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!

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Tuna and Dolphin

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Red Drum

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40lb Dolphin

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Thursday, July 24, 2014

Inshore boats returned this morning with catches of Red Drum, Speckled Trout, Gary Trout, and Sea Mullet. Stormy weather kept them in this afternoon.

Offshore boats encountered rough seas and stormy conditions today. Those that chose to stay out returned with good catches of Dolphin. Stormy seas usually provide a good Wahoo bite and today was no exception - a couple of large Wahoo were brought in! Yellowfin Tuna have shown back up again and we hope that continues - several good size ones were caught! Don't miss out, book your trip today.

Citations:

Sarah Monk of Williamsburg, VA: 41lb. Wahoo on Hatteras Fever II.

Lee Monk of Williamsburg, VA: Sailfish release on Hatteras Fever II.

Kenny Monk of Albemarle, NC: Blue Marlin release on Hatteras Fever II.

 

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

What a beautiful day to spend time chilling on the water! Whether inshore, offshore, or near shore anglers were catching fish.

Inshore, the Red Drum bite continues to  be good with large schools spotted - what a sight! Some Bluefish were caught.

Near shore, the bite included Barracuda and Triggerfish.

Offshore boats returned with limits of Dolphin (bailers and gaffers) as well as some nice size Wahoo. Several Billfish were released today.

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Citations:

Zachary Brown of Barberton, OH: White Marlin release on Hatteras Blue.

Karen Uchmanowicz of Lakewood, OH: 41lb. Wahoo on Hatteras Fever II.

David Krum of Centie Hall, PA: Sailfish release on Godspeed.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

The day started out rainy and gloomy but cleared to a great day. Anglers were catching excellent Dolphin with Gaffer and Bailer sizes. Wahoo was in fair supply with several nice sized ones coming to the dock. Sailfish were on the prowl today with Godspeed, Lucky Chip and Bite Me all releasing one. Inshore Red Drum continued to bite as well as good clamming.

Citations:

Lucky Chip: Anthony Dollins of Richmond, VA caught a 48lb Wahoo. Josh Peters of Richmond, VA released a Sailfish.

Godspeed: Olivia Matthews of St. Louis, MO released a Sailfish.

Bite Me: Daniel Farner of McDonald, PA released a Sailfish.

Gambler: Steven Wagner of Duck, NC caught a 51lb Wahoo.

Hatteras Blue: Patrick Crovo of Edgewater, MD caught  a 41lb Wahoo.

 

Monday, July 21, 2014

20 Boats motored out of Hatteras Harbor Marina this morning, it was great to see. They had an excellent day of billfishing with good Dolphins a few Wahoo and Blackfin Tuna. Bottom fish were also biting with Sea Bass, Tilefish and Triggers. Big Eye (makeup trip) released a White Marlin. Gambler (makeup trip) released a White Marlin. Godspeed released a Sailfish. Hatteras Fever released a Sailfish. Sea Creature released a White Marlin. Tuna Duck (makeup trip) released a Blue Marlin and 2 Sailfish.

 Inshore there was great Red Drum fishing, Gray Trout, Bluefish and Speckled Trout. Limits of clams were being raked to the boat as well.

Citations

Gambler: Justin Medeiros of Roanoke, VA released a White Marlin.

Sea Creature: Martin Kelly of Chadds Ford, PA released a White Marlin. Michael Kelly of Bala Cynwyd, PA caught a 38lb Dolphin.

Big Eye: James Pompo of Manlius, NY released a Sailfish.

Fingeance: James Gibeaut of Ellicott City, MD caught a 1.09lb Sea Mullet

Godspeed: Carter Villa of Goode, VA released a Sailfish.

Tuna Duck: Benjamin Evans of Philadelphia, PA released a Sailfish. Chris Burr of Pittsburgh, PA released a Sailfish and a Blue Marlin.

Hatteras Fever: Kyle Bregman of Stafford, VA released a Sailfish. Ronald Laws of Salisbury, MD caught a 45lb Wahoo.

 

 

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Offshore boats enjoyed calm seas and good fishing! They returned with good catches of Dolphin (some limits) and some Wahoo.

Inshore anglers had a calm day on the Sound as well. Red Drum catches were excellent and a 25lb Cobia was caught on an 8lb test spinning rod!

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Saturday, July 19, 2014

Several inshore boats fished the Pamlico Sound this morning. They spotted schools of Red Drum and experienced a good bite. A couple of Bluefish were caught too.

Offshore boats went out into rain showers this morning. Some turned back early due to rough seas, but even so they came in with good catches of Dolphin, several Wahoo, and some bottom fish. Sailfish and White Marlin were released today.

Citations:

Matt Brookshire of Fort Mill, SC: White Marlin release on Bite Me.

Dennis Vineyard of Canton, GA: Sailfish release on Sea Creature.

Tyler Noe of Virginia Beach, VA: Sailfish release on Sea Creature.

 

Friday, July 18, 2014

NE winds blowing 15 to 20kts, with an occasional gust to 25kts made for a choppy day offshore. Boats returned with mixed boxes of Dolphin, Wahoo, Amberjack, Albacore and a King Mackerel. Boats that bottom fished caught Sea Bass and Tilefish. One Blue Marlin was released off the Sea Creature.

One boat fished nearshore and caught some Bluefish and few Spanish Mackerel.

Inshore anglers continue to catch Red Drum!

Today's Citations:

Good Times: Corbin Nathan of Broadlands, VA - 46lb 50in Dolphin

Sea Creature: Noey Vineyard Jr. of Blue Ridge, GA - Blue Marlin Release

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Thursday, July 17, 2014

ALL OF THE BOATS WERE FISHING TODAY! . After all the nasty weather it was nice to see empty docks this morning as the fleet motored out to the Blue Water. The weather was nice and cool with a hot billfish bite. Good Dolphin fishing with some boats catching their limits. Wahoo were also good with some limits. A few Blackfin Tuna were also in the mix. Good Times released a Blue Marlin. Hatteras Fever released a Sailfish. Native Son released a Blue Marlin and Patriot with our makeup trip today released a Sailfish.

Nearshore they were catching good Bluefish and a few Spanish Mackerel. Inshore Red Drum was the catch of the day.

Good Times: Bradley Jernigan of Courtland, VA released a Blue Marlin.

Bite Me: Joe Claridge of Mt Ulla, NC caught 54lb Wahoo.

Hatteras Fever: Kathryn Clark of Street, MD released a Sailfish.

Native Son: Josh Burch of Jacksonville, FL released a Blue Marlin.

Patriot: Cathy Northcutt of West Columbia, SC - released a Sailfish

 

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

No boats fished offshore today due to heavy rains and southwest winds. The fleet should return to the Gulf Stream tomorrow.

One boat fished inshore and caught a limit of Red Drum.

Summer is in full swing and besides fishing trips we have a Ship's Store that offers brands such as Costa Del Mar, Guy Harvey, and Salt Life. Harbor Deli is open Monday-Saturday from 5a.m.-4p.m. and is an excellent choice for fried chicken, deli sandwiches, and shrimp burgers. Come and enjoy breakfast or lunch and sit on the porch overlooking the harbor.

 

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Weather was not fit for offshore today with the few boats that ventured out returning. Inshore boats were able to fish and they were catching nice keeper drum as well as releasing larger sizes. Speckled Trout had a good bite as well.

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