Corolla Fish Report

Saturday, September 5, 2020
Offshore from Oregon Inlet
Inshore from Oregon Inlet
Corolla to Nags Head Piers
Corolla to Nags Head Surf
Corolla to Nags Head Sound

   Going to be a windy one today and looks like tomorrow too. Last week was a good week for fishing and we move into a new change over today, so we will see how things go. On the sound side, the fishing doesn't sound too bad these pictures were just sent in and there has been some good drum fishing lately over there. The pictures came from Teresa but I am not sure who caught the fish but no matter still a nice catch keep up the good work and thanks for the picture. We should see the drum fishing pick up in the surf this week. The drum seem to come and play in the rougher water. The mullet, croaker, and spot should stick around. The bait has been fish bites, shrimp, and blood worm. We also have fresh mullet in the store for you this week. We are also seeing a lot of people coming in for shark fishing this week so we will see how they do. I hear there is a bunch of good size spanish around Avalon pier and the others have mullet, pompano, and bluefish. The nearshore boats have ribbons, albacore, spanish and some cobia were caught. Out at the wrecks, there are sea bass and triggers. The offshore fishing is going to be a bumpy ride today and tomorrow but the north wind seems to bring in the fish. There have been some big wahoo come in last week with a bunch of blue marlins, white marlin, sailfish, some mahi, and the black and yellowfin are coming back, so great fishing offshore.

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