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June 5th – Outer Banks Surf – Sound – Back Country Fishing Report
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June 5th – Outer Banks Surf – Sound – Back Country Fishing Report

Capt Marty Brill Outer Banks Fishing Report

Monday June 5th
Outer Banks Surf – Sound – Back Country Fishing Report with Capt Marty Brill

Hello everyone it’s Capt Marty and here is your daily Outer Banks Surf, Sound, Back Country fishing reports from the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

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Good morning. It’s Monday June 5th. This is your Surf, Sound and Backcountry fishing report.

It blew a lot on Sunday so we don’t have much of anything to report on Sunday with that backdoor cold front. But we do have a really really good opportunity to see some fish along the surf on Saturday including a few small Cobia caught in the surf. So that’s the first of those I’ve heard this year. There were some drum caught around the inlets most a yearling sized drum but Puppy Drum and Black Drum. And all the usual haunts and off the piers as well.

Speckled Trout bite was on one of the better places to catch speckled trout and puppy drum. With some of the kayakers fishing around Oregon Inlet did really really well, and caught some fish that way and all in all, there was opportunity for Blue Fish, and Sheapshead, Dlack Drum, Speckled Trout and Puppy Drum in the sound.

So we appreciate all of that information. Folks sharing with us, it’s a great week to get out and do a little fishing and the fishing is good, the table is set. If you are not rigged up to do it yourself you can get a guided boat go out with two or three people for half a day. There’s no better way to learn how to fish in the backcountry than to go with a professional the first time so keep that in mind. That’s my report for you on this Monday morning.