Hatteras North Carolina US GPS Fishing Spots (23730+)

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Download over 23730+ fishing spots in Hatteras, North Carolina, US. We have the best Hatteras fishing spots. Tired of fishing the same spots? Our files contain artificial and natural reefs, buoys, ledges, rocks, shipwrecks, and many other types of structures that hold fish, in a 100 miles radius of Hatteras.

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Top 25 Hatteras Fishing Spots

Here are the top 25 most popular fishing spots in a 30 mile (48 km) radius of Hatteras:

  1. The Rock Pile
    The Rock Pile, is probably the most famous fishing spot off Hatteras and South of The Point. A ridge of rocky structure in 180 feet of water that runs from the Southwest to

  2. U-576
    German submarine U-576 was a Type VIIC U-boat of the Nazi German Kriegsmarine during World War II. She carried out five patrols, sank four ships of 15,450 GRT and damaged

  3. Pamlico Canyon
    This is a deep drop from 984' to over 3000' in less than 2000' of distance.

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  6. Blueline Tile Hole
    This is a good area to drift for Blueline Tilefish in the 600-800' range. When it drops to 800 - 1000' you will find Snowy Grouper.

  7. Captain Earls Hump
    Captain Earls Hump

    The tanker Ormidale, later renamed Bluefields, which was torpedoed and sunk in 1942 by German submarine U-576. Year Built: 1917 Place Built: Manitowoc, Wisconsin Shipyard:

  9. The Doubles North
    Grouper in the summer, King Mackerel in the fall, BSB in the spring.

  10. Short Stop
    Grouper in the summer, King Mackerel in the fall, Black Sea Bass in the spring.

    The Dixie Arrow was one of a series of "Arrow" ships built for and owned by the Socony-Vacuumm Oil Co., aka "Mobil", There were the Broad Arrow, China Arrow, India Arrow, Japa

  12. Ocracoke Rocks North
    Wahoo and King Mackerel in the summer and fall.

  13. AR-255 - Buoy
    AR-255 - Buoy   Small Black Sea Bass. Good trolling for mackerel and bonita. 

  14. Proteus
    In August 1918, the freighter Proteus collided with a tanker off Cape Hatteras and now rests in 125 feet of water about 25 miles south of the Hatteras Inlet. Dimensions:&n

  15. The Rock Pile Center
    The Rock Pile Center

  16. The Doubles North 2
    Grouper in the summer, King Mackerel in the fall, BSB in the spring.

  17. Swordfish Seamount
    This hump has a nice ledge on the East side. It drops down over 1200 feet deep. This is a confirmed Swordfish spot.

  18. Tuna Run NE
    Yellowfin tuna area in the spring. 

  19. Rock Ledge
    King Mackerel in the fall, Dolphin and Cobia in the summer, Snapper and Grouper in summer and fall.

  20. Tuna Run SW
    Yellowfin tuna area in the spring.

  21. Snapper Grouper Bottom
    Triggerfish in the Summer, Snapper and Grouper in the summer and fall.

  22. Ledge

  23. Hatteras Rocks
    Rocks off Hatteras

  24. Tuna Run Center
    Yellowfin tuna area in the spring.

  25. Hatteras Fishing Report Videos for May
    May 2015 has been as fruitful as previous years with an abundance of Mahi-mahi and scattered Blackfin, Yellowfin, and a few Blue and White Marlin. I got to fish many days th

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Latest Hatteras Fishing Spots

We are constantly adding new fishing spots and updating existing spots with new information. Here are the are the latest fishing spots around Hatteras
  1. Golden Tilefish Ledge
    This spot is the center of a ledge that runs for at least half a mile. The eighth of a mile or so to the east northeast and west southwest of this spot holds Golden Til

  2. Red Porgy

  3. Red Porgy

  4. Red Porgy

  5. Red Porgy

  6. Red Porgy

  7. Red Porgy

  8. Red Porgy

  9. Red Porgy

  10. Red Porgy

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