Frisco Rod and Gun fishng report 3-13

3-7

Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.

Today we had heavy rain all day with lots of wind. The winds were from the north-east switching to the north north-west at 15-25 mph with gusts to 40 mph. The temperatures were in the low 50’s. This low pressure is still pounding Hatteras Island. There is some soundside flooding in Hatteras village and a little in Frisco. The ocean has over washed a little bit on the north end of Buxton around the motels. I’m sure Mirlo Beach in Rodanthe has some ocean over wash as well at times of High Tide.

The ocean was extremely rough with the seas in the 13-19 foot range. The water was up to the dune line on the Frisco Beach. This made the choice not to fish easy.

There is no inshore or offshore report for today.

3-8

Hatteras Island Fishing Report

by frgstaff

Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.

Today the winds decreased and the sun same out. The winds were from the west north-west at 10 mph and the temperatures were in the low 50’s.

This Monday the Oregon Inlet bridge will be closed at 9am for about 30 minutes to do a Sonar Scan to check the condition of the bridge.

The ocean is still rough on the Buxton beach and the Frisco beach was cleaner but the swell is still big. We had quite a few people giving it a try today but no reports of any catches.

There is no inshore or offshore report for today.

3-9

Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.

Today was a much nicer day. We had sunny skies with the winds from the west switching to the north-east in the afternoon at 10-15 mph and the temperatures were in the low 50’s.

This Monday the Oregon Inlet bridge will be closed at 9am for about 30 minutes to do a Sonar Scan to check the condition of the bridge.

The swell has calmed a lot today. The water is still dirty near the beaches and only a few puppy drum reported out at Cape Point in Buxton today. .

There is no inshore report today. The offshore report was much better today.with tilefish and grouper caught from the bottom. The bluefin tuna made a showing today with the “Bite Me” charter boat catching two in the 80 inch range weighing a dressed weight of 275 lbs. and 248 lbs. Pretty work guys
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3-10

Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.

Today was a beautiful day. We had sunny skies with the winds from the north-east switching back to the south-west in the afternoon at 5-10 mph and the temperatures were in the low 60’s.

We had calm seas today with wonderful beach and boat conditions. Out at Cape Point in Buxton they had better fishing for the puppy drum today. About 20 were reported caught. Over on the Frisco Beach at Ramp 49 just a handful of puppy drum were caught this morning.

There is no inshore report today. The offshore fishing was pretty good today with more blackfin tuna and some tilefish and grouper from the bottom caught. The bluefin tuna made another showing today. This time they were aboard the “Whatever” charter boat with Capt. Freddy James out of Odens Dock.. The bluefins were 82″ and 79″ weighing 210 lbs and 207 lbs dressed. They are both going to market. The picture was taken by Oden’s Dock.

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3-11

Today was another nice day. We had sunny skies with the winds from the south-west at 5-10 mph and the temperatures were in the mid 50’s.

The puppy drum bite out at Cape Point in Buxton is back. Several puppy drum were caught their today. On the Frisco beach at Ramp 49 only a few scattered puppy drum were reported.

There is no inshore report today. The offshore fishing was decent today. Boats caught some blackfin tuna. Black sea bass and trigger fish were caught while bottom fishing,

3-12

Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.

Today we had clear skies to start with and a high of 59F, becoming cloudy this afternoon. The winds were out of the south-west at 10-20 mph with higher gusts. There is a wind advisory in effect until 6pm Thursday.

Cape Point had a little bit of puppy drum action today. There were a few caught there. We did not hear anything from the Frisco or Hatteras beaches, just a little to rough with the south-west winds.

There is no inshore or offshore report today.

3-13

Today we had clear skies with a high around 44F. The winds were out of the north-west, starting out around 20 mph and slowing down just a little to 14 mph this evening.

I did not hear of any fish caught today. There were a few folks trying though, but no reports.

There is no inshore or offshore report for today.

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