Got back from the outer banks yesterday, fished 3 nights, into the early morning, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. It was a great time for the most part, but I was dissapointed that there were so many rude people, on the Nags Head pier that was a group of kids around my age that were very annoying, they were even out there smoking weed, and drinking, and they are only like 16-17yr old. Then there were some older guys out there trying to boss everyone around and tell everyone how to fish and from what I saw they were very ignorant about fishing. Then Friday morning on the Avalon pier, a guy came out there and starting cussing and fussing at us saying we were not suppose to move the little benches around, and we had not even moved them at all, and he fussed at us saying we "had too many Damn poles on the pier" and we had never been there before and didn't know the pole limit, and all we had was 2 poles (total) more than the limit, just a couple bait poles that weren't in the water. We obey the rules on the piers and don't mind being told something, but there was no need for him to act the way he did. Saturday morning, a different older guy came out there on the Avalon pier and did the same exact thing and this time we didn't even have any extra poles or anything. As far as the fishing goes, it was pretty slow, Thursday night we didn't get anything but a few skates, Friday night, I caught 2 sharks, around 3-4ft I guess. And Saturday night we fished down at Buxton off the point for the first time, and my Dad got about a 4ft shark, and that was the only good bite all night. I don't know what was wrong, we fished until morning out there as well, and nobody caught anything from what I saw. The people down around Buxton seemed a lot nicer and more serious about fishing. Other than that, we caught some Blue fish off the piers the two mornings we were out there. Here are the pictures of the sharks.