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!
Thursday, September 29, 2022
Wednesday, September 28, 2022
Inshore Boats had a great day catching Big Red Drum , Keeper drum ,
good catches of Bluefish, and keeper Flounder.
Tracker Leclerc of NY released a 47inch RedDrum off the Hook up
Tuesday, September 27, 2022
The big boats were able to untie from the dock this morning and head out to the blue water. They got a full day in and slung a lot of fish over the gunnels. It was a little rough but worth the effort. They slung some Blackfin Tuna and a few Dolphin. They also slung a few Wahoo and a couple of King Mackerel. Sea Creature released a Sailfish. The Inshore boats did a lot of reeling today. They reeled in some nice Red Drum in both slot size and citations. Drum makes some seriously good fish tacos. They also caught Speckled Trout, Bluefish and some pretty Ribbonfish.
Blake Johnson of Richmond, VA released a 46" Red Drum on Island Time
Jessalyn Valentin of Lancaster, PA released a 40" Red Drum on Hook Up
Steve Kelly of Virginia Beach, VA caught a 21lb. Blackfin Tuna on Bite Me
Jason Beery of Virginia Beach, VA caught a 27lb. and a 21lb. Blackfin Tuna on Bite Me
Gary Rymer of Prince Frederick, MD released a Sailfish on Sea Creature
Monday, September 26, 2022
It was a blustery morning this morning with a SW wind so the big boats stayed tied up. The Inshore boats had a good day in the Pamlico Sound catching Bluefish, keeper-size Red Drum and Speckled Trout.
Tomorrow looks like the better day to go out to the blue water so the big boats will be headed out to watch the sunrise in the morning.
Sunday, September 25, 2022
A few Charter boats went out this morning to bring home Lots of Dolphin, and Wahoo.
Inshore boats brought back some Bluefish, Flounder, Grouper, Lady Fish, and Red drum.
Saturday, September 24, 2022
A Few of the Charter Boats went out this morning to see what they were to bring home
for dinner. Looks like Blackfin Tuna, Dolphin, Wahoo, and Some Bottom Fish.
Inshore Boats Bring home Blue Fish, Red Drum, and Speckled trout.
James Schmich released a 45-inch Red Drum off the Hook Up
Henry Kirkpatrick released a Sailfish off the Sea Creature
William Kirkpatrick released a Sailfish off the Sea Creature
Isasc Kissell released a Sailfish off the Release
Thursday, September 22, 2022
One Charter boat went out today. A little rough at there today, but the Wahoo and
the Blackfin Tuna and Dolphin were still Hungry.
Inshore fleet Catching Epic And Yes Epic Red Drum Fishing.
Also catching Speckled Trout and Blue Fish.
Chris Sunda released a 46-inch Red Drum off the Sound Bound
Alex Holden released 2 47-inch Red Drum off the Sound Bound
Rom Whitaker IV brought in a 40lb Cobia and 2 46inch Red Drum off the Sound Bound
Jerry Smith released a 47-inch and a 44-inch Red Drum off the Hook up
Judy Willis Smith released a 49-inch 47-inch and a 42-in Red Drum off the Hook up
Chad Testerman released a 41-inch Red Drum off the Fingeance
Jeffrey Walentosky released a 46-inch Red Drum off the Hang-on
Daniel Stewart released 2 45-inch Red Drum Off the Black Pearl
Jim Engle released a 45inch Red Drum off the Tight Line
John Behm released a 45-inch and a 43-inchRed Drum off the Black Pearl
Trentyn Beebe released a 46-inch and a 44-inch Red Drumoff the Black Pearl
Wednesday, September 21, 2022
Charter Boats went out this morning to clear blue waters to see what they might
be bringing home to the docks. And the Anglers brought home Wahoo, Dolphin, and Blackfin tuna.
In Shore Fleet had an epic day bringing in Red Drum, speckled trout
Thomas Goodwine released a 48inch Red drum off the Chaser
Thomas Goodwine released a 48inch Red drum off the Chaser
Jim Goodwine released a 40inch Red drum off the Chaser
Erik Goodwine released a 43inch Red drum off the Chaser
Erik Goodwine released a 46inch Red drum off the Chaser
Stephen Goodwine released a 40inch Red drum off the Chaser
Will Boger released a 45inch and 44inch Red drum off the Hook Up
Christopher Houghton released a 46inch and a 42inch Red drum off the Hook Up
Alexander Filipour released a 47inch and a 43inch and a 40inch Red drum off the Hook Up
Michael Wagner released a Sailfish off the Sea Creature
Robert Fuqua 23lb BlackFin Tuna off the Bite Me
Franklin Fuqua brought in a 40lb Wahoo off the Bite Me
Rom Witaker 4th released 3 46lb, and 3 49lb Red Drum, off the Sound Bound
Tuesday, September 20, 2022
What a great day for fishing. Offshore Fleet Had a Great day catching Wahoo,Dolphins,
and BlackFin Tuna.
Inshore Fleet Had a great day catching Red Drum, and Speckled Trout.
John Murdock caught a 28lb Blackfin Tuna off the Predator.
John Murdock caught a 49lb Wahoo off the Predator.
Riley Cummings released a Sailfish off the Release boat.
Monday, September 19, 2022
It was another beautiful day in paradise. The sun rose over the big boats on the fishing grounds as they were in search of tails. They did find some tails and plenty of Dolphin, Blackfin Tuna and Wahoo were attached. They also got onto some Triggerfish. The Inshore boats had their limits of Speckled Trout, Cobia, Red Drum and Bluefish in the morning. The afternoon brought Bluefish and Flounder.
Robert Carlozzi of Landenberg, PA caught a 46lb. Wahoo on Release
Ronald Baumbach of North East, MD caught a 26lb. Blackfin Tuna and a 43lb. Wahoo on Predator
Terri Maclay of Camp Hill, PA caught a 31lb. and a 27lb. Blackfin Tuna on Predator
Derek Zimmer of Elkridge, MD caught a 26lb. Blackfin Tuna on Carolina Girl
Nicole Zimmer of Elkridge, MD caught a 28lb. Blackfin Tuna on Carolina Girl
Sunday, September 18, 2022
The Offshore boats watched the sun rise over the fishing grounds this morning. They were in pursuit and managed to get on some fish. They had good catches of Dolphin and Wahoo and a Swordfish. A few also had some Blackfin Tuna and Skipjack Tuna. The Inshore boats had their limits of Red Drum along with some Bluefish and Speckled Trout.
Gerald Dickson of Evans, GA caught a 61lb. Swordfish on Release
Saturday, September 17, 2022
The morning started out a little rough on the blue water but by afternoon it had calmed down. The big boats slung some Dolphin and Wahoo on deck and released a few Sailfish. There were also a few scattered Blackfin Tuna and a Yellowfin Tuna. The Inshore boats had limits of Bluefish along with some Red Drum in the puppy size and a few Speckled Trout.
Brian Gavaghan of Murrysville, PA released a Sailfish on Release
Ronald Martinazzi of New Market, MD released a Sailfish on Release
Frank Rose of Petersburg, VA released a Sailfish on Sea Creature
William Flory of Waynesboro, VA released a Sailfish on Sea Creature
Jamison Grinnell of Norfolk, VA released a Sailfish on Sea Creature
Friday, September 16, 2022
The mornings are feeling autumnal with a NE wind breezing up. One boat hit the fishing grounds this morning and they were happy they made the trek. They had good catches of Dolphin and Wahoo. The Inshore boats had a good day with limits of Bluefish, Clams and Red Drum. The Drum likes to bite on windy days.
Dickie Williams of Bumpass, VA released a 49" Red Drum on Black Pearl
Ashton Surratt of Staunton, VA released a 44" Red Drum on Island Time
Thursday, September 15, 2022
Charter Fleet headed out this morning to blue waters. Bringing home some
Wahoo, Dolphin, Blackfin Tuna.
Nearshore fleet Caught Bluefish, Spanish Mackerel,
The inshore fleet brought home Red Drum, Trout, and Blue Fish.
Andrew Harris released a 42-inch Red drum off the Relentless.
Gregory Schmidt released a 48inch Red drum off the Relentless.
Eric Schmidt released a 40inch Red Drum off the Relentless
Burton Perham released a Sailfish off the Hatteras Fever
Beth released a 50inch Red Drum off the Black Pearl
Wednesday, September 14, 2022
The Charter Fleet let the docks this morning with fishing on their mind, and that's what they did.
Bringing home Great catches of Blackfin Tuna, Wahoo, Dolphin, and some Yellowfin Tuna.
Inshore Boats Had limits of keeper Red Drum, and oversized Red Drum and Trout.
Larry Burek released a 48-inch Red Drum off the Hookup
Kimberly Beckett released a Sailfish off the Tuna Duck
Hunter McCarter brought in a 50lb Wahoo of the Hatteras Blue
Hunter McCarter brought in a Sailfish 63 inches of the Hatteras Blue
Tuesday, September 13, 2022
The morning started out cloudy and thunderstorms skirted the beach as they traveled up the blue water. By the time the big boats hit the dock, it was sunny and hot. A couple of boats slipped through the inlet and had a pretty good day of fishing. They were able to get on some Dolphin, Wahoo and Blackfin Tuna. The Inshore boats had a good day of catching. They had their limits of Speckled Trout along with some Bluefish, Red Drum, Flounder and a Cobia.
Monday, September 12, 2022
An overcast morning turned into a pretty afternoon as one boat ventured out to the blue water. They had good Dolphin fishing and the Wahoo was okay. There were some Blackfin Tuna caught. Inshore boats had good catches of Bluefish and very pretty Speckled Trout and some nice Flounder.
Sunday, September 11, 2022
It was a morning of off and on rain but by afternoon the sun came out. A couple of the big boats parted the water and had a rough ride. The fishing was slow going but they did have a very few Dolphin and a very few Wahoo. Hatteras Fever II released a Sailfish. The Inshore boats had a good catch of Speckled Trout and Flounder this morning.
Louis McAllister of Franklinton, NC released a Sailfish on Hatteras Fever II
Saturday, September 10, 2022
The swell from Earl is still hitting our beaches but a couple of big boats slipped through the inlet this morning. They reported scrappy fishing with it being a little rough. They had a few Wahoo and a few Dolphin, one Albacore and a couple of Yellowfin Tuna were seen. The Inshore boats had a good day with just about everything you could catch out there today. They had Bluefish, Cobia, Speckled Trout and a couple of Grouper. They also had a few Red Drum.