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

Rich

Red Drum

mix
Lots of Tuna Salad there!

40lb Dolph

40lb Dolphin

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Friday, March 10, 2017

One inshore boat fished in the Pamlico Sound this morning and reported a few Puppy Drum and several small Flounder (not keepers). Strong southwest winds kept offshore boats at the dock today. The wind just turned sharply to the north bringing in much colder air. May have some snow showers late Saturday and into Sunday.

Thursday, March 09, 2017

The weather was beautiful in Hatteras today. One inshore boat took a charter fishing near shore. They reported a nice catch of Black Sea Bass, Bluefish, and Albacore. Two charters fished offshore and reported breezy conditions with a beautiful return this afternoon. They reported some Blackfin Tuna and good catches of bottom fish, including Triggerfish and Black Sea Bass. They also reported a phenomenal Albacore bite. It is good to see our fleet getting out on the water!

Today's Citations:

Good Times:

John Matarazzo of Old Lyme, CT - 5.5lb Triggerfish

Randall Clark of Quarryville, PA - 5lb Triggerfish

Fred Lefever of Straghuig, PA - 6lb Triggerfish

Cole Prevost of Old Saybrook, CT - 4.5lb Black Sea Bass

 

Sunday, March 05, 2017

The North wind god continues to blow on Hatteras Island, 15 - 20kts with gust up to 25. Better weather ahead, stay connected!

 

Friday, March 03, 2017

We have not had any charters in the last few days. It's blowing pretty strong from the northwest this afternoon and it looks like it will continue for the next couple of days. Check back to see what happens! In the meantime, sit back and watch the web cam.

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

The end of February saw a beautiful day with light winds at 9kts. Several boats are at the boat yard getting there last finishings before the season really gears up. Our new webcam is up and running and it looks great! You can see the catches coming in from home, but we would rather you were out catching them yourself so give us a call to book! 1-800-676-4939

Monday, February 27, 2017

Just one boat fished offshore today, they caught a lot of Albacore and a good number of Blackfin Tuna. Looks like we are going to have some nice weather this week now we just need people to go fishing. Call us today to book your trip. 1-800-676-4939

Sunday, February 26, 2017

The Atlantic bluefin tuna is a species of tuna in the family Scombridae. It is known as the northern bluefin tuna . Atlantic bluefin tuna may exceed 990 lb in weight, and rival the black marlinblue marlin and swordfish as the largest Perciformes. They have been highly prized as a food fish. Besides their commercial value as food, the great size, speed, and power they display  has attracted the admiration of fishermen, writers, and scientists. Most bluefin are captured commercially by professional fishermen using longlines, assorted hook-and-line gear, heavy rods and reels, and harpoons. Recreationally, bluefin has been one of the most important big-game species sought by sports fishermen since the 1930s, in the United States.

Book your TUNA adventure today! 800-676-4939

 

 

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Several offshore boats ventured out this morning through an extremely rough inlet. It was worth the trip as they returned with Blackfin Tuna and some bottom fish, including Silver Snapper, Black Sea Bass, and Amberjack. A couple of the fleet headed north and were returning through Oregon Inlet - not quite sure of what they caught - will report tomorrow. One commercial boat returned with some nice Yellowfin Tuna. The weather was absolutely beautiful for February again today and should continue through the upcoming week. Enjoy!

Citations:

Kris Aaron of Aberdeen, NC: 4 lb. Porgy (Silver Snapper) on Good Times.

Jonathan Ashburn of Aberdeen, NC: 6 lb. Porgy (Silver Snapper) on Good Times.

Richard Marsh of Cameron, NC: 5 lb. Black Sea Bass on Good Times.

Friday, February 24, 2017

Beautiful day on Hatteras Island today! Full day of sunshine, temps stayed in the low 70's and a nice East wind. No boats had charters booked for today! Great weather and good availability! Call 800-676-4939 tor charter info!

 

Thursday, February 23, 2017

We had one charter to venture offshore today and they returned with a nice catch of Blackfin Tuna. It's supposed to be great weather for the weekend and we have several charters on the books. Get out to the Gulf Stream and catch tuna!

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