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Outer Banks fishing is some of the best in the world. In fact many visitors come here for that activity alone. The Outer Banks fishing reports listed below include information for head boats, offshore charters, surf fishing, pier fishing and inshore charters, but there's also fly fishing, inshore wading and private guides and charters here. Various marinas around the area run these trips. Offshore fishing charters are the big kahuna of Outer Banks fishing. People who come here for fishing opportunities often elect to take advantage of the wide host of fishing charters and spend a day out at sea.

If you’re feeling adventurous, you might tackle some sailfish. However, the novice angler might feel more inclined to begin their fishing career by catching mackerel. By clicking on the entries among the Outer Banks fishing reports, you can find pictures of recent fishing trips. The shots of lengthy and shiny tuna can spark your motivation to garner a catch that’ll match the ones in those pictures ... or even surpass it!

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Head boats and charter fishing trips take parties of up to six people out to the Gulf Stream most days. The large, accommodating vessels are excellent ways for families to experience Outer Banks fishing all together. But you might prefer a smaller group for your trip, which is always an option. If you decide to participate in a charter, make sure you call ahead of time to book your trip when it’s convenient for both you and the captain.

We receive new Outer Banks fishing reports daily, so you can find out what’s best to catch that day and where to catch it. Our Outer Banks fishing reports help you find marinas and sport fishing companies in line with the type of trip you want to help you achieve the optimal fishing experience. Curious about what’s biting and where? Check the fishing report listed below, then get out there and make some fish stories happen. Tight Lines!


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Beautiful morning here on the Outer Banks looks like it is going to be mostly sunny with a stray thunderstorms in the afternoon. Water temps have cooled down over the passed few days and muddied up a lot. Hopefully by Saturday or Sunday when this Bermuda high pushes off of us we will see the beach and pier fishing pick up once we get some northeast wind again. 

Surf - Few bottom fish on the norther beaches and down south they have been catching a few drum, mullet, spanish and blues. 

Piers - Fishing has been a little slower over the past few days with this dirty water just a few sea mullet.

Inshore - Great day of fishing in the sound catching puppy drum and trout on lures. The inshore fleet came back with a good amount of spanish and a few boats managed to find some kings. 

Offshore - The boats came back with Mahi and bigeyes yesterday. It was a great day of fishing for the entire fleet!!! 

            AM     PM
High -  7:04   7:24
Low -   1:16   12:46

Winds - Southwest @ 15mph    

Water temp - 63 in duck

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STOP ON IN AND SIGN UP TODAY for the TW’s 2021 1st annual trout fishing tournament Fish For The Fallen will run from 9/11-11/11 with the winners being announced at the annual oyster roast.

It’s a beautiful fall Saturday here on the Outer Banks! Fishing has definitely picked up since the blow we had earlier in the week.

Pier Fishing Report:
The piers have been doing extremely good with catches of SPOT, SEA MULLET, BLACK DRUM, FLOUNDER, SPECKLED TROUT, BLUE FISH, BLOW TOADS, PUPPY DRUM and large DRUM.
The Bonner Bridge had reports of BLUE FISH, SHEEPSHEAD, SPOT, BLACK DRUM, STRIPER and slot size DRUM.

Surf Fishing Report:

Inshore/Sound Fishing Report:
The sound fishing is excellent with limits of SPECKLED TROUT, STRIPER and DRUM being caught.
The little bridge reported catches of SPECKLED TROUT and STRIPER caught early in the morning.

Inshore Fishing Report:
Inshore boats had a beautiful day catching SPANISH MACKEREL, RIBBON FISH and BLUE FISH.

Offshore Fishing Report:
The offshore boats had a great day catching several large BIGEYE TUNA and MAHI MAHI. There were several BLUE MARLIN released as well.

HIGH 5:02 5:21
LOW 11:15 11:46

High of 77°


WIND: SW @ 5-10

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TW's Bait & Tackle

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The Outer Banks of North Carolina, a 200-mile string of barrier islands, filled with unspoiled beaches, multi-million dollar vacation homes and known as one of the country's best resort areas. But long before it became a hot tourist destination, fishermen from across the country flocked to the Outer Banks in search of one thing, world-class fishing. And one company is known as the place to go for fishing on the Outer Banks. TW’s bait and tackle.

My name is Terry Stewart, welcome to TW’s bait and tackle, here in Raleigh North Carolina on the North Carolina Outer Bank. We've been in this location for 20 years, to get your bait and tackle in Corolla there's a few choices but TW’s bait and tackle is the premier shop and it's been here longer than anyone else.

Fishing here, is legendary. The Outer Banks holds several records and is known as the bill fish capital of the world, whether fishing from the surf, dropping a line from one of the many fishing piers, exploring the sound or taking a charter to the Gulf Stream, anglers will find a wide variety of fish. Experienced anglers can find everything they need from a saltwater fishing license to top-of-the-line equipment.

 I guess one of our biggest draws here in the TW bait and tackle is our fresh bait. Fresh bait is always the best thing to use on the beach to catch the most fish. We also have a lot of bottom rigs that we hand make ourselves and sell here in the store. We have hundreds of rod and reel combos anything from dial to pin to Shimano, Okuma, Shakespeare. We carry all the major brands and all different price levels. If you want to fish in North Carolina, you have to have a fishing license and we're the only location to sell fishing license within a 20 mile radius and the inside scoop on where the fish are biting.

When people come to the Outer Banks, they want to know what's going on in the fishing world. You can come in the store and ask we do daily fishing reports every day in the store or you can check our online report which is very popular, we've had as many as 16,000 hits in a day.

The same amazing fishing that drew visitors as far back as the 1920s, still remains but today over seven million people visit the Outer Banks for the summer vacations many looking to explore these waters and experience the thrill of some of the world's best sport fishing.

One of the things about vacationing on the Outer Banks and in Corolla is a family beach and most of the families are here for an entire week. Some of the family members will see every day and whether they came to the Outer Banks to fish or not, most of the time we'll end up seeing them in the store because they see people catching fish on the beach and want to try it for the first time and we're here to help. We have a lot of families that come into tws bait and tackle that have never fished or crabbed in their life, we can help them get rigged up with our knowledgeable staff. Both of them can be very inexpensive very family-oriented and just a lot of fun outdoors. Our staff is very knowledgeable and always eager to help.

One trip to the Corolla area and you quickly realize Corolla isn't the typical fishing town. The Corolla location is wonderful because you have a lot of high-end visitors to Corolla. Money does not seem to be an object, everybody's here to catch a few fish enjoy the beach, the Sun and the fun. The Outer Banks and the community of Corolla has all of nature's wonders we have the ocean on one side, we have the sound on the other side, we have wild horses, we have all kinds of fish it's just a beautiful place to live and work.

When families come to the Corolla area they generally don't want to leave and go back down to the beach towards to Kittyhawk. They stay in the Corolla, they do their shopping in the corolla area. This shopping center in Corolla, is a great location because we have the food line grocery store we have a lot of restaurants and other gift shops throughout the shopping center. It's a major draw for anyone that visits the village of Corolla. Any family that visits Corolla also knows the name of Timbuktu shopping center which is just right across the street.

One trip to TWs reveals it's much more than your everyday bait-and-tackle. We sell a lot of bait and tackle but we also sell a lot of clothing. We not only have clothing for the fishermen but we have clothing for the whole family both women and the children. We carry a brand-name clothing such as Columbia, pelagic, costa, guy harvey and a lot of our own custom-made shirts.

TWs provides an owner/operator the opportunity to make a true six-figure income, while living in one of the country's most desirable areas. It's also a lifestyle business. One of the great things about owning a business in Corolla is yes we have your standard summer season, which is very busy from Memorial Day through Labor Day but the fishing season extends on into the fall and after that there's a lot of free time.

Whether driving on the beach with your rods and reels, headed out to the Gulf Stream to tackle a Marlin, hunting blue crab in the sound or just looking for some of the latest clothing and accessories. TWs has you covered, if you're ready for your own business and want to experience all the Outer Banks has to offer, contact MidStreet today to learn more about this exceptional opportunity.

This business was sold by MidStreet mergers and acquisitions. To learn more contact MidStreet today.


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