Outer Banks Fishing
Rodanthe fishing.

Fishing on the Outer Banks

Hatteras Island and the entire Outer Banks have always been an important destination for summer vacation fun. Nothing says fun like a family beach trip with the kids playing in the sand and dad watching a fishing rod. Catching a fish dinner while on vacation is a fantastic memory.

Beach surf fishing in the Rodanthe, Waves and Salvo area is just a matter of hiking over a dune while carrying some chairs, fishing gear and a little bait. Normally you won't need a lot of heavy saltwater fishing tackle. Experience has shown that it isn't necessary to make long casts or use heavy weights. Try fishing in the feeding zone just beyond where the waves are hitting the beach. Use just enough weight to allow your bait to hold bottom and be slowly pushed inward by the waves.

Are you looking for a more adrenaline pumping family fishing adventure? Consider a charter out of world famous Oregon Inlet. These yachts and their professional crews can provide a half day inshore trip or a spectacular offshore big game experience that you won't soon forget.

Surf Fishing


The Outer Banks has developed around its many fantastic fishing opportunities. There are many tackle shops, marinas and professional guides available that can help steer you towards a great fishing adventure while you are on your vacation. Please don't hesitate to discuss exactly what you are looking for with them. With more years of fishing experience than you can even imagine, these folks are here solely to help you enjoy the fantastic fishing.

Outer Banks Sport Fishing Charters

Specializing in offshore big game fishing charters and tournament fishing charters.

Outer Banks Sport Fishing Charters

Specializing in family friendly charters and group share walk on chaters.

Outer Banks Sport Fishing Charters

Specializing in inshore and offshore family charters.