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TW’s Daily Fishing Report

Sunday, November 21, 2022 Some Big Drum finally showed up at the point yesterday evening between all of the sharks. We heard there were 10 or more caught. Still plenty of fish to be caught in the surf, including Sea Mullet, Puppy Drum, Speckled Trout, Bluefish, Puffers, and Black Drum. Percy Houchens landed a nice …

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TW’s Daily Fishing Report

Saturday, November 5, 2022 Congratulations to our very own Maggie and her team, the Queen Mackerels! They won First Place Ladies Team in the Cape Hatteras Anglers Club Tournament, the largest surf fishing Tournament in the world! Maggie and her team caught Grey Trout, Seamullet, and Bluefish. This was a tough Tournament, fishing was slow …

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Wednesday, November 2, 2022 Join us for our 42nd Annual Oyster Roast!! Saturday November 19th from 1:00PM to 5:00PM for OYSTERS, BEER, BBQ . Stop by to visit with our local captains, friends and staff! We canā€™t wait to see everyone!! Til then tight lines Donā€™t forget to keep sending us your fishing pictures at …

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TW’s Daily Fishing Report

Saturday, October 29, 2022 The strong winds and heavy surf have made for difficult fishing conditions, however some anglers have fought through it and been successful! There has been a handful of Big Drum caught from the surf south of Rodanthe and down on the point. Connor Johnson sent us a picture of a really …

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TW’s Daily Fishing Report

Friday, October 28, 2022 Plenty of Sharks, Stingrays, and a handful of Drum caught by those fishing the Piers the last 2 days. Gumbo Jones caught a mystery Shark this morning on Jennettes Pier, some folks called it a Mako, however we recently heard that Marine Biologists have determined it to be a Juvenile White …

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