#1 Inshore Fishing Charter In Nags Head, NC
Experience the thrill of inshore fishing in the Outer Banks with the best inshore fishing charter in Nags Head.
Types of Fish We Catch On Inshore Nags Head Fishing Charters!
An inshore fishing charter in the Outer Banks is an exciting opportunity to catch a variety of different species of fish in the shallow waters along the coast. Depending on the time of year and the specific location, you can expect to target a range of species, including red drum, speckled trout, flounder, and more.
Also known as redfish or reds, are a popular target for inshore fishing in the Outer Banks. These fish are known for their strong fighting ability and can be caught using a variety of techniques, such as fly fishing or spinning. They are typically found in shallow, muddy areas and are often attracted to baitfish and crustaceans.
Also known as spotted seatrout, are another common catch on an inshore fishing charter in the Outer Banks. These fish are typically found in shallow, grassy areas and are known for their striking appearance and delicate, flavorful flesh. They can be caught using a variety of lures and baits, and are often targeted with fly fishing or spinning gear.
Also known as flatfish, are a bottom-dwelling species that are commonly caught on inshore fishing charters in the Outer Banks. They are typically found in shallow, sandy areas and are attracted to baitfish and other small prey. They can be caught using a variety of techniques, including jigging and drifting.
In addition to these species, you may also have the opportunity to catch a variety of other fish on an inshore fishing charter in the Outer Banks, such as bluefish, striped bass, and more. With the help of an experienced captain and crew, you’ll have the chance to explore the shallow waters of the Outer Banks and reel in some exciting catches.
Affordable Outer Banks Sound, inlet or ocean fishing charters
Nags Head, NC Fishing Charter Prices
Enjoy a short 4 hour trip with the kiddos or sneak away and enjoy a full day fishing with Local OBX Fishing Guides with decades of experience. (don’t forget your camera tho!)
SOUND/INLET OR OCEAN/INLET (4 HOUR TRIP)
Half day four hour rate is for up to four people. Six people can be accommodated at a slightly higher rate.
SOUND/INLET OR OCEAN/INLET (6 HOUR TRIP)
3/4 day four hour rate is for up to four people. Six people can be accommodated at a slightly higher rate.
SOUND/INLET OR OCEAN/INLET (8 HOUR TRIP)
Full day four hour rate is for up to four people. Six people can be accommodated at a slightly higher rate.
The best Kind Of Fish Is The One On The Other End Of Your Line
The Outer Banks of North Carolina has a range of fish to catch. Not many places in the United States offer such a diverse and healthy fishery!
Here are a few types of fish we catch:
Give us a shout and we can tell you what is currently biting the best!
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the boat located?
We have two different boats to fish off of to make your special day a success at Oregon Inlet Fishing Center.
Choose either to fish out of a flats skiff to reach those unpressured fish in the secret backwaters area, or fish from our 26 foot custom built sounds boat which handles well when the weather or seas are a little choppy.
Can we keep the fish we catch?
Absolutely! As long as the fish meet the local and federal size limits. There is nothing fresher than cooking up a dinner with the fish you just caught!
Do I need a fishing license?
No, the boat has a blanket license to cover everyone on board.