NC Winter Fishing

Too many people think that winter fishing in North Carolina is slow. The truth is that winter fishing in Pamlico Sound can be out of sight! On this trip we caught tautog, black sea bass, black drum, gray trout, speckled trout, flounder, and more! If you’re looking to catch some fish, give us a call. We catch fish year round, and we’d love the chance to catch a mess of tasty of fish with your crew.


Outer Banks Fishing Boat


We are now taking bookings for the 2014 season! As spring is here and everybody is getting the itch to go fishing. We are ready for another great season of working on the water and being able to take people fishing and for them to experience what i have got to enjoy since 1985 out of hatteras and oregon inlet, nc. This year we are docking at Hatteras Harbor Marina and looking foward to a fun year here! We will be doing half, 3/4, and full days- inshore, nearshore fishing for speckled and gray trout, flounder, redfish, shark, bottom fish, cobia, and amberjack. April we will start by targeting redfish(mostly slot sized) behind the shoals of hatteras and as the month progresses will start to target the big redfish migrating in hatteras and ocracoke inlet to their summer spawning grounds back in the rivers that empty into the pamlico sound. This is a very fun time and very good action for all anglers! Also the rays will be running for the bowfishermen to get into some awesome action! May we will be ramping up targeting big red drum and the cobia will be showing up around early to mid may and migrate thru mid to end of june. Sharks should be showing up end of may and go thru the whole summer. For the folks that prefer not to fish, you can choose to go sightseeing hatteras or go clamming with the family for a very fun time on the water! Thank You, Captain Joey VanDyke