Corolla Fish Report

OBX Bait and Tackle Corolla Outer Banks, Corolla Fish report
Thursday, September 10, 2020
Offshore from Oregon Inlet
Inshore from Oregon Inlet
Corolla to Nags Head Piers
Corolla to Nags Head Surf
Corolla to Nags Head Sound

   Well, we have a wet and soggy start today. It really has been a rough one for these beachgoers this week. This is really the worst we have had in quite a while. Despite the bad weather, drum fishing has been good up here. Justin down around pine Island landed a couple more drums that hit on a silver spoon when it was just about to come out of the water, that's how close these fish can be. Most of the fish are hitting the fresh mullet and I hope to get some more on Friday with any luck. But using fish bites or shrimp or worms should catch you some fresh mullet to use. Even with the tackle shortage, there are different ways to rig to catch these guys. Example you don't need to buy a rig when you can make one out of the line on your pole and you can use different size hooks on it, it's quick and easy to do. Yes, I would rather sell you rigs but with the current shortages, we just need to be smart. Along with the drum we are seeing croakers, mullet, spot, and small pompano with a few spanish and blues.
   The piers this morning mainly getting drum, spot, mullet, and spanish. The nearshore fleet are getting albacore, spanish, bluefish, and king mackerel. The offshore guys had a great day with a bunch of white marlins and even brought home some table far with good numbers of yellowfin and mahi.

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OBX Bait and Tackle Corolla Outer Banks

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