Outer Banks Fishing

Photo Courtesy of Shooters at the Beach

While the Outer Banks is known as the "Blue Marlin Capitol of the World, anglers enjoy a variety of fishing options on North Carolinas Outer Banks: surf and pier fishing, freshwater, fly and sound fishing, inshore and offshore charter fishing.

North Carolina’s Coastal Recreational Fishing License is effective January 1, 2007. This license can be purchased on a 10-day, annual or lifetime basis, or combined with a variety of licenses issued by the Wildlife Resources Commission. The N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries will administer the new saltwater fishing license. To view license options or for more information, please visit our website www.ncdmf.net or call the DMF at (252) 726-7021 or 1-800-682-2632. The North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries offers an on-line recreational coastal waters guide for sportfishermen including size and catch regulationsfish finder, catches by area, statewide fishing tournaments, and more.

Outer Banks Fishing Reports Are Brought to You by:

Oregon Inlet Fishing Center
Pirate's Cove Yacht Club
Hatteras Harbor Marina
Outer Banks Fishing Report

 The following Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce member businesses can help make your fishing experience a special one:


Need Additional Information?

Call our Chamber office at (252) 441-8144,
8:30 am - 5:00 pm, Monday-Friday, EST.




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