We are to expect rain until Sunday. We just had such a big weekend we might have some redrawels. It was great weekend with lots of fish caught. The perfect way to start a new season.
There was some news from the cape yesterday despite the weather. There were Drum and Bluefish caught. Kevin Prince caught a 46 in monster red Drum.
The weather will lighten as the week goes. We will fish around the rain showers. The Little Bridge is fisherable on both sides from the rocks and the Wildlife pier down the road from there under the Pirates Cove Bridge.
I have great pictures this morning from Sunday.
The winds are NE at 18 and the water temp is 61 degrees. Rain, storms, windy and brisk, rough Ocean
We have this beautiful angry Ocean this morning. It is so awesome to watch.
It is most likely not awesome to the anglers who are here to fish this week.
One inshore boat fished out of Oregon Inlet yesterday. They were well rewarded for fighting the cold and wet. They decked Bluefish, Drum and Speckled Trout.
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The winds are NE at 26 and the water temp is 59 degrees. Showers, storms, windy, rough Ocean.
We are expecting more overwash and beach erosion. Next high is 8 pm.
There are no fishing news coming in this morning. This storm should be winding down in a couple of days.
Have a great day and a better tomorrow.
The winds are ENE at 17 and the water temp is 61 degrees. Rain, windy, rough surf
More Thunderstorms today. Rough conditions all around.
There was a couple of Bluefish reported for Thursday and a Drum in the Buxton area.
Got word there was an early morning run of Trout at the Little Bridge today.
Kayak fishermen are catching Trout in the sounds pretty steady doing this bad weather.
The winds are SE at 12 and the water temp is 61 degrees. Showers and thunder storms, breezy, rough surf.
It is a good day to be hanging out on the Outer Banks. A few dog walkers out this morning on the beach this morning.
I’m not having the best of time yet with my new computer set up. That should change when the computer guru comes again tomorrow afternoon.
Offshore fishing was awesome yesterday. The Tuna was so plentiful the boats returned to the docks early. Some Tuna weighed up to 50 lbs. There were also Dolphin caught.
Hatteras Island reported Sea Mullet and Pompano at ramp 49. They weighed in a 3.3# Sea Mullet almost a record but no cigar. There were Blues at the point, some scattered on the beaches.
KDH and Nags Head are catching Sea Mullet.
Trout fishing continues to be good in the sounds.
The winds are SW at 15 and the water temp is 55 degrees. Sunny, breezy, flat Ocean.
We are having another nice day and we are due after last week’s rains. And the fish are biting. I told’cha they would.
The big Red drum are back at the point with a few Spanish showing up with them Also some nice Sea Mullet with one citation weighing in at 1.12#. The north side of Hatteras had Sea Mullet. It was reported there were Bluefish and Pompano further south. I wish we had their warm water but it’s taking it’s time on this side of the bridge. There were Bluefish caught in Nags Head.
The Bluewater fleet caught Tuna yesterday and Dolphin, some gaffers. Inshore anglers caught Bluefish, Stripers and Trout. Kayak fishermen are slaying the Trout.
A little local news this morning. Duck and Ocracoke have canceled their 4th of July festivities for this year.
The winds are NW at 11 and the water temp is 55 degrees. Sunny, light winds, small uneven swells.