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Report Tons of specks on the piers especially Surf City. At times they are all undersize but other times they are big. Lots of black drum as well as a few nice pompano. Reds are still in the backwaters as well as on the surf. Lots of nice sea mullett off the surf as well. Kins have been scarce but mabey we will get a report this weekend. Spots are thick about a mile out but none on the beach. Good luck
Capt Chris Medlin
East Coast Sports
11-15-2003
www.eastcoastsports.com



Next full moon is in about 18 days
CONDITIONS:. We had Southeast winds around 15 mph. with cloudy skies. The Hatteras HI as reported from the Cape Hatteras School was an unseasonal 77.

Today's Forecast ... Mostly cloudy with a 70 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms...Mainly during the afternoon. Some storms may contain strong and damaging winds. Highs 72 to 77. Very windy. South winds 25 to 35 mph increasing to 30 to 40 mph in the afternoon.



At 3 p.m. Tuesday, the repaired road between Frisco and Hatteras Village was unceremoniously opened to residents, property owners and people with business to conduct. The road will be open to the public at noon Saturday, November 22. Complete Story Link



OREGON INLET OFFSHORE: Scattered Tuna & a couple Wahoo. Lots of Stripers at the Inlet. HATTERAS OFFSHORE: Continued great King Mackerel fishing.

HATTERAS INSHORE: No report
RODANTHE, SALVO AREA: Bluefish, Black Drum, Sea Mullet and Gray Trout.

AVON AREA: Black Drum, Blowtoads, Gray Trout, small Blues, a few Sea Mullet, and a few Puppy Drum.

THE POINT & BUXTON: Small Blues, Puppy Drum, Skates & Sharks. 1 big Drum.

SOUTH BEACH & FRISCO AREA: No report.

HATTERAS BEACHES: No report
OCRACOKE: No report

AREA BEACHES OCEAN WATER TEMPERATURES
Avalon Pier: 62 Avon Pier: 64
Duck Pier: 63 Oregon Inlet: 64


Recieved from hatterashi.com and east coasts sports
 
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