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

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Lots of Tuna Salad there!

40lb Dolph

40lb Dolphin

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Saturday, October 10, 2015

Inshore fishing was good this morning producing keeper Red Drum. Anglers caught limits of keeper Drum this afternoon.

It was a good day to fish offshore despite cloudy conditions. Dolphin fishing was really good today. The Wahoo bite was good as well. Scattered Blackfin Tuna helped to fill the fish box.

Interested in fishing offshore but don't have enough people to fill a boat? Sign up for a Make-up Charter. The weather is supposed to be beautiful this week - time to get out to the Gulf Stream for a fun day of fishing!

Citations:

William Thomas of Purcellville, VA: 43lb. Wahoo on Release.

Kim Hamlin of Raleigh, NC: White Marlin release on Chaser.

Friday, October 09, 2015

Inshore anglers caught lots of Speckled Trout this morning, but only a few were keepers. Red Drum fishing continues to be good with keepers and releases.

Offshore, two Sailfish were released. Dolphin fishing was good. Wahoo, Blackfin Tuna, and Yellowfin Tuna were scattered today. It is so good to see sunshine coupled with happy, tired anglers after the torrential rains we have received. A good day of fishing makes everyone happy campers!

Citations:

Bruce Cornell of Sandston, VA: Sailfish release on Release.

Robert Cresswell of Bean, DE: Sailfish release on Good Times.

Thursday, October 08, 2015

Red Drum fishing continues to be the hot topic while angling inshore. Today brought some "Keeper" Drum as well as "big" Drum releases.

Finally the day we've awaited for days, or has it been weeks? Boats fished offshore!!! Picture this - A beautiful day, Carolina blue skies, a breeze from the north 5-10 mph, a boat full of eager anglers, and the Gulf Stream. Now what paints a pretty picture along with all that - limits of Dolphin, scattered Wahoo, and scattered Blackfin Tuna. Smiling, sunburned faces told the whole story. What makes people happy? FISHING!

Don't feel left out, call 800-676-4939 to book an inshore or offshore trip.

Citations:

Eric Brown of Claremont, NC: 48" Red Drum release on Sound Bound.

Sunday, October 04, 2015

Needless to say the weather once again kept all offshore charters home. Hopefully it will clear in the next couple days and we can get back out!

Before the wind picked up one inshore boat faced the on and off rain to catch some nice keeper Red Drum!

Don't let the weather stop you from booking! We fish all year! 800-676-4939

Saturday, October 03, 2015

It looks like Hurricane Joaquin is going to stay out to sea while passing the Outer Banks. Currently the sun is shining and some of the standing water from days of rain is starting to dry up. We will see more flooding and ocean overwash from the storm just as most of the East Coast is going to experience in the next few days. Keep safe out there!

Hopefully fishing will resume soon. Stay high and dry!

Thursday, October 01, 2015

Want to know what to do on a rainy afternoon with a group of youngsters? Take them on an inshore trip to the Pamlico Sound. Today's group enjoyed a afternoon of clamming, gathering Sand Dollars and catching Spot. Those activities should have brought a little happiness and sunshine to a rather dreary day.

Offshore captains and mates spent the day preparing for the upcoming storm. Torrential rains are supposed to come even before the actual hurricane moves up the coast and we are already saturated from the last noreaster that dumped up to 18" of rain in a matter of a week. It has been a great season of fishing so we really can't complain about such a matter of weather.

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

It was "slow fishing" inshore today. Some "keeper" Red Drum were caught. A couple of lizardfish were caught and a bluefish was brought in as well. Some Speckled Trout and Gray Trout were caught in the afternoon.

Offshore boats made it out today for the first time since 9/20 due to all the weather we've been through. Dolphin fishing was excellent with both gaffers and bailers filling the fish box. Some Wahoo helped to fill the box and a few Blackfin Tuna were caught. Let's hope that the hurricane passes by the Carolinas and allows for us to continue to fish the Gulfstream waters. 

Citations:

Andre Richards of Chester, VA: 41lb. Wahoo on Good Times.

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Again all the big boats stayed at the dock today. The inshore boats continue to catch Drum back in the sound.

Monday, September 28, 2015

No boats fished offshore today. The inshore boats fished in the sound and had good catches of keeper Red Drum.

Sunday, September 27, 2015

Strong wind and rain again this morning, and again all boats stayed at the docks.  Expecting much of the same for tomorrow, hoping for a good day of fishing on Tuesday! 

Till then, stop by our Harbor Deli for lunch!

 

 

 

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