Thanks for checking out our North Carolina OBX Fishing Report. To access the latest reports, just click the button above. We work hard to keep you “in the know” about what’s biting on the NC coast. We fish the Pamlico Sound, Albemarle Sound, Roanoke Sound, and the Atlantic Ocean. We specialize in both inshore and offshore fishing along the North Carolina Outer Banks. Our Report will give you frequent updates to let you know what you can expect to catch on your trip to the coast or vacation.
We fish aboard the Fingeance, a custom-built, Carolina boat. She’s a center console equipped with a cobia tower. Her graceful Carolina Flare slices through the chop and smoothes the roughest seas to make your fishing trip as comfortable as possible. She’s even got a bathroom! Of course, she also armed with all the necessary state-of-the-art, fish-catching electronics too!
Our Fishing Report includes information from offshore to inshore and everything in between. If you’re interested in catching some fish along the NC coast, please feel free to Contact Us or Check Dates and Availability. We’d love the opportunity to catch some fish with you! If applicable, please be sure to let us know what species you’d like to target. We will be sure to get back with you at our first opportunity to discuss the details. Also feel free to contact us if you have a question about our Outer Banks fishing report. We love help OBX Fishing Report. Be sure to “like” and “friend” us to get the details on Facebook. Social Media makes the fishing report easy to share! We like to let our friends know whether we’re catching fish near Corolla, Kitty Hawk, Nags Head, Oregon Inlet, Hatteras, or on the Pamlico Sound. We fish where the fish are, and bring that information to you in this report.
We catch many different fish. Inshore we catch speckled trout, redfish (also called puppy drum), cobia, tarpon, founder, bluefish, striped bass (also called rock or stripers), black drum, spanish mackerel, gray trout, and more. Offshore we catch wahoo, mahi-mahi (also called Dorado or Dolphin), yellowfin tuna, and many species of bottom fish. By reading the report, you’ll know what we’ve been catching lately. We like to keep our friends up to speed on what’s biting, so they can make the most of their Outer Banks vacation or Outer Banks trip. If you’re heading the OBX, be sure to check out our fishing report to see what’s going on.
To see more fishing pictures, you can visit our Photos page. We also regularly update Facebook with pictures and fishing information. Click here to view our Facebook page. You can also view the fishing report there. Thanks for viewing our report. We look forward to catching some fish with you one day soon.
-Capt. Joey VanDyke
Outer Banks Fishing Report