We are catching plenty of red drum along the OBX beaches. Water temp today on the surf is 68 degrees. We have plenty of fresh finger mullet, fresh larger mullet, fresh shrimp, and bloodworms. 27” Duck Beach, Jim Doerr, Akron, OH
Fishing on the Outer Banks has been very good. Catches of red drum, sea mullet, spot, black drum, and pompano on the surf. We have fresh shrimp, fresh mullet, and bloodworms, in stock. Picture of Paul with a 24in red drum he caught on the Duck surf.
We have plenty of fresh bait here at Bobs bait & tackle Duck, Outer Banks. Fresh mullet, shrimp, and bloodworms. Surf fishing is excellent for red drum today.
Our half day fishing charters here on the Outer Banks we offer have been doing very well with good catches of big and keeper red drum, trout, flounder, and bottom fish. We have half, extended, and full day fishing charters available. Give us a call to book your next fishing adventure.
Plenty of red drum being caught from Corolla to Ocracoke on the beach along with bottom fish. We have plenty of fresh finger mullet, fresh shrimp, and bloodworms. Samuel T. With a nice size red drum.
The surf fishing in Duck and entire outer banks has been great past couple days. Lots of red drum, spot, croaker, kingfish, and few trout. Picture by ALEX W.
Our sportsman charters are catching big red drum and speckled trout. Picture courtesy of sound barrier charters with anglers Tim, Trey, and Mike. To book a charter trip with us here on the Outer Banks give us a call at (252)261-8589.
Jeffrey brought by his trophy for us to check out. He was overall first place winner for the Virginia Fishing Tournament.
Our inshore charters we offer here on the Outer Banks have been doing great. On our sportsman charters we are getting plenty of speckled trout, big red drum, and flounder. To book a nearshore, sportsman, or full day fishing charter give us a call here at Bobs Bait And Tackle. We have plenty of availability.
Plenty of red drum being caught on the Obx beaches. We have plenty of fresh finger mullet in stock. Mr. Macdonald with a keeper puppy drum.