Corolla Fish Report

Thursday, September 30, 2021
Offshore from Oregon Inlet
Inshore from Oregon Inlet
Corolla to Nags Head Piers
Corolla to Nags Head Surf
Corolla to Nags Head Sound

   Good day everyone and we have blues skies and crisp morning with little to no wind this morning. The waves are at 1 to 2 feet with a 75-degree water temp. I had some good reports off of the beach yesterday with a pretty good bite on some big reds up on the 4x4 beach right at the state line and there are quite a few folks up there fishing for them. I heard the largest was 49" and they have all been good size. There are also puppies out there in the slot and just over the slot also being caught. More reports of trout which is a good sign not in big numbers but they are out there. In that mix there is a lot of smaller black drum, pompano, mullet, and croakers hitting the lines and overall it is keeping the fishermen happy and busy. Some bluefish and Spanish also have come in so not too bad when it's all said and done.
   Congratulations to Dave Pylar he was just in and sent this pic in of his big red and his first one I believe he comes down a couple of times a year and has been trying for one of these for some time now he's hooked!! Good job Dave and thanks for the report and pic!!
  The piers this morning have Spanish, blues, and a few banded rudderfish. The nearshore boats back in action with albacore, king mackerel, Spanish and ribbons is what's for dinner. The offshore fleet had a great day and saw some big eye tuna come to the rail with yellowfin, blackfin, mahi, wahoo, and white marlin so a good mix out in the gulf and you just can't beat that.

For charters, it looks like we will see some big waves over the weekend but we should be good to go for next week just call and reserve your spot today we have all trips available from 1/2 day to all day.

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OBX Bait & Tackle Corolla Outer Banks

815 Ocean Trail
Unit B
(252) 453-3339