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!
Saturday, April 02, 2022
It was a chillier day today but at least the sun was shining. Inshore boats had another great fishing day. With the NE breeze, the Red Drum were biting again on just about everything that was thrown at them. Lots of happy anglers and captains. Don't miss out on the action. Give us a call and we'll put you on a boat that will put you on the fish.
Friday, April 01, 2022
It's finally April and a couple of our inshore boats weren't fooling around with the Red Drum today. Fishing was as good as it gets. Book an inshore trip today and don't miss out.
Wednesday, March 30, 2022
A couple of our Inshore Boats headed out today and returned with a limit of Blue Fish,some Sea Bass, and a nice catch of Sheepshead.
Tuesday, March 29, 2022
It was a cold but sunny day and a couple of our inshore boats ventured out. They filled some coolers with Sheepshead and a few slot-size RedDrum. The weather warms up tomorrow and the fish will be waiting.
Saturday, March 26, 2022
Today was a windy one but at least the sun was out. One of our inshore boats headed out for a morning and afternoon trip. The Red Drum fishing was even more epic today than yesterday. This morning was great and the afternoon even better. The captain said he'd go out this evening if anyone is game. Drum like to bite on windy days and they didn't disappoint today.
Friday, March 25, 2022
A rainy, windy morning turned into a calm and sunny afternoon. Our inshore boats were able to make some anglers happy. They had an epic day of Red Drum fishing. They also had some Sheepshead. Some coolers were filled and some citations were earned.
Roy Newcomb of Dayton, MD released a 46" Red Drum and Thomas Newcomb also of Dayton, MD caught a 10lb. Sheepshead on Adventure
Justin Revere of Frisco, NC caught a 10lb. Sheepshead on Adventure
If you're itching to go fishing, some of our inshore boats are ready to scratch that itch. Give us a call at the marina, 252-986-2166 to book a half-day trip in the sound, or go to our website at hatterasharbor.com and check out the boats and give the captain a call or book through the website.
Wednesday, March 23, 2022
A couple of inshore boats headed out this morning and returned with catches of Sea Bass,Gray Trout and Sheepshead.
Tuesday, March 22, 2022
It was a pretty spring day today and a couple of our inshore boats were beating the Drum again. It was a good day for Red Drum. A good time was had by all and some citations were earned.
Both Dwight Martin and Dolton Whitaker of Rockwell, NC released 4- 46" Red Drum each on Hook Up
Alan Caudill of Haymarket, VA released a 46" and a 48" Red Drum on Black Pearl
Charles Turner of The Plains, VA released a 46" and a 48" Red Drum on Black Pearl
Inshore fishing is getting good. Give us a call and we'll rig you up with a knowledgeable captain that will hook you up on the fish.
Friday, March 18, 2022
A couple of our inshore boats parted the still waters this morning. They were able to get into the pretty Red Drum. A great time was had by all and some citations were made.
Kevin Oakes of Virginia Beach, VA released 3-48", 2-47", and a 46" Red Drum on Black Pearl
Michael Stokes of Kill Devil Hills, NC released 3-48" and 3- 46" Red Drum on Black Pearl
If you're on the island and can't go fishing, stop by our marina store. We are getting all sorts of good things in for the 2022 season. We have plenty of new design t-shirts and lots of gifts. Come check us out.
Wednesday, March 16, 2022
Yesterday we had a few inshore boats go out, they had good catches of Ribbonfish and Red Drum.
Today just one boat headed out and man, did they have a great time. They got into a real big school of Red Drum
Hook Up- Charlie Shifflett of Harrisonburg, VA released 9 Red Drum 45"
Charles Shifflett of Harrisonburg, VA released 2 Red Drum 45"
Guy Vonschuch of Harrisonburg, VA released 10 Red Drum 45"
Friday, December 31, 2021
We hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas and a happy new year. We had one boat go out over the holidays. Release ended the year with a catch of Blackfin Tunas.
Rodney Davis of Brooklyn, NY caught a 21lb. Blackfin and James Barrera of Jersey City, NJ caught a 20lb. 8oz. Blackfin Tuna.
The marina is still closed and we are getting ready for this year's fishing. We will be back in a couple of weeks. Wishing you calm seas and tight lines for 2022.
Monday, December 13, 2021
The marina will be closing on December 18, 2021, and will reopen on January 21, 2022. If you want to book a fishing trip during these times please call the captain. Hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday!! Sea ya' next year!!!
Saturday, December 04, 2021
Another warm December day dawned on a couple of the big boats that made their way out to the fishing grounds. Predator had a catch of King Mackerel and Blackfin Tuna while Release had Amberjacks and a couple of Sharks. Tomorrow looks like some wind and rain may show up so fishing may be limited to the dock.
Friday, December 03, 2021
A pretty December day saw one boat go out this morning. Release had a catch of King Mackerel, Barracuda and a couple of Atlantic Sharpnose Sharks.
James McCain of Manakin Sabot, VA caught a 34lb. King Mackerel
Our marina store is having a sale of 30%-50% off merchandise. Come in to see us.
Wednesday, December 01, 2021
Just one boat headed out to the fishing grounds, they returned with a limit of King Mackerel and a Blackfin Tuna.
Doris "Denise" Lavender of Canton, GA caught a 32lb Blackfin Tuna on Hatteras Blue
Tuesday, November 30, 2021
This chilly November saw one of our big boats mosey out to the fishing grounds this morning. Bite Me was successful in catching a few King Mackerel and some Blackfin Tuna.
Cory Culpepper of Kill Devil Hills, NC caught a 21lb. Blackfin Tuna
Rocky Damico of Wilmington, NC caught a 27lb. Blackfin Tuna
If you haven't finished your Christmas shopping yet you should come and take a look in our marina store. Our gifts and clothing are 30%-50% off.
Thursday, November 25, 2021
A few of the big boats went fishing today and caught plenty of King Mackerel. Predator caught a Bluefin Tuna.
Wannis Allen of Mooresville, NC caught a 48lb. King Mackerel on Release
Eric Gillis of Salisbury, NC caught a 50lb. King Mackerel on Predator
Monday, November 22, 2021
A couple of our inshore boats ventured out today before the wind picked up and the rain started. Hook Up had a catch of Triggerfish, Sea Bass and an Octopus. Black Pearl had a good catch of Speckled Trout and slot-size Red Drum. The big boats stayed tied up and it looks like Thanksgiving day will be the pretty weather day.
Sunday, November 21, 2021
It was a gorgeous fall day today. Dawn broke on calm seas and balmy temperatures. A few of the big boats parted the water this morning. They slung their limits of King Mackerel over the gunnels along with a few Amberjacks and African Pompano. Our inshore boat Island Time caught some keeper-sized Red Drum.
Olivia Rooks of Hatteras, NC caught a 36lb. King Mackerel on Calypso
Terrence Beamon of Va. Beach, VA caught a 35lb. King Mackerel on Release
Carlton Bivens, Sr. of Chesapeake, VA caught a 40lb. and a 55lb. King Mackerel on Release
Nathaniel Howard of Smithfield, VA caught a 60lb. King Mackerel on Release
The NWS issued a Gale Warning for our coastal waters starting tomorrow evening. It looks like there won't be much fishing going on the next few days. We wish everyone a happy and healthy Thanksgiving this week.
Saturday, November 20, 2021
It was another blustery day today with small craft advisories being dropped early this morning. A NE wind was still stiff enough to put a few white caps on the sound. The big boats stayed tied up but our inshore boat Black Pearl had an excellent day of Red Drum fishing. We all know by now that Red Drum love to bite on windy days. It's looking like tomorrow will have a couple of the big boats cutting loose from the dock and venturing out to the fishing grounds.