Hatteras Fishing Report

Fishing News on Hatteras Island

Surrounded by water and in close proximity to the Gulf Stream, Hatteras Island emanates a life rich in fish culture. Some islanders fish for a living, some islanders fish for fun, some islanders sell fish in their restaurants and some islanders prepare bountiful fish-rich meals for their families. One thing is for sure, the various Hatteras Island fisheries have an impact on those who are blessed to call this place their home and we love sharing them with our friends and neighbors. While the docks are always abuzz with fishing action, sharing with you is exactly what we aim to do. Check out our fishing report below to stay tuned on what's being caught, what they're using to catch them and the fisheries that are ever-changing!

From Sea to Plate

One of the most exciting things about fishing is the catch itself. That glorifying moment when the hunt becomes luctrative and you're fighting nature's ancient battle of man vs. animal. One of the most of satisfying things about fishing is when your catch is sitting before you in the...

The Lead in Picture has every one of our Fleet out Fishing.  Got em is getting ready to leave and the Lone Boat at Marina is a Private Boat "Turn Me Loose"  Great Day and Good Fishing, 20 Pictures will Speak for themselves.  


Jim Ellis and friends had a good catch of big dolphin!

The dolphin weren't as careless today, but there are always a few suckers! A big thanks to Mark, Jason, James and Dallas for a great time aboard the Sea Angel II!

We had a great day dolphin fishing with Richard, Clayton, Chuck and Uncle Si! They sure were biting!

Charles Knott and family had a good afternoon catching Spanish Mackerel aboard the Sea Angel II after getting blown out for an off-shore trip.


Dolphin of the Gaffer Size and Pretty Good Numbers, a Few AJ's a Wahoo a Few Sails and a White One.. Nice Mixed Batch..  



Matt, Hana, Chris and Glynn had a good trip catching big dolphin!


Dolphin,  BlackFins and Some Huge Triggers approaching 8 pounds.....



Blues, Spanish and a Few Cobia and Flounder....