Corolla Fish Report

Thursday, July 28, 2022
Offshore from Oregon Inlet
Inshore from Oregon Inlet
Corolla to Nags Head Piers
Corolla to Nags Head Surf
Corolla to Nags Head Sound

   Not a Fun Thursday!! So today there seems to be some clarifying on a report and or a comment that I made originally on FB and has now come full circle. The first 3 photos are of a young man named Gabe who shared his shark catch with the shop, in fact, he was in the shop and a nice young man and is treating the shark correctly so well done Gabe!! So I am getting a lot of e-mails from a comment on FB on which I left a comment on someone else's post from my wife's phone for which I got an ear full for doing that. I simply said in the comment section that was disrespectful, that's it and I am catching a bunch of slack for it. The last picture at the top of the page is a print from someone that lives up there and posted it and made a comment on my fish report. Some of the e-mails are that I need to have my facts straight before I post something well I am telling you to do the same because we are not talking about the same shark. Over the years I have a lot of photos of fish laying on the beach and I can tell you without a dought that they didn't just wash up on shore not to mention what I hear in this shop of what people are doing out there. So I will not retract any statements I have made because I am correct in what I said so let this please be the end of this matter.

  Fishing along the beach has been good to some folks with some good size mullets and spot and croakers. Shark fishing continues to be a big draw and there are plenty being caught. Sound side fishing is pretty good in the morning before the water heats up and our captain over there has had red drum, black drum, sheepshead, and all the perch and catfish you want. The piers were a little slow this morning. The nearshore fleet getting ribbonfish and Spanish. Offshore Tuna, and mahi. The water temp is 69.

Charters for next week we have just call the shop for details and availability.

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OBX Bait & Tackle Corolla Outer Banks

815 Ocean Trail
Unit B
(252) 453-3339