Corolla Fish Report

Wednesday, October 14, 2020
Offshore from Oregon Inlet
Inshore from Oregon Inlet
Corolla to Nags Head Piers
Corolla to Nags Head Surf
Corolla to Nags Head Sound

  A good afternoon bite. Our very own reporter Matthew up on the 4x4 beach chimed in and said the afternoon action picked up despite the ruff current. With any luck, the current will start to die off. Some are saying it is a little better today but I am still seeing some heavy weights go out. This is when it makes it hard to fish if you don't have the heavy gear. Just be patient and you should be able to get the lighter stuff out there before the end of the week with any luck. We are still getting drum, sharks, mullet, croaker, blues, and pompano. The fish seem to be hitting on just about everything. We finally got fresh mullet in late last night but shrimp fish bites and sand fleas have worked as well. Mix bag off the piers with drum, mullet, a king mackerel off of Jennette's blow toads and black drum. The nearshore having some wind to deal with today and getting spanish with trout, drum and stripers around the inlet. Offshore returned with yellowfin, blackfin, wahoo, and mahi for dinner. That's it in a nutshell till tomorrow or I should say Friday we are closed on Thursday I have to dash back to the doctors oh boy yea.

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