Not a promising start. On Wednesday I started out at Buckroe Pier and managed 13 spots. Then I fished the east wind for two days at Jennettes while the Nags Head Surf Fishing Tournament was happening on the beaches. While the wind was E-15 and should have been drummy, the water was king green. I tried and managed a couple of atlantic sharpnose sharks and one ribbonfish. I got one bluefish out of my hours and hours of throwing stingsilvers and gotchas for big spanish and false albacore, which were popping up everywhere in rivers of glass minnows all around the pier. I didn't score, but a Hokies did (grad of 08 who plugged for hours and managed five spanish, with three 3-4 pound class 22-24 inch fish.) My friend Hampton got the only albacore.
I could have fished today, but the weather is the same. I bet they have another big run on Saturday when the bigger blow starts.