Outer Banks fishing is some of the best in the world. In fact many visitors come here for that activity alone. The Outer Banks fishing reports listed below include information for head boats, offshore charters, surf fishing, pier fishing and inshore charters, but there's also fly fishing, inshore wading and private guides and charters here. Various marinas around the area run these trips. Offshore fishing charters are the big kahuna of Outer Banks fishing. People who come here for fishing opportunities often elect to take advantage of the wide host of fishing charters and spend a day out at sea.
If you’re feeling adventurous, you might tackle some sailfish. However, the novice angler might feel more inclined to begin their fishing career by catching mackerel. By clicking on the entries among the Outer Banks fishing reports, you can find pictures of recent fishing trips. The shots of lengthy and shiny tuna can spark your motivation to garner a catch that’ll match the ones in those pictures ... or even surpass it!
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Head boats and charter fishing trips take parties of up to six people out to the Gulf Stream most days. The large, accommodating vessels are excellent ways for families to experience Outer Banks fishing all together. But you might prefer a smaller group for your trip, which is always an option. If you decide to participate in a charter, make sure you call ahead of time to book your trip when it’s convenient for both you and the captain.
We receive new Outer Banks fishing reports daily, so you can find out what’s best to catch that day and where to catch it. Our Outer Banks fishing reports help you find marinas and sport fishing companies in line with the type of trip you want to help you achieve the optimal fishing experience. Curious about what’s biting and where? Check the fishing report listed below, then get out there and make some fish stories happen. Tight Lines!