Corolla Fish Report

OBX Bait and Tackle Corolla Outer Banks, Corolla Fish Report
Thursday, June 3, 2021
Offshore from Oregon Inlet
Inshore from Oregon Inlet
Corolla to Nags Head Piers
Corolla to Nags Head Surf
Corolla to Nags Head Sound

   Need water we have plenty this morning. Looks like we have a couple of days of rain today and tomorrow and will be on and off showers. It is pouring this morning but down south the charters are running today the rain is to the north of them so if you have one scheduled today or tomorrow don't panic you can still get out and they are catching fish.
  The picture above was set in by Trent with his catch that he caught keep on fishing Trent!! and thanks for the report.
  The surf fishing was really good in the morning and really turned on in the late afternoon and shrimp was what they wanted and nothing else. A lot of good size mullet last night and as soon as it hits the water you have one on. There were some drum reported yesterday and not much in the bluefish or trout department. We have been seeing the water at 66 degrees but in the late afternoon it's creeping up to 68 so we are looking good then and we start to see the high tide cycle come back around this weekend to align itself with the evening fishing so you folks coming up next week are looking good if the weather cooperates. I think we will be off to a soggy start next week but we will have to wait and see.
  The piers off to a good start this morning with black drum, Spanish, blues, flounder, and mullet. I am not sure why we are not seeing as many Spanish and bluefish here however the conditions are the same as just to the south. They maybe holding just out of reach of the surf fishermen on the other side of the sand bar is all I can figure out.
  The nearshore boats are out and they are on Spanish and bluefish with trigger and sea bass this morning and they will have an eye out for cobia in the area as well. On the inside trout and drum are on the menu for today. The offshore fleet was out yesterday and landed limits of mahi, yellowfin, blackfin, bigeye tunas. The billfish were there as well with sails, white and blue marlin, tiles, and grouper for the bottom feeders were caught so not a bad day for the folks offshore!!

Charters don't miss out on some good fishing right now and book ahead of time slots are filling up fast!!

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OBX Bait and Tackle Corolla Outer Banks

815 Ocean Trail
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