Tuesday, November 24th

In Summary: Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com. With the season beginning to slow, updates from our fans are quieting but we’ll continue to provide updates as information is passed along. Please look to see reports begin to occur on an every-other-day basis.

Surf Fishing Report: Winds cool and breezy this morning with tough beach conditions for those looking to hold bottom rigs in place. Winds are NNE between 13-15knots. Conditions will improve greatly this afternoon and throughout the week.

Today’s afternoon winds should settle to 6 knots and shift to ENE.

Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway has had spotty success with puppy drum and trout.

Pier Fishing Report:

Avalon: Early morning / late night Trout, Sea Mullet and Pufferfish.

Nags Head: Sea Mullet and Black Drum.

Jennette’s: Sea Mullet, Trout and occasional Blues.

Outer Banks: Sea Mullet and Black Drum.

Inshore Boats/nearshore Report: Boaters and kayakers are reporting some success of Stripers in the Manns Harbor bridge area.

High Tide 3:00pm / Low Tide 9:30pm.

Daily Catches:

Sara Leng of Manteo – Manteo Festival Park – Catfish on Fishbites

Brent Crush of Virginia – Little Bridge – Sea Trout

Mikey Sabadic of Outer Banks – Citation Sea Trout

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