Even though today was a chilly but gorgeous day here on this island, there hasn’t been any reports of fish being caught. Have a great evening and tight lines. Bryan
It has been a very rainy day here on the island…A few reports of dog fish being caught at the point but other than that, it has been a slow day. The weather is not supposed to be any better tomorrow but hopefully the fish will show up! Hope everyone has a great evening and…
Reports of puppy drum being caught at Ramp 48 and Ramp 49…Also, reports of puppy drum being caught on the point this morning. Have a great evening, tight lines. Bryan
Hope everyone had a great day! The temperature reached 65 degrees and the red drum were biting again today. Bryan reported hearing that the red drum were biting at the Old Frisco Pier location and at Cape Point. We did have quite the downpour about noon today but then cleared as the day progressed. Bring on spring,…
Had a report of 2 Red Drum that were 36″ and 38″, right at 1:30 PM. There have been upper-slot sized Puppy drum caught on the Point and at the site of old Frisco Pier. Good Luck! From, Bryan and Kara
As expected the Drum bite is on again today. Great weather and great fishing… Yeah! Upper Slot Drum are already being reported from the south side of the Point to Hatteras Inlet on Grubs and Shrimp. Sharks and Skates have been caught on the North Side of the Point. Come on out and FISH!!!!!
There were red drum caught at ramp 49 , just north of the old pier site. Drum at 55 again, in the slot. Then, at about 2, the slot drum showed up in good measure. They were being caught on shrimp, mullet. We had seen about a 29 inch Drum caught on a trout rod,…
Days in December of the drum bite
Welcome to the newly redesigned Red Drum Tackle Shop website! This is a picture of one of our team members on the point this past November 24, 2017 with his red drum
Another great day of Drum fishing here on the Outer Banks today. The bite moved to the North Side of the Point this afternoon. Good reports of Drum to Upper Slot with a few larger fish caught. Black Drum were occasionally mixed in and a fun day was had for those venturing out.