Wednesday, 11/20/19

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Fishing Report:
There is no news from Hatteras Island this morning. Hwy 12 between the bridge and Avon is expected to open today if everything goes well.
Fishing should get back to normal . I have pictures this morning. I did not really expect any but they are interesting. Shaun Buen had a nice catch fishing the sound. Sammy Thornton picked up a cold stun 10. 4 lb, 28 in Trout off the beach. That tells me there are some monster Trout out there. I am always glad to get pictures from the guys attending hunting camp every year. Also it’s a reminder we carry all Hunting gear in our shop.
The piers are open and having a good day.

Pier Fishing Report:
Avalon: Loads of Trout and lots of keepers.
Nags Head: Trout.
Jennette’s:
Outer Banks: Lots of slot size Puppy Drum.

Inshore Boats/nearshore Report:
No report.
Offshore Boats Report:
No report

The winds are NW at 9 and the water temp is 53 degrees. Sunny, light winds.

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Tuesday, 11/19/19

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Fishing Report:
The problems from this storm continue. Because of flooding some of the schools in Hatteras are still closed today. Hwy 12 is still a problem with more dune breaches and overwash.
The Ocean is beginning to clean up. Looking much better.
I’m looking for the sun to shine but that is going to be iffy all week. It is a good time to check TW’s web site and do some in house shopping. Don’t forget those gift certificates. They are fast and easy.

The winds are NW at 8 and the water temp is 54 degrees. 48 degrees in KDH this morning, cloudy, light winds.

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Monday, 11/18/19

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Fishing Report:
Coastal flooding continues along portions of the sound and also Ocean overwash. Conditions are expected to improve late today. The Ocean is really rough this morning. We will see.

The winds are NW at 19 and the water temp is 54 degrees. Sunny, calm winds, clean swell.

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Sunday, 111/17/19

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Saturday was a rainy windy day with gust from 45 to 60 mph and more of the same today. Hwy 12 is closed from the Bridge to Rodanthe. NCDOT is suggesting residents to stay off the roads as conditions get worse. It is a good day for a good book and plenty of football.

The winds are NE at 45 and the water temp is 55 degrees

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Saturday, 11/16/19

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Surf Fishing Report:
Hatteras Island reported Red Drum at the point and Trout, Black Drum and Puppy Drum at the Jetties. On this side of the bridge Grover Sheldon said he had 90 minutes of fishing at low tide and it produced 7 pups, 2 keepers, 2 Flounder 16 & 17 in and a 20 inch Striper. The conditions were brutal and only one person on the beach. There were also fish caught in Nags Head. Nate Boyd caught a beautiful Mullet and Trout and I think it would be safe to say he also was the only person on the beach.
One nearshore boat tried his luck and caught 12 Stripped Bass.
A couple of boats did battle the weather yesterday and caught Yellowfin, Big-eye, one 170 lb citation and Wahoo.

The winds are NE at 36 gusting at 42 and the water temp is 56 degrees. Rain, strong winds and rough Ocean.

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Friday, 11/15/19

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Surf Fishing Report:
It was a much nicer day with better temperatures. There were fish caught down south. Drum fishing was exceptionally good with Puppy Drum and Red Drum reported in Avon and slot Drum caught up and down the beaches. Ramp 43-44 added Sea Mullet and Black Drum. There were some nice size Specks also caught weighing in up to 3 lbs. Hatteras caught Trout, Pompano Black Drum and Puppy Drum. This side of the bridge has been slow probably from the lack of fishermen. Mike Gray caught 2 nice Specks in Nags Head.
There are anglers on some of the piers this morning. Nothing happening yet other than a shower ever so often.
It may be a couple of days before the fleet leaves the creek again.

The winds are N at 21 and the water temp is 58 degrees. Rain, high winds, rough Ocean

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Thursday, 11/14/19

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Fishing Report:
It was a cold windy day. There is no beach report or boat report today. We have a coastal storm in the forecast beginning Friday night lasting through the weekend. More beach erosion and Ocean overwash. There has been another IGFA world record set by an angler fishing our shores. Brett Jordan of Florence, SC weighed in a 3 lb 1 oz Southern Sea Mullet in Frisco.

The winds are NE at 11 and the water temp is 57 degrees. Mostly cloudy, chilly, breezy, choppy swell.

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Wednesday, 11/13/19

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Surf Fishing Report:
Not often do we see such a cold day on the Outer banks. It is 38 degrees in KDH this morning. The Ocean is something to see with white water far beyond the piers.
Not much to report from yesterday. I heard of one inlet boat fished and caught a ton of Stripers. There were Trout caught on our beaches. The surf is not fisherable today and no one on the piers.
It is a good day to visit TW’s and check out the new merchandise that comes in everyday. And Duck season is coming up. Check out our huge inventory of hunting supplies.

The winds are N at 24 and the water temp is 59 degrees. Sunny, strong winds, rough Ocean.

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Tuesday, 11/12/19

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Surf Fishing Report:
The south beaches had a good day with people catching their limits of Trout, some Blow Toads and Sea Mullet with citations weighing in. Anglers fishing the jetties caught Black Drum, Puppy Drum and Sheepshead. We had a good early morning Trout bite at Avalon beach and some Trout caught along the beaches later. Puppy Drum, Flounder and Sea Mullet were caught along the beaches as well. Trout fishermen are also catches Trout north of the pier in Avalon again this morning.

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

Pier Fishing Report:
Avalon: Trout a couple of keepers, Puppy Drum and Mullet.
Nags Head: Trout and Mullet.
Jennette’s: Trout, Flounder and Mullet.
Outer banks: Trout 20 in, Spot, Black Drum and Mullet.

Inshore Boats/nearshore Report:
No report.

Offshore Boats Report:
Another day tied to the docks.

The winds are SW at 7 and the water temp is 64 degrees. Cloudy, calm winds, clean swell.

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Monday, 11/11/19

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Surf Fishing Report:
I told you so. It was a good day to be fishing. Hatteras Island reported anglers catching Red Drum, Puppy Drum, citation Sea Mullet, Bluefish, Trout and Black Drum. Not as busy on this side of the bridge but the fishing was fair. There were Trout, Puppy Drum and Mullet.
Anglers are catching Trout north of Avalon pier this morning.

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

Pier Fishing Report:
Avalon: Trout, Puppy Drum, Flounder and a Striper.
Nags Head: Trout and more Trout.
Jennette’s: Trout and Flounder.
Outer Banks: Trout one 20 in, Mullet, Puppy Drum, Blow Toads and Spot

Inshore Boats/nearshore Report:
No news.

Offshore Boats Report:
It was a good Tuna bite for the off shore fleet reporting plenty Yellowfin and Black Fin. There were also Wahoo and some Dolphin with a Blue Marlin release.

The winds are SW at 7 and the water temp is 62 degrees. Sunny, light winds, clean swell.

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