Tuna. A few Blackfin Tuna made it into the fish box today.

We offer inshore, near shore, and offshore fishing adventures. We also offer Make-up Charters. Give us a call at 800-676-4939!

Friday, July 24, 2015

Torrential rain did not dampen hearty fishing spirits this morning. Offshore, the wind blew gusts up to 30kts., which created very rough seas. Most charters returned to the dock before 10 a.m. One charter fished near shore and caught Spanish Mackerel.

This morning inshore boats experienced good Red Drum fishing, with a few excellent keeper Drum in the Pamlico Sound. They also caught Bluefish. Some boats ventured near shore and caught a few Spanish Mackerel with scattered King Mackerel. This afternoon brought Drum, Drum, and more Drum!

Fishing is a great family activity, so don't let the summer slip by without a family fun fishing adventure!!

Citations:

Vesapekka Ahola of Helsinki, Finland: 45" Red Drum release on Adventure.

Patrik Ahola of Helsinki, Finland: 47" and 45" Red Drum releases on Adventure.

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