Outer Banks
Inshore Fishing

What’s biting now at the Outer Banks?

Anglers catching plenty of speckled trout, redfish According to Capt. Pete Cruger of Sneaky Pete OBX Fishing Charters in the Outer Banks area, the speckled trout and redfish are feeding heavily. They don’t seem bothered […]

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OBX specks are on

This has been one of the best years in memory for speckled trout along North Carolina’s Outer Banks, according to guide Ken Dempsey, and it will get even better this month if it’s anything like past Novembers. […]

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OBX whiteout

Although blue marlin may be the most-romanticized member of the marlin family due to their size, it’s their smaller cousin, the white marlin, that will be causing all the fuss around North Carolina’s Oregon Inlet this month, when fish congregate around massive bait schools found in Gulf Stream eddies, fattening up before cooler weather pushes them south. […]

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Blackfin tuna are biting along Outer Banks

The blackfin tuna are biting along North Carolina’s Outer Banks! Scott Rhodes of Statesville and Carrie Kibler of Winston-Salem caught these four blackfin — and 23 others — on a Sunday trip with Capt. Bruce Armstrong on the Sea Angel II out of Hatteras Landing Marina. […]

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Target OBX bulls

When July gets hot, the fishing gets even hotter inside Hatteras and Ocracoke inlets. Bull redfish up to 50 inches are all around, and there’s no more exciting way to catch them then chunking jigs and spoons to schools of 300 to 400 fish. […]

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Hit the OBX tuna blitz

May is the month when bluewater fishermen flock to North Carolina’s Outer Banks for the year’s best chance at doing battle with big yellowfin tuna and their blackfin cousins. […]

Inshore Fishing

Find a fish funnel, find OBX reds

While sight-casting is certainly the most-thrilling means of targeting big red drum, it’s not always the most practical. Low-light conditions, high winds and occasional stained water can make putting eyes on a school nearly impossible.  […]