Monday, 11/16/20

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Surf Fishing Report:
We are starting the week with one of our perfect Outer Banks days and it is suppose to last through Sunday. How lucky are we? The wind is NW my favorite for catching Drum. Just find a good slough and drop a line. Drum are bottom feeders and they will take most anything you throw at them. Having said all that I was just told the water is really murky this morning.

The point had lots of Shark and they were also scattered up and down. Sea Mullet was on the north side of the Island and Bob Pittman had a beautiful catch of nice size Mullet. I would love to have some of those buggers. Drum and Bluefish were caught as well. We had beautiful Trout and Drum on this side of the Inlet. Also some Bluefish, Black Drum, Sea Mullet.

Sound Fishing Report:
The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported having a good run of Trout with some anglers catching their limits.

Pier Fishing Report:
Avalon: Sea Mullet and Dogfish.
Nags Head: Sea Mullet.
Jennette’s: Slow.
Outer Banks: Sea Mullet and Black Drum.

Inshore Boats/nearshore Report:
The inshore fleet fished and caught good numbers of Striper and Puppy Drum. Inshore Drum and Trout fishing continues to be outstanding.

Offshore Boats Report:
The fleet manage to to get backed to catching meat fish, Yellowfin, Wahoo and Black fin.

The winds are NWE at 10 and the water temp is 64 degrees. Sunny, light winds, small choppy surf.

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