Tuesday, 9/22/20

Outer Banks Fishing Report
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Surf Fishing Report:
The wind has subsided some this morning but we still have a rough Ocean.
There were Drum caught yesterday at the point and slot Drum caught between Buxton and Avon. Drum were reported at the north end of Oregon Inlet. That would be ramp 2 if everything is OK beach wise.
The wind is NW this morning. Suppose to die a little as the day goes. NW, always my favorite winds fishing for Drum. I have been told a six is holding this morning. You can catch Drum just by dropping a line in the wash with fresh mullet. Just a thought!

The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported catching catching Drum. Some nice slot Drum.

Pier Fishing Report:
Avalon: People are fishing, not catching yet.
Nags Head: Nothing happening.
Jennette’s:
Outer Banks: Puppy bite was fair at sunrise, scattered now.

Inshore Boats/nearshore Report:
No Report.

Offshore Boats Report:
No Report. The fleet stayed in due to rough conditions.

The winds are NW at 20 and the water temp is 70 degrees. Sunny, breezy, rough Ocean.

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Monday, 9/21/20

Outer Banks Fishing Report

Surf Fishing Report:
Vinnie from Richmond, VA sent news with his picture there were several citation Drum caught at the Cape Saturday with yearling and slot Drum. I also got a report that some were also caught Sunday at the cape and ramp 55.
The Drum have been plentiful around the causeway this weekend. Just a reminder. You can keep only 1 per person, 1/day 18-27 TL. Stiff fines that you don’t want to pay.

Hatteras reported HWY 12 close until Tuesday afternoon. Picture

Sound Fishing Report:
The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported catching had a big weekend catching Puppy Drum.

Pier Fishing Report:
Avalon: No one on the Pier
Nags Head: Could not hold bottom but tried.
Jennette’s: A couple fishing but not catching
Outer Banks: Outer Banks pier has 6 people fishing and all have caught at least 4 drum. Go figure!

Inshore Boats/nearshore Report:
One inshore went out from Oregon Inlet fishing center and caught Drum inlet fishing.

Offshore Boats Report:
Stayed tied to the Docks.

The winds are NE at 16 and the water temp is 78 degrees water surface, Isolated showers, windy, beautiful angry Ocean.

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Sunday, 9/20/20

Outer Banks Fishing Report
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Surf Fishing Report:
There is not much to report this morning. I was surprise to see a hand full of people on Jennette’s so I called and nothing has happen. Nags Head said they had 2 people to walk on, rent two rods, walked off in short order. But OBX pier said they have caught 5 Puppy Drum this morning. That is my news of the day. I have good pictures. Drum that were caught a couple of days ago. Life guards were struggling to keep there Life guard stand because the best beach time and fishing is still ahead.

The winds are NE at 22 and the water temp is 74 degrees surface. Partly sunny, windy, rough Ocean

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Saturday, 9/19/20

Outer Banks Fishing Report
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Surf Fishing Report:
Some citation Drum were caught at ramp 38 and the Bluefish bite was good at the point. Oregon Inlet would have been a the place to be yesterday. Nice Drum and Nice size Bluefish were caught there.

Sound Fishing Report:
The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported slow.

Pier Fishing Report:
Avalon: Slow.
Nags Head: Slow.
Jennette’s: There is one person fishing I don’t think he will be trying is luck too long.
Outer Banks: Slow.

Inshore Boats/nearshore Report:
OneNearshore boat went out and caught Spanish, Bluefish and a beautiful Drum.

Offshore Boats Report:
The fleet stayed in the creek.

The winds are NNE at 26 and the water temp is 78 degrees. Mostly cloudy, high winds, gusting 40, big angry Ocean.

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Friday, 9/18/20

Outer Banks Fishing Report
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Surf Fishing Report:
Dangerous beachfront conditions and inaccessible off-road vehicle routes may occur this weekend. In addition to the remnants of Sally, large swell from distant Hurricane Teddy will arrive this weekend, once again bringing very dangerous surf conditions and life-threatening rip currents, as well as the potential for beach erosion and ocean overwash. Hatteras Island had Drum, a few big ones reported, some Bluefish and Sea Mullet, Puppy Drum and the Point had a big Shark bite.
North of the bridge are Puppy Drum and Spot and the excitement of Robert Pinkett catching a Cobia at Oregon Inlet.

Sound Fishing Report:
The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported catching Drum and Trout

Pier Fishing Report:
Avalon: Black Drum, Mullet, Pompano and Spot.
Nags Head: Mullet, Flounder and Puppy Drum.
Jennette’s: One Drum early.
Outer Banks: Pier has a telephone problem this morning.

Inshore Boats/nearshore Report:
The nearshore fleet caught Spanish and Bluefish. The Inlet boats caught Trout and Puppies and the sound boats Drum and Trout.

Offshore Boats Report:
All the boats sailed yesterday and it is good to have an awesome day before you know you are going to sit for a few days at the dock. The fleet limited out on Dolphin, caught Yellowfin and Blackfin, a few Wahoo. Released some White and Sailfish as well.

The winds are N at 25 and the water temp is 76 degrees. Mostly cloudy. windy, sloppy surf, choppy Ocean

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