Fishing Reports

Our staff are always working to bring you the most up to date fishing reports for the Cape Point and the entire Cape Hatteras inshore and offshore areas. We update our reports daily, more often when needed. Get a report or give a report, we’re always ready to talk.

5/19/21

At Ramp 38 a 33″ black drum was caught on sand fleas on a double hook bottom rig. Spanish Mackerel at Ramp 44. We had a report of big Cobia being caught offshore near Hatteras. The speckled trout bite is on in the sound i personally have caught several in the last couple days from…

Tuesday 05/18/2021

Slow fishing today ramp 45 had a 5 1/2 ft blacktip shark, ramps 38, and 48 both were good today for sea mullet. and puppy drum and trout we scattered through the sound today. as always check back for tomorrow’s report. -Grant

Fishing Report – Friday, 05/14/2021

The only thing we heard caught today were blue fish and a large ray caught off Ramp 55.  Please let us know what you are catching out there.   Denise I was just told that there were a lot of mullet caught just south of the Point.

Fishing Report – Friday, 05/07/2021

A citation form was completed for a 2 pound, 12 ounce sea mullet, along with other sea mullet caught off Ramp 43.  Two sheepshead, one 9 pound, 10 ounce (citation) and one 5 pound were caught off Ramp 43.  A few citation-size red drum were caught off Ramp 45 and Ramp 55.  Sharks were biting…

05/06/2021 Thursday

slow fishing today had a few citation drum that were caught at the point right before dark, also a few hammer head sharks where caught at the point. ramp 55 had a few blue fish caught today as well. check back in tomorrow -Grant

5/5/21 Wednesday Evening

Big Drum and blues down at Ramp 55.  And the big drum are still biting at night mostly at the point. And i also heard about a really good cobia bite at Oregon Inlet today and that’s about all I have heard.

5/4/21 Tuesday Evening

We heard about big Drum being caught at all times of the day today at the Point. More citations filled out. Also at the point today lots of sea mullet. And at ramp 55 the big drum were caught.     Mike.

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