Corolla Fish Report

Wednesday, May 24, 2023
Offshore from Oregon Inlet
Inshore from Oregon Inlet
Corolla to Nags Head Piers
Corolla to Nags Head Surf
Corolla to Nags Head Sound

  Rough and Tough week! The wind continues to plague us this week and I believe it dies down somewhat tomorrow before it picks back up on Friday. Earlier this week we did have some action but I was out of the shop, unfortunately. As I reported yesterday Kenzie bagged her first fish and Dominic sent in his photo of a 28" striper and buy the looks of the second pic I am positive it eas dinner. Jason sent in a photo of his striper and his dad nailed a nice black drum so well done everybody I know it wasn't the best condition but you did manage to get some quality fish and goes to show you that patients do pay off sometimes. Not many anglers out this morning it's just nasty out. The boats as I said yesterday have been running and there have been some nice fish caught both inshore and offshore. Not sure if anyone will be running the rest of the week but if you went out earlier this week you scored. There was good fishing inshore for trout and blues and cobia while offshore continued to catch tuna, wahoo, mahi, marlin, and tilefish. Up here in Corolla our boat was just forced to shut down yesterday due to the wind blowing all the water out of the sound and it happens when the wind is this strong and there has been good fishing up here on the sound. I think we are going to warm up next week and if it can be consistent in any way we may begin to see the start of some good June fishing!!

We are getting early bookings for June so don't miss out and reserve your spot today 50 bucks will hold your spot to have a great day on the water call the shop to book your trip and we thank you.

OBX Bait & Tackle Corolla Outer Banks

815 Ocean Trail
Unit B
(252) 453-3339