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

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Red Drum

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Lots of Tuna Salad there!

40lb Dolph

40lb Dolphin

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Friday, September 26, 2014

The offshore fleet braved 5 to 7 foot waves hoping for a bite like yesterday! The fish must have took cover, few Dolphin catches made it to the dock along with some scattered Wahoo. One Blue Marlin and 6 Sailfish were released.

One boat fished the ocean near shore and returned with a nice catch of Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish.

Inshore boats took a bumpy ride that paid off for some nice Red Drum.

Today's Citations:

Godspeed: David Hughes of Beaufort, SC - Sailfish release

Reginald Coleman of Charlotte, NC - Sailfish release

Hatteras Fever II: Shari Fischoff of Germantown, MD - 2 Sailfish releases

Michael Willis of Clarksburg, MD - Sailfish release

Release: John Lyon of Greenville, NC - Blue Marlin release

Sea Creature: Joshua McMillan of Deep Gap, NC - Sailfish release

 

Thursday, September 25, 2014

The Marlin bite exploded offshore today! Most of the fleet went out into miserable weather this morning but the fishing brightened everyone's day. Three Blue Marlin, five White Marlin, and six Sailfish were released. Congratulations to Hatteras Fever II for their Grand Slam! In addition to all the Billfish, Dolphin and Wahoo fishing was good and a few Blackfin Tuna were caught as well.

Inshore boats had a great day catching Red Drum, Gray Trout, Speckled Trout, and Bluefish.

Citations:

KC Haussmann of Salisbury, NC: Blue Marlin release on Sea Creature.

Randy Watts of Hague, VA: Sailfish release on Release.

Robert Rowzee of Paw Paw, WV: Sailfish release on Release.

Michael Rowzee of Warrenton, VA: Sailfish release on Release.

Cory McNew of Jetersville, VA: White Marlin release on Native Son.

Lee Drinkwater of Jetersville, VA: Sailfish release on Native Son.

Ashley Davis of Winchester, VA: Sailfish release on Good Times.

Tom Arthur of Lovettsville, VA - Blue Marlin and Sailfish releases on Hatteras Fever II

Scott Evans of Crestline, OH - 3 White Marlin releases on Hatteras Fever II

Rob Klarman of Mansfield, OH - 2 White Marlin releases on Hatteras Fever II

Tom Batson of Holland Patent, NY - White Marlin and Sailfish releases on Hatteras Fever II

Mark Parsons of Perkasie, PA - Blue Marlin release on Hatteras Fever II

 

 

 

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Fall brings Nor'Easters and today was no exception. Heavy rains dampened the Outer Banks and only one boat braved the conditions offshore. They returned with some nice size Wahoo and scattered Dolphin.

Only one inshore boat ventured out and they experienced good Red Drum fishing.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Only one boat out today due to weather. It was certainly worth it for them however as they returned with a nice Mahi catch a couple of nice size Wahoo and a citation Blackfin Tuna. See today's picture to check it out. Inshore they were catching Red Drum keeper size over size and puppy as well as Flounder and Clams.

Citation:

Release: Dennis Thompson of Fredericksburg, VA caught a 22lb Blackfin Tuna.

Monday, September 22, 2014

Inshore and Offshore boats fishing today despite the less than favorable weather. Offshore boats did well with some boats catching limits of Dolphin while Wahoo were scattered in. Hatteras Fever released a Sailfish. Inshore there were excellent Red Drum and citation Flounder. Nearshore good Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Unfishable weather kept all boats at the docks again today but are icing up for tomorrow!

In spite of yesterday's off and on showers, "Day at the Docks" was a success and a good time was had by all! Check out the children's fishing tournament. Some mighty fine junior anglers!

We fish all year. Offshore, Near Shore and Inshore. Call for more information. 1-800-676-4939

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Torrential rains kept boats from going offshore today. One boat fished near shore and came back with a good catch of Spanish Mackerel. One boat fished inshore and caught a limit of Red Drum and a 20" Flounder.

Day at the Docks is in full swing, despite the weather. The children are currently fishing a tournament on and around the dock and are having a great time. The festivities will end with the "Blessing of the Fleet" boat parade. Come on down and participate in the fun!!

Friday, September 19, 2014

Gusty northeast winds kept offshore boats from going out today. Several inshore boats ventured out into choppy, rough conditions and caught limits of (yes, you guessed it!) Red Drum. The Drum have been a constant this year and we are very thankful for that.

We have been busy here at the marina getting ready for Day at the Dock activities. There will be lots of fun for children and adults happening tomorrow. Stop by and join us in celebrating Hatteras Island watermen. Overall, fishing has been good this season and we want to express our appreciation for all that the Captains and mates do to make this possible.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Cool Fall temperatures and sunny skies make for a beautiful day on the water. Seas were rough again today and offshore boats returned with scattered catches of Dolphin and Wahoo. Some Triggerfish were caught as well.

Near shore boats brought in catches of Spanish Mackerel.

Inshore boats targeted Red Drum and had a great time catching and releasing.

Come on down this weekend and enjoy live demonstrations, a chowder cook-off, live music, a children's fishing contest, and the blessing of the fleet on Saturday. Help us celebrate Hatteras Island watermen!

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

The weather offshore today produced rough seas, thunderstorms, and water spouts. What it did not produce was fish. There were scattered Dolphin and Wahoo bites and that was it. The place to be today was inshore. Schools of Red Drum are visible in the shallow water and the bite continues to be good. A couple of boats fished near shore and brought back nice catches of Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish.

Come down to the Marina on Saturday 9/20/2014 for Day at the Docks and help us celebrate Hatteras Island watermen. We will have activities all day! 

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