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Fishing in Corolla

Situated on the northern portion of the Outer Banks, Corolla is perfectly placed to get you fishing the sound or hitting up the Gulf Stream. Hop aboard a Corolla NC fishing charter to get your hands on prized fish, along with exploring the beauty of the Outer Banks in style. 
 
Fishing in Corolla can be whatever you want it to be. From the inshore waters of the Currituck Sound and its tributaries to the nearshore reefs and deep waters offshore, there’s something for everyone. Get your hands on anything from Oysters to Trout, Redfish to Mackerel, Mahi Mahi to Tuna, and many more, as you discover why the Outer Banks is known all over the world for its fishing opportunities. 
 
There’s always a charter to take you fishing in Corolla. Beginners and families can try clamming for a couple of hours, or a half day trip to learn about bottom fishing the calm waters of the sound. Meanwhile, experienced anglers can spend a full day battling it out with Tarpon and Redfish, or spend even longer in the deep waters going after Billfish. You can even come after work to target Flounder and Trout on a nighttime charter. 
 
This stunning corner of North Carolina has so much to offer, so why not join the thousands of tourists who come every year? In fact, why not go one step further and hop aboard a Corolla fishing charter, and make your holiday dreams come true!

Rules & Regulations

North Carolina fishing charters cover licenses for everyone on board, so you won’t have to worry about getting your own. Your professional captain will also be up to date with all the latest regulations, including catch limits, so you can sit back and enjoy the beauty of the OBX.
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Corolla Fishing Seasons

Start the year with a bit of peace and quiet, as you explore the beauty of the Outer Banks without the tourists. If you’re lucky enough to find a working charter, then a trip to sea is in order too!
While most captains are putting the finishing touches to their boats in February, some hardy guides will be willing to take you fishing. Don’t miss out on the chance to land some Striped Bass on the sound. 
Bluefin Tuna are lurking in the deep, but waters are still choppy, so why not focus your attention inshore? Red and Black Drum are abundant here, so get your fishing fix in the shallows, and land plenty of meat. 
The fishing season really starts kicking off in April, with inshore, nearshore, and offshore fishing all offering up something. Target anything from Trout, to Mackerel, to Tuna and land a delicious treat for dinner.
While Bluefish join the inshore party, the warmer weather and calmer seas mean it’s time to go offshore! Cobia, Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, and Tuna are all sure to keep you on your toes during a thrilling day out.
Whatever you’re looking for, Corolla has it during summer. Tarpon add to the incredible array of inshore fish, while Marlin make their way along the Gulf Stream. Wherever you go you can land that trophy catch.
You’d better reserve early to make sure you get the fishing charter you want in Corolla, as things book up fast. Head offshore to take advantage of the arrival of Sailfish for what promises to be a thrilling trip. 
With the kids off school, you may be tempted to bring them fishing in the Currituck Sound. But no one would blame you for being a little selfish and going offshore on your own for the Billfish bonanza. 
If you’re looking to avoid the worst of the crowds but still want the best offshore fishing the OBX has to offer, September is the time to come. Sailfish, Marlin, Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, and Tuna are everywhere!
Shift your focus inshore as fall hits. The calm waters of the sound are the best place for a productive fishing adventure. Target Tarpon, Redfish, Bluefish, and Black Drum to put your skills to the test.
Your best bet of finding a charter in the Outer Banks in November comes a little further south. Head down to the Albemarle or Pamlico Sounds and get your fill of Trout, Redfish, Flounder, and Striped Bass.
Most captains will be putting their feet up for the holiday season, so you may find it difficult to get on the water. If you’re lucky, a trip to sea will see you going after some tasty fish to feed the family. 

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Top Fishing Techniques in Corolla

  1. Deep Sea Fishing

Top Targeted Species in Corolla

Cobia

Cobia

Dolphin (Mahi Mahi)

Dolphin (Mahi Mahi)

Tuna (Yellowfin)

Tuna (Yellowfin)

Wahoo

Wahoo

Bass (Striped)

Bass (Striped)

Bluefish

Bluefish

Black Drum

Black Drum

Redfish

Redfish