Offshore boats caught their limits of seabass and scattered white marlin . Contact: Oregon Inlet Fishing Center 252-441-6301, www.oregon-inlet.com.
Offshore boats remained docked throughout the week. Inshore anglers reported s kates, dogfish and speckled trout. Contact: Red Drum Tackle 252-995-5414, hatterasisland.com; offshore news, Oden’s Dock 252-986-2555, odensdock.com; Teach’s Lair Marina 252-986-2460.
Cape Lookout/Bogue Inlet
Speckled trout remain the only fish being caught in the area on the beaches. Anglers have remained off the piers and boats because of cold conditions. Contact: EJW Outdoors at 252-247-4725; ncwaterman.com; or ncoif.com.
Puppy drum and sea mullet are biting on the beaches. Contact: Tex’s Tackle 910-791-1763, texstackle.com.
In the creeks, s peckled trout and red drum are biting. Around the inlets, flounder have been reported along with scattered black drum. For those venturing offshore, wahoo are still biting. Contact: East Coast Discount Tackle 910-328-1887, eastcoastsports.com.
L argemouth bass are biting on ascending jerk baits and medium-diving crankbaits. Crappie are anywhere from 10-to-15 feet deep and are biting on live minnows and crappie jigs. Catfish and w hite bass have slowed down. Water level: normal 251.5, Wednesday 250.9, full pool 264.8. Contact: Outhouse Tackle 919-217-0085; wmi.org.
Largemouth bass have been biting on medium-diving crankbaits. Striped bass are still biting on spoons at medium depths. Crappie are biting on minnows and soft plastics. Water level: normal 300, Wednesday 296.63, full pool 320. Contact: Bobcats Bait and Tackle 434-374-8381; kerrlake.com.
Shearon Harris Lake
Largemouth bass remain the only fish being caught and are biting on spoons. Contact: The Tackle Box 919-557-8255; wmi.org.
(For water levels go to http://epec.saw.usace.army.mil/)