Corolla Fish Report

OBX Bait and Tackle Corolla Outer Banks, Corolla Fish Report
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Offshore from Oregon Inlet
Inshore from Oregon Inlet
Corolla to Nags Head Piers

     Good Morning from Corolla the water today is at 75 degrees and the waves are at 1 to 2 feet. Overall fishing is pretty good some anglers having a tough time while others doing well. We had a local in yesterday and reported the first Red Drum hitting the beach yesterday up in Corova and I'm hearing reports that they are catching them up further north of us. But right now we have Puppy Drum most of them have just been a little under size but there have been some keepers. We also have some good size Mullet, Croakers, Spot, Black Drum and some Bluefish moving in close. Fresh Mullet has been very hard to come by so fisherman listen up we can only get it when the commercial guy's get it and that's not often right now so don't be shocked if we don't have it. I have had people in the store looking for it and tell me the caught some and threw it back? If you catch one you might want to consider keeping it for bait just an Idea.

The Pier's were slow yesterday so not much to report.

Inshore had Flounder, Trout and Puppy Drum. Nearshore had Bluefish, Spanish. Off Shore Limits Of Mahi, Yellowfin some Blackfin Good Wahoo along with Sailfish, Blue Marlin and White Marlin It was just a good day offshore.

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