Hatteras Harbor Marina Outer Banks Atlantic Ocean

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


Red Drum

Lots of Tuna Salad there!

40lb Dolph

40lb Dolphin

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Thursday, August 30, 2018

Summer came back today with extremely hot temperatures along with pretty calm conditions. Inshore parties caught lots of Bluefish this morning along with over the slot Red Drum. They got on some keeper Drum this afternoon. Several parties ventured offshore and brought back a couple Wahoo, a few Dolphin, and a few Blackfin Tuna. Bottom fishing was good with Triggerfish and Black Sea Bass. We offer inshore, near shore, and offshore fishing trips. We also offer Make up charters for offshore trips. Give us a call at 800-676-4939 to book the fishing venture of your choice.


Kyle Sloan of Chesterfield, VA; 48" Red Drum release on Tradition.

Carter Sloan of Chesterfield, VA: 48" Red Drum release on Tradition.

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Another beautiful day on Hatteras Island. Temperatures in the 90's, little wind, and good fishing made anglers quite happy today! Inshore anglers fished the Pamlico Sound and returned with good catches of Bluefish and Spanish Mackerel. There was good Red Drum action this afternoon. It was a great day to be in the water and several groups enjoyed clamming. Sounds like a wonderful meal on the grill tonight! It was a beautiful day offshore. Fishing improved with good catches of Wahoo,  along with some Blackfin Tuna.Dolphin fishing was fair. Bottom fishing produced Triggerfish, Vermillion Snapper, Grouper, and Tilefish. One Blue Marlin was released. 

We need three people for a Make up charter for Thursday or Friday. Call 800-676-4939 if interested.


Charidy Anders of Frisco, NC: Blue Marlin release on Sea Creature.

Dennis Robinson of Hatteras, NC: 11 lb. Gray Tilefish on Sea Creature.

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Great weather Offshore with fair catches of Wahoo and Dolphin. Reliance caught a Sailfish. Inshore boats found good Bluefish, Spanish Mackerel and keeper size Red Drum. Nearshore boats were catching King Mackerel, Albacore and Triggerfish.

Monday, August 27, 2018

Great weather continues with both Inshore and Offshore Captains loving it. Offshore today Dolphin really picked up for some boats as well as a good Wahoo bite. There were a few Blackfin Tuna as well and good bottom fishing with Triggerfish and Grouper. A good size Cobia was brought in as well as an unusual catch of a Moray Eel. Inshore boats were catching Spanish Mackerel, Bluefish and Albacore.

Predator: Nikki Sturgill of Whiteford, MD caught a 50lb Wahoo. Joshua Sturgill of Whiteford, MD caught a 25lb Grouper.

Hatteras Fever: Michael Greene of Waynesville, NC caught a 45lb Wahoo.

Sunday, August 26, 2018

Beautiful sunshine day with calm seas both inshore and offshore. Offshore boats were finding the troll bite on the slower side with Wahoo, Blackfin and Yellowfin Tuna with a few Dolphin mixed in. The bottom bite was better with catches of Triggerfish, Sea Bass and Grouper. Inshore and Nearshore boats found Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish.

Saturday, August 25, 2018

The wind has come from the NE the past few days and it's made a difference with temperatures as well as fishing! Flounder have moved into Pamlico Sound and kept anglers busy this morning. Some groups went clamming and returned with limits. Offshore boats returned with good catches of Blackfin Tuna, a few Dolphin, and fair catches of Wahoo. Bottom fishing was good with nice catches of Tilefish. It was a beautiful day to be out on the water. Give us a call at 800-676-4939 to book your fishing charter - with schools back in session things have quieted down and it's a great time to visit Hatteras Island! 


Robert Richmond of Murrells Point, SC: 11 lb. Gray tilefish on Good Times.

Doug Richmond of Woodbridge, VA: 11 lb. Gray Tilefish on Good Times.

Ryan Roller of Clover, VA: 40 lb. Wahoo on Big Eye.

Kerri Barnett of Frisco, NC: 38 lb. Grouper on Predator.

Davy Gene Stephens of Garner, NC: 65 lb. Wahoo on Sundown.

Friday, August 24, 2018

Slow fishing Offshore today with several boats out fishing. Hatteras Blue released a White Marlin. There were decent Wahoo catches, a few Blackfin Tuna and Dolphin. Triggerfish and Amberjack were in good supply.

Thursday, August 23, 2018

Offshore boats out today had excellent catches of Wahoo followed by Blackfin Tuna. Lighter on the dock were some Dolphin and Triggerfish. Inshore boats were seeing some giant Red Drum in the sound, check out those citations! Nearshore boats just fishing off the beach were finding Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish.



Tradition: Troy Mayclim of Rye, NY released a 47" Red Drum. Nash Mayclim of Rye, NY released a 43" Red Drum. Cole Mayclim of Rye, NY released a 46" Red Drum.

Adventure: Bob Etter of Elizabethtown, PA released a 47" Red Drum.

Fingeance: Zachary Nelsen of Doylestown, PA released a 50" Red Drum.

Good Times: Joseph Gallaher of Risingsun, MD caught a 40lb Wahoo.

Tuna Duck: Jelinski of Mt. Laurel, NJ released a 52" Barracuda and caught a 41lb Wahoo.

Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Winds blew from the SW again today making it impossible for our offshore fleet to get out. Inshore anglers kept busy catching keeper Red Drum and Bluefish. The wind is supposed to shift to the NE and that should allow our offshore fleet to get back on the fish. Check back tomorrow for the latest results.

Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Offshore boats headed out to the gulf stream today hoping to fill their parties coolers and they didn't disappoint. Really good catches of Blackfin Tuna along with Wahoo and a few Dolphin mixed in. Topping off the cooler with a limit of Trigger fish made one boat happy.

Inshore headed out into the Pamilco Sound in search of Drum, they were successful as well.

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