Corolla Fish Report

Wednesday, May 11, 2022
Offshore from Oregon Inlet
Inshore from Oregon Inlet
Corolla to Nags Head Piers
Corolla to Nags Head Surf
Corolla to Nags Head Sound

  Wicked wild windy Wednesday!! That's the only thing we can call it. I'm saying this the wind won't go away until Friday morning despite what the weatherman is saying there wrong. I feel sorry for the folks up here this week there is not an option to do much of anything. You cant fish on either side ocean or sound side, it's practically impossible to BBQ, pool swimming maybe, or just hit the hot tub at best. Even after this passes the water will be churned up for a couple of days to be sure for everyone that's coming in next week and I can already hear the questions How's the fishing been? Huh. I guess not everyone reads my report go figure. Well, you can imagine there is just no report to give by my ranting but I like to put something out there. The pics above were just before this nasty storm came in and the cobia season is just starting and our captain Marcus on the Virginia Dare sent in these fine pictures and that's how you imagine a vacation should be. Currently, big waves, no beach, cold, and windy, and the water temp is 60.

  If you're coming up in the next couple of weeks we do have some openings on the charter fleet and we hope the fishing gets back to normal. The cobia just started to run and the drum fishing was very good also with good signs as the Spanish and bluefish had just started to bite also. There are also drum and trout on the bayside and the fishing should come back as soon as this low pressure moves off. You can call the shop and book a charter trip of your own we are standing by to guide you along and we thank you

OBX Bait & Tackle Corolla Outer Banks

815 Ocean Trail
Unit B
(252) 453-3339