Kitty Hawk fishing charters offer a range of trips to suit any angler. Fill the boat with delicious fish in the sounds or test your skills against pelagic monsters offshore. Either way, you’ll have a seasoned, local captain at the helm to make sure your trip is a success.
Inshore charters are great no matter your experience. Explore the Albemarle Sound in search of Largemouth Bass, Flounder, Drum, and Weakfish. You can also find Striped Bass in winter and huge Bull Red Drum in spring and fall. Beginners can learn the ropes on calm waters while keen anglers take on photo-worthy game fish.
Heading into the ocean, nearshore trips explore reefs and wrecks in search of Amberjack, Grouper, Seabass, and more. If you want a challenge, you can troll for Kingfish in fall or chum for Cobia in spring. Whenever you fish, you can expect a ton of tasty fillets on these beginner-friendly trips.
When most people think of fishing in the OBX, they think of deep sea fishing – and with good reason! The Gulf Stream draws huge Tuna, Marlin, Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, and more past Kitty Hawk each summer. In winter, you can even catch the ultimate deep sea delicacy: Bluefin Tuna. This is serious sportfishing, and you need to know your way around a rod to stand a chance.
Kitty Hawk fishing charters have something for everyone. Whether you’re reeling in your first fish in the sheltered sounds or taking on apex predators on the high seas, you’ll end the day with some delicious fish and unforgettable memories. That’s what the Outer Banks are all about!
Rules & Regulations
Fishing licenses are included on charters in North Carolina. Flounder, Cobia, and Seabass have seasonal closures which may change yearly. Ask your captain for the most up to date information on seasons and limits.