Corolla Fish Report

Saturday, August 1, 2020
Offshore from Oregon Inlet
Inshore from Oregon Inlet
Corolla to Nags Head Piers
Corolla to Nags Head Surf
Corolla to Nags Head Sound

   Here we go change over Saturday and a storm on the way, it's going to be a rough and bumpy week. We had a good last week and we had mostly mullet, croaker, and spot with some pompano and some blues up on the 4x4 beach. The water is at 66 this morning and the waves will begin to build up. Today 2 to 3 foot but still fishable. The rip current will start to build so it a really good idea to stay out of the water you can fish from shore easily. Don't go wading out to cast you can get swept away in a flash it happens several times a year and it just isn't a good way to start a vacation. We may see some other varieties of fish come in with the rougher ocean bit eventually it will be hard to hold bottom.
  Special shoot outs to Adam this morning on his croakers and a great morning shot. We also have a young Ridley of 12 years from PA getting his feet wet with surf fishing and is having a great time getting with some mullet and croakers. Great job everyone and thanks for the pictures we love to get them !!
  The piers today have mullet, croaker, spot, and triggers on them. The nearshore fleet has had ribbons some albacore, spanish, blues this week and the inside has drum and trout. The offshore fleet will be tied up for a few days with the storm coming in.
  Those of you that have charters scheduled this week you have been given a number to your captain and you may call it to get updated weather reports or to be rescheduled for later in the week. The earlier you take care of this the better the last half of the week will fill up with having to push schedules around.
  We will keep you up to date.

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