So I got the bright idea to get a hotel last night and drive down to do a little break of dawn fishing for Spanish off Jennette's. The forecast called for a little morning rain but Bonnie had other ideas. It is howling and pouring and appears to have parked itself for the rest if the day.
I did check out all the piers--lots of sea mullet and a few scattered blues but that's about it.
Water Temp yesterday was 70 degrees at Rodanthe, head South.
I just Checked the Rodanthe webcam no one
is fishing it in the Rain, which means a fella like you can go and clean up.
NE wind Water looks semi-clear could be Cobia/Drum/Sharks If I was on the OBX today I would be at Rodanthe or Avon throwing drum baits and have a live Bluefish out on a Cobia Slide rig.
I think there is still a lone soldier piling in the way from the last pier damage at Rodanthe, which makes it a bit of a challenge.
Head South from Nags Head and get closer to the Cobia/Drum bottom bait bite, now is the Perfect time for this bite at Rodanthe you just need to get in your Grundens. I have had my best days Cobia fishing with Bottom baits at this time and with current weather conditions.