Yellowfin tuna can be caught. Contact: Oregon Inlet Fishing Center 252-441-6301, www.oregon-inlet.com.
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Puppy drum, blow toad, bluefin and sea mullet can be found. Contact: Red Drum Tackle 252-995-5414, www.hatteras-island.com; offshore news, Oden’s Dock 252-986-2555, www.odensdock.com; or www.hatterasharbor.com.
Cape Lookout/Bogue Inlet
Inshore, gray and speckled trout and crab can be caught. In the surf and off the piers, sea mullet, gray trout and drums are biting. Near shore, flounder and sea bass can be caught. Contact: EJW Outdoors 252-247-4725; Portside Marina 252-726-7678; www.ncoif.com.
In the surf and off the piers, puffer fish, sea mullet, speckled trout, bluefin tuna and flounder are being caught. In the sound, trout, flounder and red drum are being caught. Offshore, grouper, wahoo and snappers are being caught. In the Gulf stream, yellowfin tuna and bluefin tuna are being caught. Contact: East Coast Discount Tackle 910-328-1887, www.eastcoastsports.com.
Wilmington/ Wrightsville Beach
Inshore, trout, drum, whiting and bluefish can be caught. Offshore, grouper and king mackeral can be caught. Contact: Tex’s Tackle 910-791-1763, www.texstackle.com.
Offshore, king mackeral and bluefin tuna can be found. Inshore, trout, red drum and black drum can be found. Off the piers and in the surf, bluefish and whiting can be found. Contact: Dutchman Creek Bait & Tackle 910-457-1221; www.yeahrightcharters.com; or www.oifishingcenter.com.
Heavy ran has caused fishing to be slow. Water level: normal 216, Wednesday 229, full pool 240. Contact: Wilsonville General Store 919-362-7101; Crosswinds Marina 919-387-7011.
No report available because of the weather. Water level: normal 300, Wednesday 307.31, full pool 320. Contact: Bobcat’s Bait & Tackle 434-374-8381; www.kerrlake.com.
No report available.
Shearon Harris Lake
Crappie and white perch can be caught at 12-16 feet on minnows. Largemouth bass can be caught in shallower water on soft plastic worms. Contact: The Tackle Box 919-557-8255; www.wmi.org.
(For water levels go to http://epec.saw.usace.army.mil/)