Welcome to TW’s Bait and Tackle

About TW's Bait and Tackle:

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  • Address: 815 Ocean Trl # B Corolla 27927 Click for map
  • Phone: (252) 453-3339
  • Latitude: 36.328336
  • Longitude: -75.816
  • Payment: Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover accepted.
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  • Marina: TW's has THREE locations: Corolla, Kitty Hawk & Nags Head
  • Services: Help and educate the new angler as well as learn from the seasoned pro.
  • Merchandise: All your fishing and hunting needs!
Welcome to TW’s Bait and Tackle

TW’s Bait and Tackle’s goal is to help and educate the new angler as well as learn from the seasoned pro. Let TW’s be your fishing CONNECTION here on the Outer Banks! Stop by any one of our TWO locations, weigh your fish, and share your BIG fish story.

T W’s Bait & Tackle - Kitty Hawk Store
3864 N Croatan Highway
Kitty Hawk, NC 27959
Phone: (252) 261-7848

T W’s Bait & Tackle - Nags Head Store
2230 S Croatan Highway
Nags Head, NC 27959
Phone: (252) 441-4807


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Fish We Catch:


Cobia

Amberjack

Bluefish

Dolphin

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Fishing Report:


TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 10/31/14

Fri, October 31st 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Hatteras Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Fishing was good from the surf yesterday as expected. Drum, Black Drum and Sea Mullet caught from all our beaches. Lots of Bluefish caught on metal yesterday at the inlet. It will be another good day for fishing. Wind is NE at 23 and the water temp has dropped again to 63. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported few Trout and Flounder. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Big Drum blitz going on at Avalon Pier. 42 as I speak. 8:30 am, Lots of Sea Mullet. Nags Head: Sea Mullet. Jennette’s: Bluefish, Sea Mullet, Gray Trout and Croaker. Outer Banks: Sea Mullet. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: One inshore boat braved the rough conditions and caught 24 Drum. Offshore Boats Report: The blow kept the boats at the docks.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 10/30/14

Thu, October 30th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: A few Sea Mullet and Black Drum and small Trout caught yesterday. It’s chilly this morning. The wind has switched to NE and blowing 18-25. Water temp is 66 degrees. This weather is going to hang through Monday with bigger winds this weekend. This is Drum Weather. Puppy Drum are bottom feeders. You can use a bottom rig with fresh mullet, menhaden or spot for bait. I use a triple swivel rig most of the time. Find a good slough. Sometimes those buggers are right in the wash at your feet. Let me know what’s happening and send pictures. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported no keeper Trout and throw back Drum. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: One Big Drum, No small stuff. Nags Head: Slow. Jennette’s: One Skate. Outer Banks: Slow. It’s early yet. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Inshore fleet caught False Albacore, good catches of Sheepshead and Red Drum measuring 50+inches. The headboat sailed yesterday and caught Flounder, Sea Mullet, Bluefish and Croakers. Offshore Boats Report: The Bluewater Fleet sailed and brought in Blackfin, Yellowfon, Dolphin, 2 Wahoo and had 2 sailfish releases.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 10/28/14

Tue, October 28th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: The wind is light and the water is calm and clear. The wind is SW at 10 and the water temp is 66 degrees. Should be good Bluefish and some Trout today. Bluefish likes clear water because they feed by site. When the water is clear they can be caught on jiggers. Bluefish can be caught on cut bait and bottom rigs when the water is cloudy. Pier fishermen fish with “Got-chas”. Fishermen can keep 15 Bluefish per person a day and only 5 Bluefish greater than 24 in TL. There is no minimum size limit. There were Bluefish and Drum caught yesterday and some Flounder at Coquina beach. I have pictures of Shark caught the last couple of days. I have to admit; I have a terrible time identifying Sharks when someone writes in and ask. They all look alike to me. I have the guys in the store to keep me honest. I do know when I have caught a Dogfish. Douglas Huber caught his from the Avalon pier and fought for 1 ½ hrs before he got it to the beach. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported lots of Trout this morning. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: 4 Drum early, big whopper Drum school came by recently, everyone hooked up but no catches. Also, Bluefish and Croaker. Lots of Bait in the water. Nags Head: Blues, Trout and Spot. Jennette’s: Bluefish, Trout, Black Drum and Pigs Outer Banks: Good run of Blues and Black Drum. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: One inshore had great returns with Puppy Drum and specks. Offshore Boats Report: Few boats sailed yesterday, but the fishing was good. They brought in Dolphin, Yellowfin, Blackfin, and False Albacore. Ten Wahoo were caught, one citation 63 pounder. Released a Blue Marlin. .

TW’s Daily Fishing Report 10/27/14

Mon, October 27th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: Sunday we had scattered Drum, small Trout and few Bluefish on our beaches with some Sea Mullet. We have NE winds at 4 kts. Water is flat, little murky and the temp is 66 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported very slow. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: 4 Red Drum, Puppy Drum lots of nice Bluefish and Trout. All piers had a great weekend. Nags Head: Trout, Blues and Spot. Jennette’s: Bluefish and Trout. Outer Banks: Black Drum. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Inshore caught Drum and Bluefish. Nearshore reported Bluefish. Offshore Boats Report: The offshore fleet filled their boxes with Yellowfin and Blackfin. There were plenty Wahoo, some citations.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 10/26/14

Sun, October 26th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Surf fishing was good yesterday. There were Sea Mullet, Trout and Drum caught. I was at the Inlet and watched Sharon Newbold catch her 2nd nice Drum of the day. I was glad to see Katherine Murray back on the beach. We have another beautiful day. More wind today at 15 kts. Its NW and the water is clear, temp is 66 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported loads of Trout and not one keeper in the bunch. I was told there were at least 50 people fishing the bridge early morning. That is a lot of togetherness. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: One Red Drum, Specks and Bluefish Nags Head: Slow. Jennette’s: Bluefish. Outer Banks: Mullet, Bluefish and Spot. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The Inlet boat reported plenty of Stripers. And the nearshore boats filled their boxes with Bluefish. Offshore Boats Report: The boats finally got to sail again. It was a good day. They had great catches of Yellowfin, Blackfin, Dolphin and limits of Tilefish. There were also citation Wahoo and one White Marlin release.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 10/25/14

Sat, October 25th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Two citation Sea Mullet were weighed in on Friday. JoAnne Willis caught a 1 lb 14 oz and Ann Kinbroughs weighed in at 1.95 #. M. Wells caught a whopper Drum from the Duck surf. A fish story from Don Hall. Hooked a Trout, whole rig came off. An hour later, reeled the same fish in with my lost rig still hooked. Don caught 5 keeper Trout and a 20 lb Red. His comment, “Loving life”. (Pictures). Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported lots of Trout this morning with plenty of keepers. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Big run of nice Spot. Nags Head: Nice Spot. Small Trout. Jennette’s: Spot, Bluefish and Gray Trout. Outer Banks: Blues, Sea Mullet and Trout. Good Puppy run yesterday and one Red Drum last night. Conditions same today. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: One inshore boat fished and caught Drum. One Drum weighed 75 lbs. Miss Oregon was able to sail bringing home catches of Blues and Trout. Offshore Boats Report: The fleet stayed at home again yesterday.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 10/24/14

Fri, October 24th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report. The wind is NW this morning at 13. The water is fairly clear and calm considering the weather for the last few days. There are Drum and Sea Mullet on our beaches. I have a picture this morning of Ken Turlington with his kill. Ken is a local who does a lot of Boar hunting on the Outer Banks this time of the year. Keep in mind; we have a great selection of hunting supplies in our store. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported a few small no keeper Stripers also known as Rock Peebles. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: 10 big Dum, Sea Mullet and Croaker. Nags Head: Black Drum and Sea Mullet. Jennette’s: Skate. Outer Banks: 3 Drum and Sea Mullet. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Rough water made fishing a little tough but the inshore boats caught Drum and the Nearshore boats caught Bluefish. Offshore Boats Report: The offshore boats did not sail.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 10/23/14

Thu, October 23rd 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: NW winds are 20-30. Water temp at a new low, 66 degrees. Surf fishing would be tough today. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported slow. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: 2 Red Drum. Nags Head: Slow. Jennette’s: Slow. Outer Banks: 2 people fishing. They have 10 oz weights and the grass taking it right down the beach. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The inshore boats fished despite the weather. They caught plenty of Drum and Sheepshead. Offshore Boats Report: Gusting winds kept the fleet at the docks. Click on pictures to enlarge.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 10/22/14

Wed, October 22nd 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: Anglers caught Drum and Blues Tuesday. There were small Trout reported up and down our beaches yesterday. The NW wind is 17 this morning and gusting. The water is clear and calm, temp is 68 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported small Trout yesterday, Slow this morning. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Sea Mullet and Pompano. Lost a big Drum. Nags Head: Spot, Sea Mullet and Croaker. Jennette’s: Bluefish. Outer Banks: Sea Mullet and a Pompano. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The nearshore boats had good catches of Bluefish. The inshore charters reported a mix of Sea Bass, Drum, Trout, Bluefish, and Triggers Offshore Boats Report: Blue Water fleet brought Yellowfin, Blackfin, some Dolphin, few Wahoo and a King Mackerel back to the docks.

TW’s Daily fishing report. 10/21/14

Tue, October 21st 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: There were Drum beached, scattered Sea Mullet and few Spot on our Northern beaches yesterday. Fishing should improve some today. Water is cleaner. We have SW wind at 7 and the water temp is 68 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported slow. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: 2 Red Drum, Sea Mullet, and one citation. Nags Head: Trout, Spot, Croaker, Sea Mullet and Pompano. Jennette’s: Gray Trout, Blues and Black Drum. Outer Banks: Trout, Gray Trout, Black Drum and nice Sea Mullet. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore anglers brought in Triggers, Blues and Sea Bass. Nearshore caught Gray Trout, some Flounder, and plenty of Red Drum. Offshore Boats Report: The fleet had good catches of Dolphin, some Yellowfin and Blackfin, few Wahoo, Tilefish and False Albacore.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 10/20/14

Mon, October 20th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Hatteras Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: The fishing was tough yesterday with rough nasty water and loads of grass. TW’s Wheeler Johnson and friend J. T. Davis manage to catch 3 at Oregon Inlet. They were using 8 oz’s and it was not holding. Luke Kiger caught Bluefish, Pinfish and no keeper Stripers fishing the public docks under the bridge across from Pirates Cove. A good place to fish when surf fishing conditions are tough. A better fishing day today. The winds are W at 5 and the water temp has dropped to 68 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported a good Striper weekend. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Mullet, Trout and Bluefish. Nags Head: Spot, Croaker, Mullet and Trout. Jennette’s: Spot, small Flounder, Bluefish and Gray Trout. Outer Banks: A Pompano, Black Drum and Bluefish. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: No report. Rough conditions. Offshore Boats Report: The fleet did not sail yesterday due to high winds. Click on pictures to enlarge.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 10/19/14

Sun, October 19th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Water is good for catching Drum this morning. Yesterday there were a few Drum, Spot and Sea Mullet scattered. We have NW winds at 14 and the water temp is 70 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported slow Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Slow. Nags Head: Nags Head pier is the hot spot. Catching Drum as we speak. (9:15) has caught 7. Jennette’s: a 45 in Drum and Skate. Outer Banks: Slow, a small Flounder. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The inshore boats reported a good day catching Red Drum, Gray Trout, Spot and Sheepshead. Nearshore had another good Bluefish day. Offshore Boats Report: Excellent fishing again yesterday for the offshore fleet. There were plenty of Yellowfin, Blackfin, Dolphin and a 141 lb Big-eye. There were King Mackerel, Tilefish, Black tip Shark and several citation Wahoo also caught. Some Billfish were released. White Marlin and 319 # Blue Marlin.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 10/18/14

Sat, October 18th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Surf fishing is slow overall. Scattered Sea Mullet, Bluefish and Spot. Have not had a report of any Drum in the last couple of Days. That’s not saying none were caught. The wind is SW at 10 and the water temp is 72 degrees. I expected bigger swells this morning from Hurricane Gonzalo. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported Slow. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Sea Mullet. Nags Head: 19 in Flounder, small Trout Jennette’s: Blues, Trout and 4 Red Drum. Outer Banks: Croaker. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Inshore boats returned with lots of Trout, Blues and limits of Drum. Nearshore had excellent catches of Blues. The Headboat caught Sea Mullet, Flounder and Bluefish. Offshore Boats Report: The Bluewater filled their boxes with Yellowfin and Blackfin. A few Dolphin and Tilefish were caught. A 96 lb Big-eye Tuna was also reeled in. 2 White Marlin and 2 Sailfish were released.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 10/17/14

Fri, October 17th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: North of Oregon Inlet, anglers caught Drum, Sea Mullet, small Spot and no keeper Black Drum. Just a gorgeous day on the Outer Banks! The wind is NW at 7 and the water temp is 72 degree. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported Trout and Stripers on live bait. (Little spot and pinfish). Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: No keeper Trout. Nags Head: Slow. Jennette’s: Bluefish and small Trout. Outer Banks: Pompano. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The inshore anglers reported Gray Trout, Blues and a 7 lb Flounder. Nearshore caught Black Drum, Blues and Spanish. The Headboat had a good day catching a variety. They caught Blues, Spot, Pigs, Blues, Croakers, Pinfish, Sea Mullet and Flounder. Offshore Boats Report: The offshore fleet had good catches of Yellowfin and Blackfin. They also caught several Wahoo and some Dolphin.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 10/16/14

Thu, October 16th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: There were a few Drum caught from the surf on Wednesday. I have a picture 2 caught at ramp 25. It was rough fishing with the high winds and rough water, but the diehards get it done. The wind is SW at 7 this morning and water temp is SW. The sun is shining and it is a beautiful day on the Outer Banks. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported some keeper Stripers and Drum yesterday. Small Trout were also caught. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Small Trout. Nags Head: Spot and Croakers. Jennette’s: Bottom fish. Outer Banks: Bottom fish. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Stayed docked on Wednesday. Offshore Boats Report: None of the fleet left the harbor yesterday due to nasty weather. I borrowed an interesting picture from the fishing center this morning.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 10/15/14

Wed, October 15th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

In Summary: Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: There were Drum and bottom fish caught yesterday. The water was and still is muddy and grassy. The wind is SE at 20 and the water temp is 70 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway caught keeper Stripers, small Trout and some Puppy Drum yesterday. With the wind gusting to 30 today, the bridge would be the place to be. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Catching Red Drum. Not any of the piers are catching bottom fish this morning. Nags Head: Red Drum early and 3 last night. Jennette’s: Red Drum. Big run of Drum last night. Outer Banks: Slow. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: One nearshore boat sailed caught plenty of Bluefish. Miss Oregon Inlet caught Trout, Flounder, Sea Mullet, Bluefish and Croaker. Offshore Boats Report: The fleet is catching plenty of Blackfin and Yellowfin. There was a citation Big-eye caught weighing in at 167 lbs. There were 4 Wahoo caught. Two of them citations.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 10/14/14

Tue, October 14th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: What beautiful weather we are having. The wind is SE at 7 and the water temp is 71 degrees. There were a variety of fish caught. Sea Mullet, small Trout, Spot, Drum, and Flounder. Don’t forget Black Drum regulation has changed. Black Drum- 14-24 in 10/day. One Back Drum per person per day over 25” TL allowed. Ocean keeper Flounder minimum length is 15 in TL. 6 Flounder a day per person. We have regulation sheets in the store. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported nice Trout. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Sea mullet and 3 Red Drum early. Nags Head: Spot, Sea Mullet and Black Drum. Jennette’s: Bluefish, Sea Mullet, no keeper Trout and a 46 in Red Drum. Outer Banks: Mullet, Black Drum and spot. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The inshore fleet caught Trout, Bluefish, Flounder and Sheepshead. Offshore Boats Report: Not many boats sailed yesterday, but for those that did had plenty of Dolphin (a 36 lb citation) good catches of Blackfin and Yellowfin, 4 Wahoo

tw’s Daily fishing Report. 10/13/14

Mon, October 13th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Good Drum fishing on the northern beaches yesterday. Also Sea Mullet, small Trout and Black Drum. There should be more of the same today. The wind is SE this morning. Water is 70 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported slow. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Spot and Drum. Caught more than 50 Reds last night. Nags Head: Sea Mullet and Spot. Jennette’s: Black Drum and 4 Reds. Caught 44 yesterday. Outer Banks: Spot, Black Drum, Croaker, Pompano and 3 Reds. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore caught their limits of Bluefish. Good Bluefish and Puppy Drum catches for Inshore boats. Offshore Boats Report: The high winds kept the fleet laid to the docks again yesterday.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 10/12/14

Sun, October 12th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Hatteras Inlet, Inshore from Ocracoke Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: It was overall slow yesterday for the surf fishermen. We have high NE wind at 23 and the water temp is 70 degrees. It is sweatshirt weather. For the surf fishermen who can brave the wind and rough surf will most likely beach a Drum today. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Roanoke Island causeway reported keeper Stripers and Trout. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: 6 Red Drum this morning. 25 last night. Nags Head: 2 Red Drum. Nothing else biting. Jennette’s: 2 Bull Red Drum, a couple of Croaker. Outer Banks: A couple Spot. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore fleet had a nice catch of Bluefish, Amberjack and Gray Trout. Inshore had plenty of Drum and some Flounder. Miss Oregon Inlet caught Croaker, Sea Mullet and Spot. Offshore Boats Report: Bluewater boats finished with loads of Yellowfin and Blackfin. Plenty of Dolphin and some Wahoo were also caught.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 10/11/14

Sat, October 11th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

The wind is SW at 5 and the water temp is 70 degrees. We have small swells this morning. The ocean is pretty flat. Action is on the slow side. Bottom fish should be caught from deeper sloughs. Sheepshead are biting at the Nags Head pier this morning. Haven’t heard a lot about Sheepshead this year, not even from the Oregon Inlet Bridge. Sheepshead are caught close to pilings and jetties. They travel in schools. They are not easy to catch because they take small bites. You need to use small hooks and bait so they will take the hook. Sand fleas are the choice bait in this area, but they will bite on other bait such as fiddler crabs, mullet and shrimp. With the bigger bait, you have to make sure the point of the hook is in the bait. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported really slow. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Slow. A Gray Trout, small Spot. Nags Head: Trout, Spot and good run of Sheepshead. Jennette’s: Spot, Croaker, Blues and under size Trout. Outer Banks: Slow, a few Spot and Black Drum. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Inshore boats reported Spanish, Red Drum and a few Albacore. Nearshore brought in King Mackerel, Spanish, and excellent catches of Bluefish. Offshore Boats Report: The offshore fleet had a nice catch of Blackfin, Yellowfin and a few Wahoo. They brought in limits of Dolphin, some gaffers and limits of Tilefish.

TW’s Daily Fsihing Report. 10/9/14

Thu, October 9th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: We have high NE winds at 20 this morning. Should be falling out later. The water temp is 70 degrees. Water is rough. Yesterday was slow with a few Sea Mullet, Blues and Spot caught. There should be Drum added to the mix today with the NE wind. When Denny Bomar is not on the Outer Banks aggravating our fish, he is off catching Salmon. Nice Picture. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported limits if Stripers, Croakers and Trout. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Few Spot and 1 keeper Drum. Nags Head: Spot and Blues Jennette’s: Bluefish, Gray Trout, Sea Mullet and Sand Perch. Outer Banks: Slow. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore boats continue catching Bluefish and the inshore boats returning with lots of Drum and some Black tip Sharks. The Headboat continues catching a smorgasbord of keeper Trout, Sea Mullet, Bluefish, 19 in Flounder, Pigs and Pins. Offshore Boats Report: 2 citation Wahoo was brought back to shore yesterday weighing in at 42# and 52#. There were good numbers of Yellowfin, Blackfin and plenty of Dolphin. 2 Blue Marlin releases.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 10/8/14

Wed, October 8th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: The Nags Head annual surf fishing tournament starts tomorrow. Don’t forget TW’s serves hot dogs every year in the Nags Head store parking lot. Be There, Friday beginning at 11 o’clock. Fishing is overall slow. The SW winds will do that. A few bottom fish. I have a hunting picture of Kyle Moore with a Deer he bagged. I have a hunting picture of Kyle Moore with a Deer he bagged in VA. It is a great picture of the deer's antlers. The wind is SW at 14 and the water temp is 70 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The anglers on the Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway are catching plenty of keeper Stripers. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: a few Spot and Sea Mullet. Nags Head: Slow Jennette’s: Bluefish, Sea Mullet, Black Drum, Croaker and Spot. Outer Banks: Cannot contact. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Inshore boats had plenty of Drum action, Also Spot, Gray Trout and Blues. Nearshore boats are catching Blues. It was a good day for the headboat, Miss Oregon Inlet. They caught 10 keeper Trout, Bluefish, Spot, Sea Mullet and Sea Bass. Offshore Boats Report: Wreck fishing boats caught plenty of Tilefish and Black Sea Bass. The fleet had good catches of Yellowfin, Blackfin, Dolphin and some Wahoo. There was a 94 in Blue Marlin release and some White Marlin and Sailfish releases. Click on pictures to enlarge.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 10/7/14

Tue, October 7th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: The action was good yesterday. There were scattered Drum, Bluefish, Sea Mullet and small Trout. Another beautiful day on the Outer Banks. No rain in site until Saturday. We have calm SW winds. The water temp is 70 degrees. Light swells again today. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported small Drum, Stripers and Trout. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Mullet, Spot, Flounder and Trout. Nags Head: Trout, Bluefish and Spot Jennette’s: Gray Trout, Spot and Sand Perch. Outer Banks: Spot, Sea Mullet and Pompano Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The Nearshore boats had a good Bluefish bite and the inshore boats caught Gray Trout, Puppy Drum, Flounder and Blues. Offshore Boats Report: The boats were back in the water yesterday and reported a good day of fishing. There were limits of Dolphin, scattered Blackfin (one 24 lb citation) and Yellowfin. A 49 lb citation Wahoo was also caught. The boats bottom fishing caught Grouper (2 citations, 23 and 26 lb) and Tilefish. One White Marlin released.

TW’s Daily fishing Report, 10/6/14

Mon, October 6th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: The Drum bite continues to be good. Shane Dempsey and sons fishing S. Nags Head caught 8. North of the Inlet and Coquina beach reported good catches of Drum. Small Bluefish and Spot are scattered on the beaches. The wind is SW at 6 this morning. The water is 70 degrees. We have small swells. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway caught Strippers, Trout and Croakers over the weekend. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Sea Mullet and Spot. Nags Head: Spot and a few keeper Drum. Jennette’s: Blues, Spot, Sea Mullet and throwback Trout. Outer Banks: Sea Mullet, Spot and Blues. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Inshore boats caught Drum. Offshore Boats Report: Oregon Inlet boats stayed at the docks. One boat sailed out of Pirates Cove and released 3 Blue marlin and 1 white.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 10/5/14

Sun, October 5th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Scattered Drum on the beaches. Surf fisherman had to deal with grass for the last several days. Mark Andrews kept looking, found a hole in Carova with little grass and caught a 26 ¾ in Pup. Jake Worthington caught 6 citation Red Drum from the Avalon Pier. The wind Is NW at 13 and the water temp is 70 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported one 12 in Striper, other than that, slow. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: A few Spot and Pigs. Caught 5 Drum early morning and 16 last night. Nags Head: Spot and Croaker. A few Drum early. Jennette’s: Croakers Blues and Gray Trout. Outer Banks: Spot. Grass has thinned. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore boats reported good catches of Bluefish and some Trout. While inshore fleet caught Red Drum and Specks. Offshore Boats Report: High winds and rough water made the conditions to tough to sail.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 10/3/14

Fri, October 3rd 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Great surf fishing and Pier fishing yesterday. Plenty of Drum, Spot and some Sea Mullet up and down our beaches. Keep the pictures and catch info coming. We have the same conditions today as yesterday with lighter winds. N winds at 3 and the water temp is 72 degrees Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported Trout and Stripers. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Spot, Sea Mullet and Blues. Nags Head: Spot and Trout. Jennette’s: Spot, Sea Mullet and Blues. Outer Banks: Spot. Filled buckets full yesterday at low tide. One person caught 250 Spot. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Inshore boats reported plenty of Drum. Nearshore fleet brought lots of Bluefish, a few Amberjack, some Sea Mullet, Spanish and Albacore back to the dock. Offshore Boats Report: Only a few boats sailed yesterday but they caught plenty of meat fish. They had catches of Dolphin, Yellowfin, Blackfin, 3 Wahoo, a few Albacore and Jack Crevelle. There were Billfish releases. Wreck fishing trip had their limits of Tilefish.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 10/2/14

Thu, October 2nd 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: There were scattered Drum, Sea Mullet and Bluefish yesterday. Lots of sargrassum seaweed on the beaches. Tough fishing. I have pictures of Drum this morning. Jim LaRock Kayaked is line out after dark and beached this 46 Drum immediately after. It was his first Red Drum. Ken Baker caught his 26 in Drum off the Little Bridge and Bradford Stevens caught a throw back from Kitty Hawk Bay. Trout and Drum fishing was good last fall from the shore all around Kitty Hawk Bay. My neighbors on Bay Drive caught them from their backyards. We have N winds at 9 and the water temp is 72 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported some keeper Stripers yesterday. The Striper season started Oct 1st. 2 per person per day at 18 in TL minimum. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: God run of nice Spot, Bluefish and throwback Trout. Nags Head: Drum, Spot, Croaker and Blues off the end. Jennette’s: Bluefish. Outer Banks: Loads of Spot. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore had a good catch of Bluefish. Inshore caught Spot, Gray Trout and many Drum. Offshore Boats Report: Fishing was slow for the fleet yesterday. They brought in a few Dolphin, Blackfin and Yellowfin.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 9/30/14

Tue, September 30th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Drum are in the surf on all our beaches. Patrick Slack and Mike Walworth caught Drum using cut on whatever (Bluefish, mullet or pompano) on bottom rigs. There were Trout and Bluefish caught yesterday. Conditions are good again today. Should be a good day. The wind is NE at 10 and the water temp is 72 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported nice keeper Trout. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Blues, Pompano, Sea Mullet and Spot. Nags Head: Spot and Croakers. Jennette’s: Bluefish, Trout and Croaker. Outer Banks: 3 Drum, keeper Trout, Spot and a Black Drum. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore fleet caught Albacore and big Amberjack. Inshore boats caught Drum, Trout, and keeper Flounder. Offshore Boats Report: Several bluewater boats went out yesterday. They brought in Yellowfin, Blackfin and limits of Dolphin. The boats also caught some Gaffers, a Wahoo, few Triggers and a nice Barracuda. There were Billfish releases.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 9/29/14

Mon, September 29th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Action was on the slow side for the weekend. There were Drum caught and some Trout. NW winds call for good Drum fishing. Easy to find the sloughs. The piers are already reporting Drum this morning. Puppy Drum are bottom feeders. You can use a bottom rig with fresh mullet, menhaden or spot for bait. I use a triple swivel rig most of the time, and I often catch a Puppy Drum when I am fishing for Trout using lead head jigs with twister tail or grub. Puppy Drum have a minimum length 18”- 27” TL. The wind is NW at 8 and the water temp is 73 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported some keeper Trout. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Slow. Nags Head: Spot, Croakers Sea Mullet, Trout, and 2 Puppies. Jennette’s: Bluefish, Spot, Pompano and a in the slot Drum. Outer Banks: 9 Puppy Drum, 8 keeper Trout and Bluefish. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Insure boats brought back to the docks some Blues, Specks and Drum. Offshore Boats Report: The weather improved enough for some of the fleet to sail. Big Yellowfin Tuna weighing up to 60 lbs were decked. They caught Wahoo and their limits of Dolphin and Tilefish. There were Blue, White Marlin and Sailfish releases. Click on pictures to enlarge.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 9/28/14

Sun, September 28th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: There is a good variety of fish caught from the beaches. Drum, Sea Mullet, Spot, Bluefish and there are a few Pompano hanging around. Buddy Branner caught a nice Drum at the Inlet yesterday. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported early morning Trout. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Spot, Croakers and Red Drum. Nags Head: Spot and Croakers. Jennette’s: No Report. Outer Banks: Bluefish, Sea Mullet. Spot and big Croakers. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Inshore fleet Trout, Sea Mullet, Spot, and nice catch of Bluefish. Offshore Boats Report: Another day the boats stayed at the docks.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 9/27/14

Sat, September 27th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: The wind is 12 this morning and the water temp is 72 degrees. Water is still rough. Drum fishing is good with a few Spot and Bluefish thrown in. Considering the piers are slaying the Drum this morning, I would say all surf fishermen should be hitting the beaches. Our fall fishermen with ORV’s are arriving every day. Here is the information you ask for. To begin with, take your tires down to 25 lbs. You can drive in Corolla north and south of the gate in off season, starting Oct 1st. You cannot drive in Kitty Hawk or Southern Shores at anytime. You can drive in KDH from Oct to May the 1st. You can drive on the beach in Nags Head from Oct to May if you purchase a Nags Head sticker for $25.00. But you can’t drive all of Nags Head so watch your signs on the beach. You can drive our National Parks if you have a permit. A yearly permit is $120.00 and weekly is $50.00. Daily access to beach areas within Cape Hatteras National http://www.nps.gov/maps/full.html?mapId=0c53eca8-fd01-40ef-b809-41f814fe5efc Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported lots of Trout and Drum yesterday. No news this morning. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Loads of Drum this morning and about during 30 last night. Some big Drum Off the end. Nags Head: Croakers and Spot. Jennette’s: Drum and Bluefish. Outer Banks: Plenty of Puppy Drum in the wash. Pompano, Spot and Bluefish are biting. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The inshore boats caught their limits of Red Drum, lots of Bluefish and some Flounder. The Miss Oregon Inlet was out and caught Spot, Flounder, Sea Mullet and Bluefish. Offshore Boats Report: A couple of offshore boats made it across the bar yesterday. There were a few Blackfin and Tilefish caught.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 9/26/14

Fri, September 26th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf, Hatteras Sound

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Drum fishing continues to be good on all the beaches. We had perfect Drum weather yesterday and there were plenty Drum caught. Keep the pictures coming. The big news this morning. The yellow bellied Spot are here. First time in three years. Wayne Cosner sent a picture from Avalon pier. It will make every ones mouth water for a catch fried up and sitting on your table. The NE wind is back up today to 26 kts. The water temp is 72 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported limits of Trout this morning. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Bluefish and one Drum. Nags Head: Slow. Jennette’s: Bluefish. Outer Banks: Nice Spot, not the big ones, Bluefish. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore caught Spanish and Bluefish. The inshore fleet caught Trout, Drum and Bluefish. Offshore Boats: A few offshore boats made it to the Gulfstream yesterday. Once there, they had good fishing. They caught Yellowfin, some weighing in at 50 lbs, Wahoo and some Dolphin.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 9/25/14

Thu, September 25th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: We have NW wind this morning at 6 kts. Winds are down this morning, we still have rough water. The water temp is 72 degrees. The water is full of grass this morning. Chris Joseph has already beached a Drum in Nags Head this morning. The early bird can catch the Drum. Mike Douty, Jim Layne and picture taker from Salem, Ohio caught their Drum on the 23rd. Their bait was cut mullet. Nice Drum! Bryon Ellis was kayak fishing at Oregon Inlet creek/marsh and caught a 16 in keeper Flounder. Love getting news and pictures. Keep em coming. It is going to be great fall fishing. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported slow. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Caught Drum in the wee hrs. Now catching Spot. Nags Head: Drum. Jennette’s: Caught one 40 in Drum. Outer Banks: Drum from the wash. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: No report. Offshore Boats Report: No Report.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 9/24/14

Wed, September 24th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com In Summary: High winds kept offshore fleet laid at the docks on Tuesday. The nearshore boats had good Bluefish fishing and there were a few Spanish caught. The inshore decked a few Bluefish, keeper Flounder, Drum and a few Trout. The piers are empty this morning. We have NE wind at 26 and the water temp is 72 degrees. There will be lots of rain today. It is estimated Manteo will get between 3 and 4 inches. There were a few Drum caught from the surf yesterday. I have pictures of Sandy Cizek and Chris Joseph with their good catch.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 9/23/14

Tue, September 23rd 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: There were Drum up and down our beaches yesterday. A good run of Drum on the south side of Avalon Pier. There have been Drum caught in Nags Head for the last several days. Coquina Beach and south of ramp 4 are good for catches of Drum. Regulation size for Drum is 18 to 27 in from the ocean. One per person a day. The NE winds are at 16 this morning. Water is rough and the temp is 73 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported an 18 in Trout this morning, Croakers and undersize Flounder. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: 2 keeper Drum. Nags Head: Slow. Jennette’s: Slow. Outer Banks: Small Drum, 29 ½ Drum and Bluefish. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The inshore boats caught Specks, Puppy Drum and lots of Bluefish. Nearshore decked Spanish and loads of Bluefish. Offshore Boats Report: The fleet managed to get out Monday despite the high winds. They brought Yellowfin and Dolphin back to the docks. They released Blue Marlin and Whites. Pirates Cove reported a grand slam.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 9/22/14

Mon, September 22nd 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Fishing was good the weekend. People caught Drum and small Bluefish. The ocean has laid some today. The wind is NW at 8 this morning. The water temp is 73 degrees. It should be another good Drum day. I have a picture of Hunter Gordon fishing ramp 4 with his first Drum. Look at that face. Pure jubilation. That’s what makes my job fun. Glen Taylor also caught a Drum at the Inlet. I get a lot of Flounder out of Colington Harbor. Adrian Johnson caught a 17.5 in using a gulp jigging with slow retrieval. I received my first hunting picture of the season from Colington Capt. Bill Daughtry. I was beginning to worry. He bagged an 8 pt deer bow hunting with former Dare County Resident Johnny Ghee in Gibsonville NC. 8 pt was 17 " wide and 14 1/2" tall. You know, we have a big hunting department in our store. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported Trout and Croaker. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: One big Red Drum, 6 Puppy Drum from the wash. Surf Fishermen are catching from the wash down beside the pier. Nags Head: Spot and a 5 ft White shark. Jennette’s: Croaker and Pinfish. Outer Banks: Sea Mullet. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Oregon Inlet Marina had 3 boats fishing around the bridge. They caught Drum, Gray Trout, 70 lb Black tip Shark, small Cobia and plenty of Blues. Offshore Boats Report: The fleet stayed in Sunday again. The conditions are good for today. Not looking good for the week.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 9/21/14

Sun, September 21st 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: I was at Oregon Inlet yesterday. We had scattered rain showers and quite windy. The Drum fishing was fair. When I got to the beach, Maggie Simmons had already caught 3. Sam Stokes beached a 30 in. It was the largest I saw caught. Scott Garris caught Drum and lost a really big one. A reminder to everyone. If someone is walking a fish down the beach, reel in your lines. It is called sportsmanship. The wind conditions are a bigger problem today than yesterday. Really big water. The wind is N at 22 and the water temp is 73 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported slow. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Spot and 2 Red Drum. Nags Head: Slow. Jennette’s: No report. Outer Banks: Slow. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: A few boats went out yesterday. It was windy but they manage to have good Puppy Drum catches, a few Cobia, Gray Trout and lots of bluefish. Offshore Boats Report: High winds and rough water made the conditions tough for the fleet to leave the docks.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 9/19/14

Fri, September 19th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Conditions are good for catching Drum. Waters rough and murky. Find a good slough and drop your bait in it. You don’t have to be a long distance caster to catch a Drum. There are scattered Sea Mullet and Bluefish. TW’s John and Seth are fishing ramp 4 and Scott Ney is fishing Corolla. (Pictures). There were Drum also caught in Nags Head and Coquina Beach. The wind is NE and the water temp is 73 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported a variety of small stuff. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Sand Perch. Nags Head: Slow. Jennette’s: Good run of Bluefish early and no keeper Flounder. Outer Banks: Good run of Spot and Sea Mullet, lost a Drum. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore anglers had another big Bluefish day. They also caught Spanish and Trout. The inshore boat fishing is really good. They are catching large amount of Blues, Trout, Drum, Gray Trout, nice Spanish and Flounder. Offshore Boats Report: Action was on the slow side for the fleet yesterday. We had rough seas, but a few boats went out. There were some Yellowfin, Dolphin and Tilefish. There were Billfish releases.

TW’s Daily fishing Report, 9/18/14

Thu, September 18th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Rough water made it hard on the surf fishermen yesterday. Regrettably, we are still getting rough water from the passing hurricane far off shore. Conditions are some better today. I would think there would be Drum. The NE wind is 15 and the water temp is 75 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported a few bottom fish. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: a Spanish and Sea Mullet. Nags Head: Spot. Jennette’s: Bluefish. Outer Banks: Nice Sea Mullet, a Black Drum, Pompano. Caught a 46 Red Drum and Puppy Drum last night. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore caught Spanish, Albacore, Flounder and decked a large amount of Blues. The inlet boat caught Drum and Trout. Offshore Boats Report: Bluewater fleet released good numbers of Billfish. They caught good size Tuna, Wahoo, nice catch of Dolphin and decent catch of Tilefish

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 9/1714

Wed, September 17th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: There was a good Drum and Bluefish bite at the inlet yesterday. Grover Sheldon (with Drum) and John Newbold said there were plenty of good size Blues for the smoker. Jim Moyer caught a Sea Trout. That was the first big Sea Trout news I have received. Also, Jon Taylor caught a Drum. No info on Jon’s Drum. (Pictures). There were scattered Sea Mullet, Blues and Spot. We have NE wind at 15 and the water temp is 76 degrees. Waters rough. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported a good day on Tuesday. There were keeper Trout and Flounder. 3 to 4 Stripers caught. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Nothing this morning. Nags Head: Little Croakers and few small Blues. Jennette’s: Spot and Bluefish. Outer Banks: Sea Mullet, Pompano and small Blues off the end. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Puppy Drum and good size Blues were caught inshore. Nearshore had Amberjack, Spanish and Blues. Offshore Boats Report: There were Bailers and Gaffer Dolphin, Wahoo and Yellowfin brought in to the docks yesterday. There were Billfish releases. Oregon Inlets charter The Legacy had a grand slam.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 9/16/14

Tue, September 16th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: It is a perfect Outer Banks day. The wind is SW at 6 and the water temp is 76 degrees. We have small swells. Drum are scattered from Corova to Oregon Inlet. A few Bluefish and bottom fish are in the surf. My good tip of day. All ORV fishermen who drive our National Parks. You can get your permits on line. It is much easier than having to go to one of the 3 stations designated for ORV permits. http://www.recreation.gov/showPage.do?name=common&commonPath=/htm/CapeHatteras_Form.jsp The 2014 annual permit will be valid from the date of purchase through Dec 31, 2014. Permit offices are open 8 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. seven days a week year-round except Christmas Day. What are the ORV permit options? There are two types of permits: 7-day/$50 permits (valid from the date issued) and Annual/$120 permits There is a trailer at Coquina beach to buy your permit. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported a few under size Drum and Croakers. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Blues and Mullet. Casting for bait, lots of corn cobs. Nags Head: A good run of Blues before day light. Scattered bottom fish. Jennette’s: Spanish and Blues. Outer Banks: Blues, Spot and Pompano. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Inshore boats caught limits of Drum. Nearshore had a nice catch of Bluefish, Spanish Mullet and Drum. Offshore Boats Report: Nice weather cooperated with our offshore fleet yesterday. The brought in Yellowfin, Blackfin, Wahoo and Gaffer Dolphin. There were White Marlin and Sailfish releases.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 9/15/14

Mon, September 15th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: We have better fishing conditions today. The wind is NE at 10 and the water temp is 75 degrees. The beach south of ramp four is going to open today. No more walking a mile to get to the fish. I am sure there are going to be Drum caught. OBX Pier is the hot spot this morning. I watched an angler bring in a 48 in Drum on their pier cam. They have caught several Drum in the 28 and 29 in range. They also reported a 43 in and 47 in last night. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported really slow. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: 2 lb Bluefish and Spanish. Nags Head: Spot, Sea mullet and Croaker Jennette’s: Spanish, Bluefish and Croaker. Outer Banks: Spot, Sea Mullet and Drum. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Pirates Cove inlet boat fished and caught a nice catch of bottom fish. Offshore Boats Report: High winds and rough water made the conditions too tough to leave the docks yesterday.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 9/14/14

Sun, September 14th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Hatteras Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: The wind is NE at 22 this morning. An overcast morning. Sun will shine later today. We have rough water. Its sweatshirt weather on the beach and piers this morning. A TW’s sweatshirt would look really nice. The Spot are biting this morning and there should be Drum caught. TW’s Seth Rary caught a 30 in Red Drum. They are out there. The Spot are getting bigger. Everyone is asking about the yellow bellies. The big Spot has not shown for 3 years. There is still time. I always heard if they are not here by Columbus Day, they will not show. Columbus Day is Oct 13th. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported really slow. A few Croakers this morning. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Nice Spot. Nags Head: Spot and Croakers. Jennette’s: Bluefish, Spot, Sea Mullet and Croakers. Outer Banks: Croakers, Sand Perch and a 25 in Drum. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Plenty of Bluefish and Spanish were caught nearshore. Inshore caught keeper Trout and Blues. Offshore Boats Report: Yesterday was Wounded Warriors day. The fleet returned with limits of Dolphin, lots of Yellowfin, Tilefish and the flags were flying. They released 11 White Marlin, 4 Blue Marlin and Sailfish.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 9/13/14

Sat, September 13th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Hatteras Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: There were Drum caught from the surf yesterday and should again today. There were also Sea Mullet and scattered Spot. George Hager caught his Drum in Nags Head. Colin McPoyle and buddies from Doylestown, PA were fishing in Pine Island. There bait was a live Spot. They released the Shark immediately. It was healthy when released. (Pictures). The wind is NE at 7 and the water temp is 75 degrees. The water is muddy. Drum likes muddy. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported nothing yet. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Northern Mullet. They are the ones with stripes. Croakers and Spot. Nags Head: Sea Mullet and Spot. Jennette’s: Caught 5 nice Red Drum yesterday. Outer Banks: Sea Mullet and Sand Perch. Caught Red Drum last night. 43 in. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: It was a big Amberjack day for nearshore boaters. Inshore caught Puppy Drum, Trout, Ribbon fish an Sharks. Miss Oregon Inlet caught big Bluefish, Trout, Croakers and Sea Mullet. Offshore Boats Report: Offshore fleet had a good Yellowfin bite yesterday, weighing up to 55 lbs. Also big catches of Dolphin and Tilefish caught wreck fishing.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 9/12/14

Fri, September 12th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: The wind is West at 6 and the water is 77 degrees. Water is flat. With this West wind, the flies will be biting and fishing will be slow. There should be some bottom fish. There were a few Sea Mullet caught yesterday on our beaches. The good news is, we have beautiful finger mullet in out bait cooler and the wind will be switching N and NE later today. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported a few small stuff. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Slow. Nags Head: Slow. Jennette’s: Croakers, Sand Perch and Bluefish. Outer Banks: Slow. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore bite was great yesterday. Plenty of Blues, Tilefish, Amberjack Albacore, Spanish and Dolphin. Inshore anglers decked loads of Bluefish, a few Drum and a really good Trout bite. The headboat caught Spot, Pigs, Pins, and nice size Gray Trout. Offshore Boats Report: Yesterday was a much better day for the bluewater fleet. They had a generous amount of Yellowfin, Wahoo, Dolphin, Tilefish and Wahoo. There were White Marlin, Blue Marlin and a Sailfish releases.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 9/11/14

Thu, September 11th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: I said it was going to be a Drum day yesterday and it was. Keeper Drum were caught south of ramp 4. Not many people surf fishing. There are scattered Sea Mullet and Spot on our northern beaches. The wind is SW at 8 this morning and the water temp is 77 degrees. Nice swells. Surfers are out beside the Avalon Pier. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported a few bottom fish. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Spot, Blues and 2 Red Drum this morning. One weighed in at 42 in. Also had a nice Red Drum last night. Nags Head: Spot, Blues, Croaker and Flounder. Caught a nice 40 in Red Drum last night. Jennette’s: Bluefish, Sand Perch and Pig fish. Outer Banks: Pompano and nice big Sea Mullet. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore catches were good. Lots of Bluefish, Trout and Spanish. The inshore fleet caught Cobia Trout and limits of Drum. Oregon Inlets Head Boat caught Bluefish, Pigs, Croakers and lots of Sea Mullet. Offshore Boats Report: Oregon inlet had 21 boats off shore yesterday. The ride was bumpy and the fishing was only fair. A few Dolphin, scattered Yellowfin, Wahoo and 6 White Marlin releases were reported.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 9/10/14

Wed, September 10th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Sea Mullet was the fish of the day on Tuesday. Erin and Joe White caught plenty. I guess you would say they caught more than they could hold. (Pictures). Sea Mullet likes sand fleas. Sand Fleas are plentiful right now. Just dig in the surf, put them in bucket sand and all. The wind is NE at 16 and the water temp is 77 degrees. We have rough water. I’m thinking Drum. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported some Gray Trout, Specks and Spot. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Spot. Nags Head: Croaker and Spot. Jennette’s: Spot, Bluefish, Croaker and Bar Jack. Outer Banks: Sea Mullet and Pompano. Caught a 28 in Drum last night. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Inshore fleet fished yesterday and caught keeper Drum, Trout and a few Blues. Nearshore boats stayed at the Docks. Offshore Boats Report: The weather was not agreeable yesterday. The boats did not leave the harbor.

TYW’s Daily Fishing Report. 9/9/14

Tue, September 9th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: The surfers are out in Avalon. Other than that, I know nothing. The wind is SE at 15 and the water temp is 77 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway had a better day on Monday. Bridge anglers reported some keeper Trout, keeper Gray Trout, Stripers, Croakers and Flounder. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: A couple of Mullet and some Spot. Nags Head: Slow. Jennette’s: Slow. Outer Banks: Slow. Bad grass. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: One inshore boat went out and caught Drum and Trout. Near shore boats stayed in. Offshore Boats Report: Despite the weather, a few Gaffer Dolphin, some Wahoo, Blackfin and a large number of Yellowfin were caught. There were a few White, Blue Marlin and Sails. One Charter boat Capt. had a grand slam.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 9/8/14

Mon, September 8th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: People were fishing Sunday despite the rain. Terry Adams caught an in slot Flounder in Nags Head. Chris Gosnell caught keeper Flounder and Trout, a few small Drum and Croaker back in Colington Harbor. There were a few Sea mullet and Spot caught. (Pictures.) There are surf fishermen out this morning. I can see them from the cams. More rain today. The wind is NE at 15 and the water temp is 77 degrees. Air temp will be more bearable than last week. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported a few Trout. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Spot, Mullet and Blues. Nags Head: Bluefish and lost a Cobia. Jennette’s: Bluefish, Spanish, spot, Pompano, Croaker and Pigs. Outer Banks: Spot and Mullet. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The boats stayed at the docks on Sunday. Scattered storms all day. Offshore Boats Report: Sunday was a good Tuna day. A large amount of Yellowfin, Blackfin and 2 citation size Big-eyes weighing in at 162 and 164 lbs. The fleet also caught Dolphin and Wahoo. Twenty Billfish were caught and released.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 9/7/14

Sun, September 7th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: The wind is W and the water temp is 72 degrees. Pier fishing and surf fishing is overall very slow. The water is flat. The wind is going to switch to NE later today and fishing will pick up. Alicia went Trout fishing at the Little Bridge and caught a 20 in Flounder. (Picture). Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported very slow. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Spot, 1 Bluefish and a Gray Trout. Nags Head: Slow. Jennette’s: Spot, Sea Mullet and Bluefish. Outer Banks: Small Sea Mullet and Croaker. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore brought in plenty Amberjack, lots of Spanish and nice size Bluefish. Offshore Boats Report: The charters returned to the Docks with flags flying. There were Sailfish and citation White Marlin releases. Offshore charters reported nice catches of Blackfin, Yellowfin, Dolphin and Wahoo.

TW” Daily fishing Report. 9/6/14

Sat, September 6th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Another beautiful day on the Outer banks. The wind is SW at 7 and the water temp is 75 degrees. We are expecting showers later. Fishing is slow for the beach anglers. The water is way flat. There should be some small bottom fish. TW’s Robin Stewart caught a couple of nice Cobia fishing with her favorite captain, son Justin Stewart. (Picture). Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported Trout, one 16 in keeper and a few Croakers. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Spot, Sea Mullet and Bluefish. Nags Head: Spot and Bluefish. Jennette’s: Nor report. Outer Banks: Sea Mullet, Bluefish and Croakers. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Lots of Bluefish and Spanish caught nearshore. Inshore anglers decked plenty of Triggers and Amberjack. The headboat caught keeper Flounder, Trout, Sea Mullet and Pigfish. Offshore Boats Report: Bill fishing was good yesterday. The boats fishing for white Marlin had 4-7 releases per boat. There were a couple of citation Wahoo caught, big catches of Dolphin, Yellowfin and Blackfiin. Also nice catches of Tilefish and Sea Bass.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 9/5/14

Fri, September 5th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Hatteras Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: A small number of Sea Mullet and Pompano are scattered. Overall slow. The wind is SW at 5 and the water temp is 75 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported a small number of Trout and Croakers. A 2 lb Trout was caught yesterday and a few more keepers. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: A few Croakers. Nags Head: Slow. Jennette’s: Slow. Outer Banks: A good run of Bluefish early, catching a few. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The inshore anglers decked False albacore, Amberjack, Trout, Flounder, Sea Mullet and lots of Bluefish. The trolling boats fishing nearshore had scattered Spanish and Bluefish. Offshore Boats Report: Gulf Stream charters caught Blackfin, Yellowfin, a few Dolphin Wahoo and good catches of Tilefish. The anglers out bill fishing caught and released White Marlin, Blue Marlin and Sailfish.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 9/4/14

Thu, September 4th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

In Summary: Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: There were some Sea Mullet reported on our north beach’s yesterday. We have light E winds this morning and the water temp is 75 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported some keeper Trout yesterday, overall slow. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Blues and Spanish. Nags Head: Few Blues and small Spot. Jennette’s: Blues. Outer Banks: Sea Mullet. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Boats caught Bluefish Spanish, False Albacore and Amberjacks. Inshore caught Drum and Trout. Offshore Boats Report: Offshore charters are catching plenty of Yellowfin, limits of Dolphin, Blackfin, a Wahoo and boatloads of Tilefish. There were Sailfish, White and Blue Marlin releases.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 9/3/14

Wed, September 3rd 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: The water is flat today. The temp is 73 degrees. Wind is SW at 11. Water is still Murky. A few Spot, Sea Mullet and Pompano scattered our beaches. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported some Croakers. Slow. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Croakers and Bluefish. Slow. Nags Head: A Spot and Croaker ever so often. Slow. Jennette’s: Pompano. Outer Banks: Pompano, a nice Sea Mullet, some Spot. Slow. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore boats are catching a few Cobia, Bluefish, Spanish and Amberjacks. Inshore anglers reported good Drum fishing, Flounder and Bluefish. Offshore Boats Report: Lots of Meat fish. Another good Dolphin day. Plenty of Yellowfin and some Wahoo. Bill fishing slowed but there were some White and Blue Marlin releases.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 9/2/14

Tue, September 2nd 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: The wind is SW at 11. Murky water with the temp being 75 degrees. Small swells this morning. The paddle boarders are out. Sea Mullet, Pompano, and a few Drum. Bob Pittman caught his Drum fishing ramp 4. (Picture). Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported a couple of Croakers, slow. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Spot and Pompano. Nags Head: Slow. Jennette’s: Pompano. Outer Banks: Pompano and Sea Mullet. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The inshore anglers caught Spanish, Blues, limits Trout, limits of Drum, some Dolphin and 6 Cobia. Offshore Boats Report: Dolphin was the catch of the day on Labor Day. There were great numbers of good size Dolphin; some weighed up to 20 lbs. Boats reported some Yellowfin, few Blackfin, limits of Tilefish and Amberjack. There was a 59 # citation Wahoo reported by Pirates Cove. There were White Marlin, Blue Marlin and Sailfish releases

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 9/1/14

Mon, September 1st 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Happy Labor Day to everyone. The weather has been beautiful. A few Sea Mullet and Spot were beached. Overall slow fishing. Andy Young caught a nice 26 in slot Drum in Pine Island north of Duck. (Picture). Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported a few Croakers. Allen Withers said all the sounds are full of slot drum. Just get in skinny water and there they are. (Picture). Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Not a scale, yet. Nags Head: Slow. A few Spot and Bluefish. Jennette’s: Slow. Outer Banks: Pompano and Sea Mullet. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The nearshore boats caught Albacore and plenty of Spanish and Bluefish. The inshore boats caught good size Drum and Cobia. Offshore Boats Report: The fleet filled their boxes with limits of Dolphin, limits of Tilefish and good size Yellowfin. There were White, Blue and Sailfish releases. Pirates Cove released a 400 lb Blue Marlin. They also had a grand slam.

TW’s Daily sihing Report. 8/31/14

Sun, August 31st 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: We have a calm SE wind and the water temp is 77 degrees. It’s a good beach day. Surf fishermen are catching Sea Mullet, Blues, Spot and Pompano. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported small Croakers and Pinfish. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Blues and Sea Mullet. Nags Head: Sea Mullet, Blues and Spanish. Jennette’s: Blues, Pompano, Spot and Trout. Outer Banks: Blues, Pompano and Sea Mullet. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore caught Spanish, Blues and Albacore. Inshore boats caught Drum and Trout. Keith Griglak and boys Cody and Dylan fished the skinny water at Oregon Inlet. They caught Gray Trout, Sea Bass, Croaker, Flounder, smaller pups, keeper 26 in Drum and unlimited lizard fish. Keith would like to thank the guys in the Corolla and Kitty Hawk store for their help. The guys in all our stores are knowledgeable and are great help. So visit and check it out. (Pictures). Offshore Boats Report: Oregon Inlet fleet had a big time day on Saturday. They caught their limits of Dolphin, plenty of Yellowfin and Blackfin. Including a citation 22 and 23 lb Blackfin, 78 lb citation Yellowfin and a 36 lb citation Dolphin. There were 11 Whites, 3 Blues and 2 Sailfish caught and released.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 8/30/14

Sat, August 30th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: The Drum showed on the beaches after the blow. TW’s John Newbold & Sam Stokes caught some whoppers in the Oregon Inlet area. James Rasmussen was in Corova when he caught his 24 in keeper. It’s that time of the year. There were Drum caught in the Kitty Hawk area also. The wind is East at 12 kts and the water temp is 79 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported Croaker and a few throwback Trout. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Spot and Blues. Nags Head: Slow, Pompano and Bar Jacks. Jennette’s: Bluefish, Spot and Pompano. Outer Banks: Mullet, Spot and Blues. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The inshore boats decked Trout, Sheepshead, and a 42 lb Cobia. Nearshore trolling boats had plenty of Blues and Spanish Offshore Boats Report: White Marlin was the talk yesterday, Oregon Inlet released 38 white, 1 blue and 1 Sailfish. Lots of Dolphin, few Wahoo and Tilefish were caught.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 8/29/14

Fri, August 29th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Surf fishing on the northern beaches continues to be slow. The water is clear this morning and the temp is 77 degrees. The wind is NE again today and blowing 15 to 20 kts. It’s pretty windy on the beach but the surf fishermen are out there. I can see them from the pier cams. There should be Bluefish caught. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported Croakers. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Blues, Spanish and Spot. Nags Head: Bar Jack, Pompano, Spot and Bluefish. Jennette’s: Bluefish and Spot. Outer Banks: False Albacore, Spot, Pompano, Spanish, Sea Mullet and Blues. The water is clear as gin and the temp is 77 degrees. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Near shore boats had plenty Bluefish action. There were Spanish caught, some Amberjack, False Albacore, Ribbon fish and Flounder. The inshore fleet also had a good day catching their share of Bluefish, lots of Trout, Flounder, Sea Mullet, Sea Bass, a 30+ lb Cobia and some Drum. Fishing is good after a blow. Offshore Boats Report: The off shore fleet made it across the bar yesterday and had a great day. They filled their boxes with lots of Dolphin, nice Yellowfin and a Blackfin. It was a great day for Billfish action. They released 20 White Marlin.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 8/28/14

Thu, August 28th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: There were Puppy Drum caught in south Nags Head yesterday. The wind is W at 8 this morning, the water is murky and the temp is 75 degrees. The surfers are out this morning. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported some keeper Trout yesterday. A few Croakers this morning The sound fishing boaters are catching nice Trout and Drum. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Croakers. Nags Head: Croakers. Jennette’s: Spot. Outer Banks: Nice Spot, Sea Mullet and Blues. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The inshore and nearshore Bluefish, Sea Mullet, Spanish, Croakers and lots of keeper Drum. Offshore Boats Report: Winds have switched. There should be news tomorrow.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 8/27/14

Wed, August 27th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: The good news this morning. Cape Point in Buxton has open to 4 wheel drive traffic once again. There is no surf fishing news this morning. Fishing usually is good after a blow. We are waiting for Cristobol to move on. Wind is NE this morning at 15. Water temp is 77 degrees and the water is dirty. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported Small Trout, small Flounder, Croaker and small Drum. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Slow Nags Head: Spot and Sea Mullet. Jennette’s: Bluefish, Spot, Croaker, Sea Mullet, Black Drum and Trout. Outer Banks: Spot and Sea Mullet. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The offshore boats had good catches of Bluefish and Sea Mullet. Outstanding Drum fishing reported by the inshore anglers. There was a whopping big 45 in citation Drum reported. The headboat has been sailing everyday despite the high winds. They have been catching Flounder, Bluefish, Sea Mullet, pigs and pins. Offshore Boats Report: The offshore fleet stayed in again on Tuesday.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 8/26/14

Tue, August 26th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Fishing Report: The wind was rough and blowing big on Monday. A few boats fished. The nearshore and inshore anglers caught Spanish, Bluefish, Sea Mullet, Trout and a nice Drum. If the Tropical storm stays well off the coast, there should be some fishing news from the fleet later this week. Conditions are still poor this morning. Water is rough and grassy. There are a few people on the piers. They are catching a few Spot. The Little Bridge has some Croakers. We still have strong NE winds this morning and the water temp is 76 degrees.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 8/25/14

Mon, August 25th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Fishing is at a standstill because of high winds and rough seas. It’s pretty much unfishable today. No one fishing the piers. The best bet for fishing today would be the Little Bridge and the wild life pier across from Pirates Cove. The wind is NE at 26 and the water temp is 76 degrees. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The inshore boats caught Sheepshead and Drum. Despite the windy weather, boat fishermen trolling for Bluefish and Spanish had good luck. Offshore Boats Report: The offshore fleet could not make it out yesterday because of windy conditions.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 8/24/14

Sun, August 24th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Beach anglers caught a fair number of Sea Mullet and a few Bluefish and Spot on Saturday. The wind is NE at 22 this morning, It’s quite windy and we have really rough water. The water temp remains at 79 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported slow. Pier Fishing Report: Fishing is slow because of weather. No one fishing the piers yet. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Inshore boaters caught Puppy Drum and Flounder. Nearshore brought home Bluefish, Spanish and plenty of Albacore. Offshore Boats Report: Plenty of Yellowfin, Dolphin and Tilefish. The Blue and White Marlin action was heavy and Sailfish were abundant also.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 8/23/14

Sat, August 23rd 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Another fantastic day on the Outer Banks. Water temp is 79 degree and the wind is NE at 9. The water is calm, clear and beautiful green in color. Sea Mullet, Spot and Blues are on the beaches north of the bridge. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported Drum and Throwback Trout. The sound fishing boaters are catching nice Trout and Drum. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Early morning Bluefish and a few small Sea Mullet. Nags Head: Pompano, Bluefish and Bar Jack. Plenty of cobia in the water, not biting. Jennette’s: Bluefish, Black Sea Bass, Pigfish and Spot. Outer Banks: Spot Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore boats caught Blues, Spanish and Albacore. Inshore boats are catching Cobia and Drum. Offshore Boats Report: Dolphin, Yellowfin, White Marlin and Sailfish releases.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 8/23/24

Fri, August 22nd 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Scattered Sea Mullet and Spot. The good is the Spot are getting bigger. The wind is N at 4 this morning. Water temp is 79 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported Spot, Croakers and small trout. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Blues and Mullet. Nags Head: Bluefish. Jennette’s: Bluefish and Spot. Outer Banks: Spot, Blues small Flounder and Sea Mullet. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore caught False Albacore, Blues, lots of Spanish and a few Sharks. Inshore caught Drum, Flounder, Trout and Cobia. Offshore Boats Report: Blue water Charters brought in Yellowfin, Blackfin, some Dolphin, a few Wahoo and Tilefish. There were lots of Billfish releases. Click on pictures to enlarge.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 8/21/14

Thu, August 21st 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

In Summary: Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: We are having the most beautiful weather on the Outer Banks. The water is a beautiful blue, clear, calm and 80 degree. Perfect. The wind is SW at 5. A few Spot, Sea Mullet and Blue fish on the northern beaches. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported catching nice size Croaker, Spot and throwback Trout. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Blues and Spot. Nags Head: Catching Cobia this morning. One Cobia measured 48 inches. Jennette’s: Bluefish, Bar Jack and Spot. Outer Banks: Mullet, Blues, small Flounder and Spot. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore fishing has been outstanding recently with plenty of Spanish, Blues, Amberjack, Albacore, Ribbon fish and Cobia. Inshore fleet catching Drum and Cobia. One Cobia weighed in at 45 lbs. The Oregon Inlet head boat caught Spot, Croakers, Sea Mullet, Pins, Pigs, Trout and Sea Mullet Offshore Boats Report: Oregon Inlet fleet reported a grand slam. White Marlin+Blue+Sailfish. There were plenty Marlin releases, and several citation Sailfish. Limits of Dolphin, some gaffers, some Yellowfin Tuna, Sharks and Tilefish.

TW’s daily fishing report. 8/20/14

Wed, August 20th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Summertime fishing is overall slow along northern beaches. Damon Tatem wrote the fishing news for the Outer Banks for many a year called it the “summertime doldrums”. There was another good catch of Sea Mullet at Coquina Beach yesterday. The wind is NE at 14 and the water is clear and the temp is 79 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported Croakers and throwback Trout. Sound boaters are catching Trout, Flounder and Drum. I do not get much news from the Herbert C Bonner Bridge catwalk. It is a good place to fish. You can catch Spot, Flounder; Bluefish, nice size Sheepshead, Black Drum, Croaker, Spot and Pompano. The anglers fishing the bridge caught a good number of Bluefish on Tuesday. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Blues and Spot. Nags Head: Spot, Bluefish and big False Albacore circling the pier. Jennette’s: Fishing is good, catching lots of Bluefish and Spot Outer Banks: Spot, Bluefish and good catches of Mullet. Water temp is 80 degrees. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore fleet landed plenty Bluefish, Spanish, Albacore, Amberjack, Bonita and some Sharks. Inshore caught Cobia, Trout and Spanish. Inlet anglers are reporting Gray Trout, Flounder, Sea Mullet and Croakers. Offshore Boats Report: Yesterday’s fleet brought home some Dolphin, Blackfin, Amberjack, Tilefish and Yellowfin. Pirates Cove fleet found the marlin yesterday. They released 16 White Marlin.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 8/19/14

Tue, August 19th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Surf fishermen are catching Sea Mullet, Spot and Bluefish on the beaches north of the bridge. The water remains clear and calm. The water is 77 degrees and the wind is W. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway anglers has been catching nice 1-1 ½ lb Croakers for several days. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: 2 throwback Cobia on bucktails, 1 lb Bluefish and Spot. Nags Head: Blues, Spot and Croakers. Jennette’s: Bluefish and a Bar Jack. Water temp is 76 degrees. Outer Banks: Bluefish on gotcha’s, Sea mullet and Spot. Water temp is 72 degrees. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The boat anglers caught Bluefish, False Albacore, Blues, and many Spanish. The inshore boats caught Drum, Flounder and Trout. The Oregon Inlet headboat had fun catching Spot, Croaker, Sea Mullet, Pins and Pigs. Offshore Boats Report: The offshore fleet brought limits of Dolphin, Yellowfin, Some Big-eye, a few Blackfin, Tilefish, and Wahoo back to the docks on Monday. Caught and released White Marlin. A good day.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 8/18/14

Mon, August 18th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Lots of Sea Mullet have been caught this weekend at ramp 4. Blues, Spot and Croakers were scattered on our beaches. And again, we had a big Drum to show in Nags Head. Steve Guglielmo caught and released a beauty measuring 28 in. The wind is calm and the slick, clear water 77 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported Croakers and throw back Trout. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Early morning Spanish and Blues. Nags Head: Spanish and Blues. Jennette’s: Bluefish. Outer Banks: Spot, Sea Mullet, Blues and Croakers. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The nearshore and inshore boats filled their boxes with Amberjack, Bluefish, Spanish, Dolphin, Albacore, Spot and Croakers. Offshore Boats Report: Weekend fishing was good for the bluewater anglers. They caught Blackfin, Yellowfin, Wahoo, Dolphin and limits of Tilefish Sunday. There were White Marlin releases.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 8/17/14

Sun, August 17th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

In Summary: Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Plenty of Sea Mullet and plenty sand fleas to catch them with. Sand Fleas are plentiful right now. Just dig in the surf, put them in bucket sand and all. There are Spot and Bluefish scattered. There is a Drum caught ever so often. Sam Stokes of Nags Head caught a keeper. (Picture). Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported Trout, Croaker and Spot. The sound fishing boaters are catching nice Trout and Drum. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Croaker, Spanish and Bluefish Nags Head: Hooked up with 3 Cobia all at once as I speak. 8:45. Spot and Bluefish Jennette’s: Spot and Bluefish. A 67 lb Cobia was caught yesterday. Outer Banks: Bluefish and Spot. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Cobia, Spanish and Bluefish were caught nearshore. Inshore boats caught Drum, Flounder and Specks. Offshore Boats Report: Offshore fleet brought home limits of Dolphin, some gaffers, Yellowfin, Blackfin, Wahoo and limits of Tilefish. There were Billfish releases. Pirates Cove had 13 White Marlin releases, 4 Blue and a Sailfish.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 8/16/14

Sat, August 16th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Scattered Sea Mullet, Bluefish, Spot and occasional Pompano. We have SW wind at 8 and the water temp is 76 degrees. Clear water with very small swells. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported a few Trout, Spot and Croaker. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Spanish and Blues. Nags Head: A small Cobia, Spot and Flounder. Jennette’s: Bluefish, Spanish and Spot. Outer Banks: Spot and Bluefish. Water temp 77 degrees. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore fleet had a quite a variety catching False Albacore, Bluefish, Amberjack, Barracuda, Dolphin, Tilefish, Sharks and Spanish. The inshore fleet decked Trout, Drum and Bluefish. Offshore Boats Report: Offshore caught Wahoo, Yellowfin, Dolphin and Tilefish. Also White and Blue Marlin releases.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 8/15/14

Fri, August 15th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Surf fishing is slow. There were scattered Sea Mullet and Spot north of the bridge. A few Blues should be caught today. It will be a Spanish and Blues day for the piers because the water is crystal clear. The wind in NW and the water temp is 76 degrees. A beautiful day on the Outer Banks. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported a few throwback Trout and Croakers. The sound fishing boaters are catching Trout and Drum. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Blues and Spot. Nags Head: Two 19 in Spanish. Jennette’s: Spanish, Sea Robin and Pigfish. Outer Banks: Spanish, Blues and Spot. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The nearshore boats had another good day. They decked Blues, Puppy Drum, Spanish, Croaker, King Mackerel and False Albacore. The inshore boats caught Drum, Sea Bass, Croakers, Sea Mullet, Founder and 2 Cobia. Oregon Inlets Headboat had plenty of fun catching Blow Toads, Pigfish, Flounder, Sea Mullet Sea Bass, Croakers, Trout and Pinfish. Offshore Boats Report: The bluewater fleet brought to the dicks limits of Tilefish, Wahoo, Amberjack, Dolphin, Albacore and plenty Yellowfin and Blackfin. There were White and Blue Marlin releases. The Bill fishing tournament boats out of Pirates Cove had 20 Whites and 1 Sailfish.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 8/14/14

Thu, August 14th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: There were scattered Spot and Sea Mullet North of Oregon Inlet. I heard from a fishing buddy Grover Cleveland. He caught a 25 in Puppy Drum and Bluefish at ramp 4 on Tues. when the weather was rough and the water was even worse. The wind is N at 15 and the water temp is 76 degrees as reported by US Army Corps of Engineers. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported early morning Trout and croakers. The sound fishing boaters are catching nice Trout and Drum. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Spot. Nags Head: Spot and Croaker Jennette’s: Bluefish and lost a King. Outer Banks: Lots of Spot. Catching on artificial clam fish bites. Water temp is 76 degrees. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The nearshore fleet caught Bluefish, Cobia, Sharks and Spanish. The inshore anglers added Puppy Drum, Speck’s, Flounder and Cobia to their boxes. Offshore Boats Report: A great day of fishing for the bluewater charters. They caught their limits of Dolphin, somewhere around 240, also gaffer Dolphin, Wahoo, Yellowfin, Blackfin Tuna and Tilefish. The Billfish Tournament Participants from Pirates Cove Marina release 60 White Marlin, 1 Blue and a Sailfish.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 8/13/14

Wed, August 13th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Yesterday, the wind was blowing 25 and the water was rough. The piers were the only place there was any action. There were Cobia caught from a couple piers. Jessica Dulin caught a nice one at Nags Head Pier. (Picture). Today is a different day. The wind is SW at 9. The water is calm with glassy swells and the temp is dropping. The water temp is 70 degrees this morning. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported a few Trout and Croakers. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Blues and Spot. Nags Head: Bluefish. Jennette’s: Bluefish, Sea Mullet, Spot and Croaker. The water temp is 68 degrees. Outer Banks: Spot and Croakers, Sea Mullet and Pinfish. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The inshore fleet caught Drum, Specks, Gray Trout, Sea Mullet and Bluefish. Offshore Boats Report: The wind was a problem for the fleet yesterday. But those that fished caught some Yellowfin and Dolphin. There were some White Marlin releases and a Sailfish.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 8/12/14

Tue, August 12th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: There were scattered Spot and Sea Mullet on our beaches yesterday. We have rain this morning, calling for scattered showers today. The wind is SE at 20. The water temp is 78 degrees. We have choppy swells this morning. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported slow. The sound fishing boaters are catching nice Trout and Drum. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Slow. Nags Head: A nice size Cobia and Spadefish Jennette’s: Slow. Outer Banks: Spot and Croakers. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The near shore boats trolling decked plenty of Blues and Spanish. The inshore fleet fishing was excellent. They caught Specks, Drum, nice size Cobia, Amberjack and Triggers. Oregon Inlets Head boat caught Bluefish, Pinfish and over a 100 Sea Mullet. Offshore Boats Report: Fishing was good yesterday. They brought in plenty of Dolphin, Yellowfin Tuna, and a Wahoo. They had many White and Blue Marlin releases.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 8/11/14

Mon, August 11th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: How about this for surf news! Frank Cole beached a 71 1/2 lb, 56 ½ in long citation Cobia from the KDH surf. He was fishing ½ mile above Avalon Pier. He was using bunker for bait. Frank is from PA. The fish was scarce during the weekend. There were a few Sea Mullet, Spot and small Pompano. The wind is E at 9 and the water temp is 77 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported a few Croakers this morning, slow all weekend. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Spot, Bluefish and Pompano. Nags Head: Slow Jennette’s: Spot and Pigfish. Outer Banks: Spot, Sea Mullet, Pompano and Bluefish. Water temp is 78 degrees. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Inshore boats caught plenty of Puppy Drum and some keeper Flounder. The nearshore boats brought back Spanish and Blues. Offshore Boats Report: The boats fishing the Alice Kelly Bill Fishing Tournament were flying flags for 6 Blue Marlin, 48 White Marlin and 4 sailfish. Fishing tournament is dedicated to Alice Kelly who passed away from cancer and proceeds go to cancer fund. The charters fishing for meat fish caught Yellowfin and Dolphin.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 8/10/14

Sun, August 10th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Beautiful beach days but slow fishing days. Scattered Sea Mullet, small Blues and a few Spot. The wind is NE at 13 and the water temp is 77 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported small Trout and bottom fish. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Slow a few Sea Mullet, Spot and a 32 in Albacore. Nags Head: Slow, a few Spot. Jennette’s: No report. Outer Banks: Slow. A few pinfish. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore boats caught Albacore, Spanish and Blues. Inshore anglers caught Mullet, Blues and Flounder. Offshore Boats Report: It was a spectacular day for all charters out of Oregon Inlet. Plenty of Yellowfn caught, lots of Blackfin caught, a good amount of Dolphin and 6 Wahoo, one weighing over 42 lbs.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 8/9/14

Sat, August 9th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Surf fishermen are beaching a variety of fish. Sea Mullet, Flounder, Spot and small Blues are scattered. Then there is that keeper Drum that shows. Steve Ripley caught his in Nags Head. (Picture). WE have a calm NE wind and the water temp is 77 degrees. Great conditions for a beach day on this sandbar. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported small Trout and bottom fish. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: No report. Nags Head: False Albacore and Spot. Jennette’s: Spot, Blues, False Albacore and Spanish. Outer Banks: Good run of Spot. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore had a good Bluefish bite yesterday. There were scattered Spanish, Amberjack, Dolphin, Triggers and Albacore. Inshore boats decked Puppy Drum, Trout, Flounder and Blues. Offshore Boats Report: Bluewater fleet had fair amount of meat fish. Scattered Yellowfin, Blackfin, Wahoo and Gaffer Dolphin were caught. There were White, Blue and Sailfish releases.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 8/8/14

Fri, August 8th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: A few Bluefish, some Sea Mullet, throwback Flounder and Spot. The wind is NE at 9 and the water temp is 77 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported small Trout and a few nice Croakers. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: No report. Nags Head: Spanish, no keeper Flounder and Spot. Jennette’s: Bluefish, Spot, Croaker, Pigfish and Sand Perch. Water temp is 76 degrees. Outer Banks: Spot and Croakers. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Inshore anglers decked plenty of Trout, Flounder, Striped Bass and False Albacore. Nearshore boats caught 2 Sharks, Amberjack and Dolphin. Trolling boats hooked up with plenty of Bluefish and Spanish. Offshore Boats Report: The offshore charters returned to the docks with Wahoo, Dolphin, Yellowfin, Blackfin and Tilefish. There were also plenty of White and Blue Marlin releases including plenty of citations.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 8/7/14

Thu, August 7th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: Croakers and Spot. The wind has switched to N this morning. The water is clearing and choppy. The water temp is 76 degrees. Every so often I get a picture of a Sea Robin for identification. Shawn Leake caught this one fishing the little bridge. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported Croakers, throwback Black Drum and small Trout. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: a couple of small Cobia, Spanish, Blues and Spot. Nags Head: Spanish, Blues and Spot. Jennette’s: Bluefish, Croakers and Triggers. Outer Banks: Spot, Croakers and Mullet. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Another good day for the nearshore boats. Triggers, Amberjack, Sea Mullet, Bluefish, Spot, Spanish and Flounder were brought to shore. The light tackle boats caught Drum, good catch of Trout and Cobia. Offshore Boats Report: The bluewater fleet reported scattered Yellowfin, Blackfin, Dolphin, Wahoo and Tilefish. Bill fishing was fair. There were 14 white, 1 Blue and 1 Sailfish releases.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 8/6/14

Wed, August 6th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: The ocean was rough yesterday. Surfers were out. Fishermen were not. It has calmed considerably this morning. The water is still murky and grass. The wind is WSW at 9 and the water temp is 76 degrees. And we have sunshine! Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported throw back Trout, no keeper Drum and bottom fish this morning. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Bluefish and Spot. Nags Head: Blues, Spanish, Spot and a keeper Flounder. Jennette’s: Blues, Spot and Spanish. Outer Banks: Spot, Croakers and Blues. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Boats reported Spanish, Blues, Sea Mullet, Puppy Drum, Amberjack, Sea Bass, and a good catch of Trout. Offshore Boats Report: Blue water fleet went out though there was a storm still hanging around on the coast. There were White Marlin releases, including one citation plus a citation Sailfish. There were catches of Yellowfin, Dolphin, limits of Tilefish and a 285 lb+ Big-eye.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 8/5/14

Tue, August 5th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: A few bottom fish from Nags Head to Corolla. And then there is the one big one when you least expect it. Jed Jackson caught a 25 in Drum using Shrimp for bait. The wind is N at 9 and the water temps is 75 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported small stuff. Trout, Pinfish and Pigfish. Ever so often, someone catches a keeper Trout. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Spanish, Bluefish and Spot. Nags Head: Blues, Spot, Flounder and Croakers. Jennette’s: Blues and Spot. Outer Banks: Spot, Sea Mullet, Blues and Pompano. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Near shore boats brought home Spanish, Bluefin and Amberjacks. The inshore anglers brought back Flounder, Sea Mullet, Trout and Bluefish in their fish box. Offshore Boats Report: The rain has not slowed the offshore fleet. It was a big day for catching Dolphin. There were Yellowfin, Blackfin and a 169 # Big-eye. Pirates Cove “Country Girl” released a White Marlin, A Blue Marlin and a Sailfish for a grand slam. There were several Blue Marlin, White Marlin and a sailfish releases.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 8/4/14

Mon, August 4th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: The rain is getting in the way of my fishing report. Another day of showers. I have heard of a few scattered Spot and Croakers. We have a calm S wind and the water temp is 73 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported a few Trout, most throw backs and a few Croakers over the weekend. Overall slow. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Nothing yet! Nags Head: Blues, Spanish, Spot and Croaker. Caught a king and 34 in False Albacore Sunday. Jennette’s: Blues and Spot. Water temp is 71 degrees. Outer Banks: Sea Mullet, Spot and Pompano close to the beach. Water temp is 68 degrees. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: No news. Offshore Boats Report: Having to deal with the rain every day, the bluewater fleet are bringing in good catches of Yellowfin and Dolphin, some citation. There were 2 big-eye Tuna caught weighing in at 222 and 200 lbs. Plenty of Triggers, Sea Bass and Amberjack were also decked. There were 19 White Marlin and 2 Blue Marlin releases.

TW’s Daily fishing report. 8/3/14

Sun, August 3rd 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Hatteras Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: The weather is not helping. Fishing is overall slow. There were scattered bottom fish caught. Fishing was better down south. Hatteras beaches reported Sea Mullet, Flounder, Bluefish and Croakers. We will have showers today. Unfortunately, we are going to have summer showers all week. WE have calm SW. The water is calm & glassy. The Paddle boarders are out. I watched one out beside the Nags Head pier this morning. Really good. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported slow. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Slow. Nags Head: Few small Blues. Jennette’s: Spot, Croaker and Pinfish. Water temp is 63 degrees. Outer Banks: Croakers, Mullet and good run of Spot. Water temp is 66 degrees. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore caught Spanish and Blues. Inshore anglers caught Drum and Cobia. Offshore Boats Report: A few boats went offshore Saturday. A few gaffer Dolphin were caught and there were White and Blue Marlin releases. Pirates Cove reported a 180 lb Bluefin was caught on Friday.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 8/2/14

Sat, August 2nd 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: Surf fishing was slow yesterday, due to rain and lack of fishermen. I might add you can catch fish in the rain. I know, I’ve done it. If you are not going to fish, visit TW’s and look at all the good stuff we have. We will have SW wind and showers for the next couple of days and the water temp will be in the 60’s. The water temp this morning is 63 and the SW wind is at 12 kts. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported slow. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Bluefish and decent size Spot. Nags Head: Spot and Bar Jacks. Caught nice King Mackerel late Friday. Jennette’s: Croaker, Spot, Sea Mullet and Sand Perch. Outer Banks: A good run of nice Spot, Croakers and Mullet. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore anglers brought in Spanish, Albacore, Bluefish, and Sea Mullet. Inshore returned with Puppy Drum, Gray Trout, Flounder and Bluefish. Offshore Boats Report: It was not the most pleasant day for fishing, but the bite was on anyway. Lots of flags were flying. Oregon inlet released 26 White Marlin and 4 Blue. There were Yellowfin, plenty of Dolphin and limits of Tilefish.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 8/1/14

Fri, August 1st 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: Summertime fishing is overall slow along northern beaches. Scattered Blues, Spot and Sea Mullet. The wind is ENE at 13 and the water temp is 75 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported slow. A few Trout, Croakers and Spot. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Blues and Spot. Nags Head: Bunch of nice Spot. Jennette’s: Reported a 38 # and 22 # King Mackerel caught before 7 AM. Bluefish, Spot and Croaker. Outer Banks: Decent Spot, Sea Mullet and Blues. Water temp is 77 degrees. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Inshore boats hooked Spanish, Bluefish, Flounder and Sea Mullet. Inshore boats decked Trout, Amberjack and Cobia. Offshore Boats Report: Oregon Inlet released 23 White Marlin and 7 Blue Marlin on Thursday. The charters found the found the Yellowfins, caught plenty of Dolphin and had good catches of Tilefish.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 7/31/14

Thu, July 31st 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: Surf fishermen north of the Inlet reported scattered Spot, Sea Mullet, Flounder and small Bluefish. A 50 in Drum was released on the Avon beach yesterday. Not something you usually hear of this time of the year. Twelve year old Kenny Crawford caught his second big fish this week. Yesterday he added 26.5 #, 47 in King Mackerel to the 27 in Cobia he caught earlier. (Picture). The pier jockeys are telling me they are spotting some big fish circling the end of the piers. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported slow again. A few small Trout and Croakers. The sound boaters report a good Drum and Trout day. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Blues, Sea Mullet and Spot. Nags Head: Spot, Blues and keeper Cobia Jennette’s: 34 in Cobia, Triggers, Spanish and Spot. Outer Banks: Spot, Sea Mullet and Pinfish. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The inlet boat caught Cobia, Amberjack, Trout, released some Rockfish and Red Drum. The Nearshore caught Bluefish and Flounder Offshore Boats Report: Billfish highlighted the action on Wednesday. Oregon Inlet released 23 White and 2 Blue Marlin. Pirates Cove released 15 White Marlin. There were plenty of Dolphin, scattered Yellowfin and Wahoo. Wreck fishing boats caught Tilefish and Sea Bass

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 7/30/14

Wed, July 30th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: Sea mullet, Spot and Croakers. We have N winds at 9 and the water temp is 76 degrees. The water is crystal clear to the sand. Another perfect day on the Outer Banks. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported small Black Drum, throwback Trout and Croakers. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Bluefish and Spot. Nags Head: Spot, Croakers and Bluefish. Jennette’s: Bluefish, Gray Trout and Spot. Outer Banks: Spot. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Near shore fleet caught a variety. They filled their boxes with Bluefish, Spanish, Albacore and Cobia. Inshore anglers caught Trout, Drum, Cobia and bottom fish. Offshore Boats Report: Good size Tuna and scattered Dolphin was decked by the offshore fleet. One Big-eye Tuna weighed in at 129 lbs. Pirates Cove fleet released 21 White Marlin and Pirates Cove released 7. A good Billfish day. Wreck fishing brought in plenty of Sea Bass and Tilefish.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 7/29/14

Tue, July 29th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report:. Winds were a hindrance for the surf fishermen yesterday also and little action was reported. There were a few bottom fish scattered on all the beaches. The wind is NE at 12 today and the water temp is averaging 74 degrees at the piers. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported overall slow. Bottom fish and small Trout. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Blues, spot, Triggers and Cobia spottings around the pier. Nags Head: Spot, Croaker, Triggers and Blues. Jennette’s: Small Cobia & a few Spot. Water temp is 74 degrees. Outer Banks: Spot, Bluefish and Croakers. 75 degrees. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: The trolling boats caught Blues and Spanish nearshore. Open boats caught Cobia, Red Drum and Trout. Offshore Boats Report: Strong winds kept the boats at the docks yesterday.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 7/28/14

Mon, July 28th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: Surf fishing is slow. Scattered Sea Mullet and Spot. The wind is SW at 16. The water temp is 61 degrees and the water is flat. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported Croaker, Spot and small Trout. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Spot and Bluefish. Nags Head: Spot, Bluefish and Croaker. Jennette’s: Bluefish and Spot. Outer Banks: Spot, Bluefish, Croaker and a few Mullet. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore boats brought Bluefish, False Albacore, Amberjack and Dolphin back to the docks. Nearshore are catching Trout, Drum and Cobia. Offshore Boats Report: The fleet caught their limits of Yellowfin ranging in weight from 60 to 80 lbs. There were Dolphin, Wahoo caught. Plus billfish releases.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 7/27/19

Sun, July 27th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: A few Sea mullet and Spot north of the Inlet. The water was beautiful yesterday and I expected to hear more news. Where is everyone? Let me know what’s happening. I do know Archie caught his 25.5 # King from Jennette’s pier. He was pin rigging with a live bunker. The wind is SW is at 10 kts and the water temp is 75 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported Trout, a few keepers, Croaker, Spot and Flounder. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: 2 keeper Flounder, a Spanish and small Cobia. Nags Head: Slow. Croakers and Blues. Jennette’s: Blues, Spot and Sheepshead. Outer Banks: Small Spot and small Pompano. All piers are slow. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Good catches of Puppy Drum, Flounder, Speckle Trout and Sea Mullet were caught inshore. Nearshore caught Albacore and Bluefish. Offshore Boats Report: Plenty of Yellowfin, Wahoo and Dolphin. There were Billfish releases. Pirates Cove Marina could claim 41 Billfish releases. It’s an exciting time of the year for sport fishing.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 7/26/14

Sat, July 26th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: Surf fishing anglers are catching Spot, Sea Mullet and Croaker. 12 yr old Jacob Garner caught an 18 in Drum in KDH using artificial Bait. (Picture). WE have E wind at 4 and the water temp is 77 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported small Trout, Flounder, Croaker and Black Drum. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Few Blues and one Spanish. Nags Head: Spanish, Blues and Spot. Jennette’s: Blues, Spanish, Triggers and a 22 lb King Mackerel. Outer Banks: Mullet, Spot and Blues. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Inshore anglers caught Cobia, Flounder, Trout, and Sea Mullet. Nearshore boats brought in Amberjack and Bluefish. Offshore Boats Report: It was a big Marlin day for the fleet. Many citations were issued. There were plenty of Yellowfin, some Blackfin and more than enough Dophin to keep everyone happy.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 7/25/14

Fri, July 25th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: Surf fishing was slow yesterday. Bottom fish on all the beaches. The wind is N at 18 this morning, NE later in the day. The water is choppy. Water temp is 75 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported Trout, Flounder, Spot and Croaker. Boaters are catching good numbers of Trout in the sound. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Blues, Spot, Croaker and Spanish. Nags Head: Slow. Jennette’s: A good run of Spot and Bluefish. Water temp is 72. Outer Banks: Spot. Water temp is 75 degrees. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore trollers caught Spanish and Bluefish. Wreck fishing had plenty of Sea Bass and Tilefish. Inshore also caught Spanish and Cobia. Offshore Boats Report: The storms did not deter the bluewater fleet from catching plenty of meatfish. There were catches of Yellowfin, Dolphin and Wahoo. Also Billfish releases.

TW’s Daly Fishing Report. 7/24/14

Thu, July 24th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: Scattered Sea Mullet, Croaker and Spot. The beaches to the south of us added Pompano to the mix and Buxton beach added Spanish. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported Croakers. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Spot. Nags Head: Blues, Sea Mullet and Spot. Jennette’s: Bluefish. Outer Banks: Sea Mullet and Spot. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Inshore anglers caught Puppy Drum, Flounder, Ribbon fish, Cobia and Sharks. It was a good day for the nearshore fleet also. They caught Cobia, Albacore, Bluefish, Amberjack, some Dolphin and limits of Tilefish. The head boat caught Flounder, Sea Mullet, Gray Trout, Bluefish, and plenty of Spot and Croakers. Offshore Boats Report: It was a great day for the offshore fleet. Plenty of Yellowfin and Dolphin, Blackfin Tuna, one big Wahoo, and Big-eye Tuna ranging from 161 lb to 238 lb. That’s big Tuna. A good many White Marlin and Blue Marlin releases and 1 Sailfish.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 7/23/14

Wed, July 23rd 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Hatteras Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: Surf fishermen are catching small Croakers, Sea Mullet and small Bluefish. An occasional Drum as did Graham Hobbs fishing in South Nags Head using cut mullet for bait. (Picture). South of the inlet have the same catch with Pompano and Flounder added. The wind is NW at 7 and the water temp is 73 degrees. We have a flat ocean this morning. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported Bluefish, Croaker and Black Drum. Remember, we have a new regulation on Black Drum this year. Black Drum- 14-24in 10/day. One Back Drum per person per day over 25” TL allowed. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Bluefish and small Cobia. Nags Head: Blues, Spanish, Spot and Trout. Jennette’s: Bluefish, Spot and Flounder. Water temp is 75 degrees. Outer Banks: Bluefish, Spot and Flounder, one 17 in. Water temp is 74 degrees. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore anglers had a great fishing day on Tuesday. Amberjack, Spanish, Bluefish, Sea Mullet and Drum were caught. Pirates Cove Marina reported 7 citation Drum. The inshore boats brought in Trout, Sea Mullet and Striper releases. Offshore Boats Report: Bluewater fleet brought in plenty of Dolphin, Yellowfin and Tilefish. There were a good number of White and Blue Marlin releases.

TW’s Daily Fishing Report. 7/22/14

Tue, July 22nd 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: It’s overcast again today. Fishing is slow on the beaches north of the inlet. I got a message from Derrick King fishing the Corolla area. They are catching small Blues, throwback Flounder and Spot. Same everywhere. Down south anglers are beaching Sea Mullet, Spanish, Croakers, Spot and Blues The wind is E at 11 and the water temp is 73 degrees. Water is choppy. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported Croaker, no keeper Trout and Flounder Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: basically slow. Spanish, Bluefish and Sea Mullet. Nags Head: Blues and Spanish. Jennette’s: A small Cobia, 2 Ribbon fish, Bluefish and Sand Perch. Outer Banks: Bluefish, Spot and lots of Rays. Ugg! Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Inshore boats are catching Drum and Specks. Nearshore Gray Trout, Spot, Sea Mullet and plenty of Spanish and Bluefish. Offshore Boats Report: It was a day for sport fishing. A total of 45 White and 7 Blue Marlin were released by Pirates Cove and Oregon Inlets offshore fleet. They also brought in Wahoo, Dolphin Yellowfin and Tilefish.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 7/21/14

Mon, July 21st 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: Bottom fish, small Bluefish north of Oregon Inlet. On the south side, Sea Mullet, Pompano and Bluefish. Winds are E at 9 and the water temp is 75 degrees. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported slow, a few throw back Trout, some Croaker and Spot. Sound fishing has been good for the boaters all weekend. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Few Bluefish. Nags Head: Slow. Jennette’s: Bluefish. Slow. Water temp is 74 degrees. Outer Banks: Slow. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Great catches of Spanish. There were Flounder, Sea Mullet, Croaker and Bluefish in the inlet. Offshore Boats Report: The offshore fleet caught limits of Tilefish, Wahoo, Dolphins and Gaffers, plenty of Yellowfin and a massive 205 lb Big-eye. Pirates Cove released 19 White Marlin.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 7/20/14

Sun, July 20th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: Yesterday started a little slow but there were fish caught. A few Spot, Croaker, Sea Mullet and small Bluefish. There was a 59 lb Cobia caught in Rodanthe. The wind is NW at 8 and the water temp is 73 degrees. Clear water. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported a few Trout, Croakers and Spot. Pier Fishing Report: Avalon: Spot, Sea Mullet, Spanish, Blues and a Puppy Drum. Nags Head: Blues and Spot. Jennette’s: Spot, Bluefish and Spanish. Outer Banks: Spot, Sea Mullet and Blues. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Nearshore fleet had a variety of fish. They had a good day catching Spot, Sea Mullet, Bluefish, Croaker and Trout. Offshore Boats Report: Despite the rain the fleet still had a good bite. Plenty of Dolphin, some Yellowfin, (a 226 lb Tuna) a Blue Marlin release and several White releases.

TW’s Daily fishing Report. 7/19/14

Sat, July 19th 2014 - Offshore from Oregon Inlet, Inshore from Oregon Inlet, Corolla to Nags Head Sound, Corolla to Nags Head Piers, Corolla to Nags Head Surf

Surf Fishing Report: Fishing was slow yesterday. A few bottom fish and small Blues. It was also slow on the south beaches. A few Sea Mullet, Bluefish, Croaker and Spot were caught. We have NE winds this morning at 20. The water temp is 73 degrees. We have morning rain and rough water. Sound Fishing Report: The Little Bridge on the Nags Head/Manteo causeway reported slow. Pier Fishing Report: There are some diehard pier fishermen on the piers this morning. A few Bluefish have been caught. Inshore Boats/Nearshore Report: Inshore boats caught Flounder, Blues and Spanish. Nearshore anglers decked Amberjack, Spanish and Blues. Offshore Boats Report: The Bluewater charters brought plenty of Yellowfin and Dolphin back to the docks. Wreck fishing produced nice catches of Tilefish and Sea Bass. There were also White Marlin releases.


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