TW’s Daily Fishing Report

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Pier Fishing Report:
The piers were busy Tuesday with angler’s reeling in SPANISH MACKEREL, BLUE FISH, POMPANO, BLACK DRUM, SPOT and SEA MULLET.

Surf Fishing Report:
It was an excellent day of fishing from the surf with SEA MULLET, SPOT, POMPANO, BLUE FISH, BLACK DRUM and RED DRUM being caught.

Inshore/Sound Fishing Report:
Sound fishing was outstanding with BLUE FISH, SPECKLED TROUT, DRUM and ROCK FISH being caught.

Nearshore Fishing Report:
The nearshore fleet had great day catching FALSE ALBACORE, SPANISH MACKEREL, KING MACKEREL, RIBBON FISH and BLUE FISH.

Offshore Fishing Report:
Offshore boats had a beautiful day out in the Atlantic catching BIG EYE, YELLOWFIN, BLACKFIN, WAHOO and MAHI. There were also flags flying for WHITE AND BLUE MARLIN releases.

TIDES: A.M. P.M.
HIGH 7:57 8:13
LOW 1:43 2:13

AIR TEMPERATURE:
High of 78°

WATER TEMPERATURES:
OCEAN 72°
SOUND 77°

WIND: E @ 10-15

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Tw’s Daily Fishing Report

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Pier Fishing Report:
All the piers had a great day catching SEA MULLET, CROAKER, POMPANO, SPOT, FLOUNDER, BLOW TOADS and BLUES.
There were reports of STRIPER, BLUE FISH, SEA MULLET and DRUM caught off the new Bonner bridge pier.

Surf Fishing Report:
There were BLOW TOADS, SEA MULLET, POMPANO, BLACK DRUM, CROAKER, FLOUNDER, SPOT, BLUE FISH and DRUM caught off the beaches yesterday.

Inshore/Sound Fishing Report:
It was all about the STRIPER and TROUT yesterday in the sound. They also caught throw back FLOUNDER.

Nearshore Fishing Report:
Nearshore boats came back to the docks with BLUE FISH, SPANISH MACKEREL and RIBBON FISH.

Offshore Fishing Report:
Offshore boats did excellent yesterday!
They came back with WAHOO, MAHI, YELLOWFIN and BLACKFIN TUNA.

TIDES: A.M. P.M.
HIGH 7:14 7:30
LOW 1:02 1:24

AIR TEMPERATURE:
High of 78°

WATER TEMPERATURES:
OCEAN 73°
SOUND 75°

WIND: S @ 5-10

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TW’s Daily Fishing Report

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Good Monday morning!
It was a gorgeous fall weekend here on the Outer Banks, with lots of fish caught!

Pier Fishing Report:
The piers had a good day with catches of SPOT, CROAKER, BLUE FISH, POMPANO and SEA MULLET.
The new Bonner Bridge pier had reports of BLUE FISH, TROUT, PUPPY DRUM, SPOT, SEA MULLET and a few STRIPER.

Surf Fishing Report:
There were SEA MULLET, small POMPANO, BLACK DRUM, SPOT and CROAKER caught off the beaches. They also caught larger DRUM during the night.

Inshore/Sound Fishing Report:
Inshore fishing continues to be good with STRIPER, TROUT, PUPPY DRUM, and throw back FLOUNDER.

Nearshore Fishing Report:
No nearshore boats went out Sunday.

Offshore Fishing Report:
The offshore fleet did great yesterday with catching YELLOWFIN TUNA, BLACKFIN TUNA and MAHI MAHI. Flags were flying for WHITE and BLUE MARLIN releases as well.

TIDES: A.M. P.M.
HIGH 6:31 6:45
LOW 12:22 12:34

AIR TEMPERATURE:
High of 80°

WATER TEMPERATURES:
OCEAN 73°
SOUND 73°

WIND: SW @ 10-15

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TW’s Daily Fishing Report

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Good Sunday morning!
Saturday was a great day to fish and today looks even better!

Pier Fishing Report:
The piers had reports of SPANISH MACKEREL, SPECKLED TROUT, BLACK DRUM, SPOT and SEA MULLET caught Saturday.
The new Bonner Bridge pier had reports of STRIPER, PUPPY DRUM, BLUE FISH and a few SPECKLED TROUT.

Surf Fishing Report:
PUPPY DRUM, SPECKLED TROUT, FLOUNDER, BLACK DRUM, SEA MULLET and BLUE FISH were caught off the beaches.

Inshore/Sound Fishing Report:
There were a lot of nice SPECKLED TROUT, DRUM, FLOUNDER and STRIPER
Caught yesterday.

Neashore Fishing Report:
Nearshore boats had catches of BLUE FISH, SPANISH MACKEREL and RIBBON FISH.

Offshore Fishing Report:
Offshore boats came back to the docks with YELLOWFIN, BLACKFIN, MAHI and a few WAHOO.

TIDES: A.M. P.M.
HIGH 5:29 5:44
LOW 11:34 —–

AIR TEMPERATURE:
High of 79°

WATER TEMPERATURES:
OCEAN 73°
SOUND 73°

WIND: SW @ 10

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TW’s Daily Fishing Report

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Good Saturday morning,
Fall fishing has definitely kicked off here on the Outer Banks! We are fully stocked with fresh mullet, fresh shrimp and worms. Stop in and let our knowledge staff help you get rigged up. You can also get your Nags Head/Kill Devil Hills beach permit while your here.
The fee is $25.00 cash or check.

Pier Fishing Report:
The piers had an excellent day with BLUE FISH, POMPANO, SEA MULLET, SPOT, SPANISH MACKEREL, BLACK DRUM and FALSE ALBACORE caught Friday.

Surf Fishing Report:
From the surf they caught BLUE FISH, POMPANO, SEA MULLET, PUPPY DRUM, BLACK DRUM and SPECKLED TROUT. They are also catching large DRUM at night.

Inshore/Sound Fishing Report:
It was perfect conditions for fishing in the sound. There were catches of STRIPER, PUPPY DRUM, SPECKLED TROUT and releases of FLOUNDER.

Neashore Fishing Report:
Nearshore boats had a great day catching SPANISH MACKEREL, FALSE ALBACORE, RIBBON FISH and BLUE FISH.

Offshore Fishing Report:
The offshore fleet had a beautiful fall day fishing catching TUNA, WAHOO, MAHI.There were also several flags flying with releases of SAILFISH and WHITE MARLIN.

TIDES: A.M. P.M.
HIGH 4:39 4:56
LOW 10:40 11:30

AIR TEMPERATURE:
High of 73°

WATER TEMPERATURES:
OCEAN 73°
SOUND 74°

WIND: SW @ 4

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TW’s Daily Fishing Report

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Good Friday morning from the Outer Banks!
October 1st is here and it’s the beginning of beach driving in Nags Head/Kill Devil Hills. Stop in and get your permit today!

Pier Fishing Report:
The piers had a good day Thursday with SPANISH MACKEREL, BLUES, SPOT, ALBACORE, POMPANO, SEA MULLET and CROAKER.

Surf Fishing Report:
It was a beautiful fall day on the beaches yesterday! There were SEA MULLET, BLACK DRUM, PUPPY DRUM, LARGE DRUM, POMPANO, SPOT and TROUT caught from the surf.

Inshore/Sound Fishing Report:
*It is opening day of Striper season in the sound. They must be 18″ and your allowed 1 per person per day.
There were limits of TROUT and DRUM caught yesterday. They also caught nice size FLOUNDER and STRIPER.

Neashore Fishing Report:
The nearshore boats had a great day with fishing! They came back with catches of KING MACKEREL, SPANISH MACKEREL, RIBBON FISH, FALSE ALBACORE and BLUE FISH.

Offshore Fishing Report:
The offshore fleet had an excellent day of catching WAHOO, YELLOWFIN TUNA, MAHI MAHI and BLACKFIN TUNA. They also had releases of SAILFISH and WHITE MARLIN.

TIDES: A.M. P.M.
HIGH 4:02 4:21
LOW 9:51 10:15

AIR TEMPERATURE:
High of 72°

WATER TEMPERATURES:
OCEAN 73°
SOUND 74°

WIND: NE 10-15

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TW’s Daily Fishing Report

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Beach driving opens October 1st for Nags Head and Kill Devil Hills beaches

The Nags Head store will have the permits mid to late day Thursday September 30th. The fee is $25.00 for a seasonal permit and $10.00 for a 14 day permit, Payable with cash or check. If paying with cash we prefer exact amount. In addition to payment, the following information will need to be provided:
Driver’s license, proof of insurance and vehicle’s registration.

Pier Fishing Report:
Fishing from the piers was excellent Wednesday! They had catches of FALSE ALBACORE, CROAKER, SEA MULLET, SPANISH MACKEREL, BLUE FISH, POMPANO, RIBBON FISH, BLACK DRUM, BLACK SEA BASS, SPECKLED TROUT and FLOUNDER.

Surf Fishing Report:
Fishing from the beaches was just as good with BLUE FISH, POMPANO, SEA MULLET, BLACK DRUM, PUPPY DRUM, SPOT and CROAKER.
Bait of choice being shrimp, mullet and lug worm.

Inshore/Sound Fishing Report:
Sound fishing continues to be extremely good with PUPPY DRUM, SPECKLED TROUT, LARGE DRUM, STRIPER and FLOUNDER.

Neashore Fishing REPORT:
Nearshore boats had a beautiful fall day catching KING MACKEREL, SPANISH MACKEREL, FALSE ALBACORE, RIBBON FISH and BLUE FISH.

Offshore Fishing Report:
There were only a handful of offshore boats that went out yesterday. The ones that did go came back with MAHI, YELLOWFIN, BLACKFIN and BIGEYE TUNA. They also had a few WHITE MARLIN RELEASES.

TIDES: A.M. P.M.
HIGH 2:45 3:17
LOW 8:42 10:06

AIR TEMPERATURE:
High of 73°

WATER TEMPERATURES:
OCEAN 75°
SOUND 75°

WIND: N 5-10

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TW’s Daily Fishing Report

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STOP ON IN AND SIGN UP TODAY for the TW’s 2021 1st annual trout fishing tournament Fish For The Fallen will run from 9/11-11/11 with the winners being announced at the annual oyster roast.

Beach driving opens October 1st for Nags Head and Kill Devil Hills beaches

We received word that our Nags Head store will have the permits mid to late day Thursday September 30th. The fee is $25.00 for a seasonal permit and $10.00 for a 14 day permit, Payable with cash or check. In addition to payment, the following information will need to be provided:
Driver’s license, proof of insurance and vehicle’s registration.

Fall fishing is here yall! Tuesday was an all around great fishing day!

Pier Fishing Report:
The piers were busy with angler’s catching SPANISH MACKEREL, BLUE FISH, SEA MULLET, PUPPY DRUM, POMPANO, BLACK DRUM and CROAKER.

Surf Fishing Report:
What a beautiful beach day it was! They were catching BLUE FISH, PUPPY DRUM, POMPANO, SEA MULLET, BLACK DRUM and FLOUNDER from the surf.

Inshore/Sound Fishing Report:
Fishing in the sound was excellent with limits of SPECKLED TROUT and PUPPY DRUM. They were catching FLOUNDER and STRIPER as well.

Neashore Fishing Report:
Nearshore boats had fun reeling in SPANISH MACKEREL, RIBBON FISH, FALSE ALBACORE and KING MACKEREL.

Offshore Fishing Report:
The offshore boats came back to the dock with the catches of YELLOWFIN & BLACKFIN TUNA, MAHI MAHI, WAHOO and BONITA. There were also releases of SAIL FISH and WHITE MARLIN.

TIDES: A.M. P.M.
HIGH 1:37 2:10
LOW 7:37 9:07

AIR TEMPERATURE:
High of 74°

WATER TEMPERATURES:
OCEAN 75°
SOUND 75°

WIND: N @ 15

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TW’s Daily Fishing Report

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STOP ON IN AND SIGN UP TODAY for the TW’s 2021 1st annual trout fishing tournament Fish For The Fallen will run from 9/11-11/11 with the winners being announced at the annual oyster roast.

Beach driving opens October 1st for Nag Head and Kill Devil Hills beaches

We received word that our Nags Head store will have the permits mid to late day Thursday September 30th. The fee is $25.00 for the seasonal permit and $10.00 for a 14 day permit, Payable with cash or check. In addition to payment, the following information will need to be provided:
Driver’s license, proof of insurance and the vehicle’s registration.

Monday was a beautiful fall fishing day here on the Outer Banks!
The fish were biting and there were plenty caught!

Pier Fishing Report:
The piers had a mix of SPANISH MACKEREL, BLUE FISH, BLACK DRUM, POMPANO, FLOUNDER, SEA MULLET and RIBBON FISH.

Surf Fishing Report:
Off the beaches they were catching SEA MULLET, POMPANO, BLUE FISH, BLACK DRUM and PUPPY DRUM.

Inshore/Sound Fishing Report:
The Inshore boats had limits of PUPPY DRUM and SPECKLED TROUT as well as releases of STRIPER.

Neashore Fishing Report:
Nearshore had a great day with KING MACKEREL, SPANISH MACKEREL, RIBBON FISH and ALBACORE.

Offshore Fishing Report:
The Offshore fleet had an excellent day with YELLOWFIN, BLACKFIN, MAHI MAHI and released BLUE and WHITE MARLIN.

TIDES: A.M. P.M.
HIGH 12:43 1:13
LOW 6:42 8:00

AIR TEMPERATURE:
High of 83°

WATER TEMPERATURES:
OCEAN 75°
SOUND 73°

WIND: SW @ 5-10

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TW’s Daily Fishing Report

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STOP ON IN AND SIGN UP TODAY for the TW’s 2021 1st annual trout fishing tournament Fish For The Fallen will run from 9/11-11/11 with the winners being announced at the annual oyster roast.

What a beautiful weekend of fishing it was! The Offshore and nearshore guys were able to get back out there and came back with coolers full!
The piers had an excellent weekend as well! It is definitely fall fishing here on the Outer Banks!

Pier Fishing Report:
There were BLUE FISH, SEA MULLET, FALSE ALBACORE, PUPPY DRUM, CROAKER, BLACK DRUM and large DRUM caught of the piers.

Surf Fishing Report:
From the beaches there were SEA MULLET, small BLACK DRUM, BLUE FISH, PUPPY DRUM as well as larger DRUM caught.

Inshore/Sound Fishing Report:
The Inshore boats came back to the docks with limits of PUPPY DRUM, TROUT and BLUE FISH. They also caught and released STRIPER and FLOUNDER.

Neashore Fishing Report:
Nearshore boats had an excellent day of catching BLUE FISH, KING MACKEREL and SPANISH MACKEREL.

Offshore Fishing Report:
The offshore fleet hit the docks with YELLOW and BLACK FIN TUNA, MAHI MAHI, WAHOO and SEA BASS. They also had releases of BLUE AND WHITE MARLIN.

TIDES: A.M. P.M.
HIGH ——- 12:23
LOW 5:55 7:01

AIR TEMPERATURE:
High of 77°

WATER TEMPERATURES:
OCEAN 75°
SOUND 73°

WIND: W @ 5-10mph.

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