Corolla Fish Report

Wednesday, June 22, 2022
Offshore from Oregon Inlet
Inshore from Oregon Inlet
Corolla to Nags Head Piers
Corolla to Nags Head Surf
Corolla to Nags Head Sound

    Well done Whensday. We have had some really nice weather this week and we do see some possible bad weather moving in around 6 tonight so beware. Just thunderstorms but you never know what you will get from these. Melanie sent in her picture of her best catch so far this week of a real pretty drum and I understand she has had bluefish and mullet fearing her fishing skills as well great job Melanie and thanks for sharing the photo. James sent in another pic and he caught some flounder, thanks, James. The fishing this week has been fairly good we have seen a good number of some slot size drum hit the beach and the frying pan and that really is the best thing happening. The bluefish and mullet I believe have been small and the flounder are bitting but still out of season till September 1st. I did speak to one angler that caught a decent size bluefish on a spoon and when he was reeling it in something else tried to eat it so it doesn't hurt to throw some lures around occasionally you never know. We are not seeing or I have not heard of any bait balls in the water recently the fishing has been good but we are not seeing schooling fish. On the piers this morning so far they are getting blues, croaker, and trout. The offshore action is just that with plenty of yellowfin hitting the rail along with big eyes, mahi, wahoo, and a few blue marlins chewing up some lures with one tipping the scales at 605#s so the blues are starting to show. Nearshore boat fishing has improved with ribbonfish, amberjacks, triggerfish, drum, and dogfish with trout on the inside. So overall the fishing is good!!

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OBX Bait & Tackle Corolla Outer Banks

815 Ocean Trail
Unit B
(252) 453-3339