Friday, 5/9/14

Another beautiful day on the Outer Banks. Calm, glassy Water temp is 57 degrees this morning. We have SW winds at 10.
Offshore Fleet decked gaffer Dolphin, Grouper, Blackfin Tuna and Tilefish.
Plenty of Bluefish for the nearshore boaters.
Inshore anglers are catching Drum, Trout and Stripers. TW’s Robin Stewart caught a nice Drum in the sound. (Picture).
The Little Bridge reported their first bottom fish. The Spot was a nice size. They are also catching Specks, Gray Trout.
Bluefish and a few Sea Mullet are scattered on all our beaches. Bobby Curnutte caught his 6 ½ Bluefish using a 1 oz bucktail. (Picture).
The same for the beaches on the other side of the bridge with Sea Mullet, Flounder and Blow toads added. It was a big day for the anglers fishing the cape. There were 50 to 75 Drum caught.
The OBX Pier had exciting news this morning. A 36 in, 18 lb Striper was caught in the wash. And it was caught with a sand flea. You never know!!! They are also catching Sea Mullet, Bluefish and Spot. Avalon has plenty of Bluefish. Nags Head is catching oodles of Sea Mullet and Blue Fish. His words not mine. Jennette’s reported Bluefish.

Bobby Curnutte

robin Stewart


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