The Outer Banks Speckled Trout Bite is Going Off

While most of the big fish enthusiasts are chasing the cobias, gaffer dolphin, and tunas in the ocean, we’ve been staying on the lighter side of things and enjoying a magnificent speckled trout bite in the sound.  My bet is alot of our fish in the Pamlico River went that way late this spring.  The fish are scattered everywhere and folks are catching good numbers all over the Outer Banks from Currituck down to Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills, Nags Head, Manteo, Wanchese, Oregon Inlet and down Hatteras Island.  It’s just a great time to be fishing the Outer Banks.  The boat is tied up along the boardwalk on the Manteo waterfront just down from Poor Richard’s Sandwich Shop and in front of The Tranquil House Inn and 1587 Restaurant.  The Manteo waterfront has been bustling with activity everyday with so much to do.  Come on down and check us out and experience what Roanoke Island and the Outer Banks have to offer while also experiencing some world class speckled trout fishing.

I am back in Washington for some upcoming trips on the Pamlico River but will be back down in Manteo permanently for the summer later this weekend.  Give me a call to get in on the bite if you like to catch quality trout on light tackle.

Here are a few pics from the last couple of days:

Bob, Matthew, and Barb from Ohio are in the meat!

This crew from Pennsylvania is all smiles with a box full of speckles.

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