Currituck Sound Fishing Charters

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Top Fishing Charters in Currituck Sound

Currituck Sound: 9 fishing charters available

Sportsman’s Paradise Adventures – Corolla
Sportsman’s Paradise Adventures – Corolla

Corolla • 24 ft • 6 persons

Hop aboard on one of Sportsman’s Paradise Adventures’ fishing vessels to have a relaxing day on the waters of the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

"I recently went on a fishing trip with Captain Paul, and it was an good experience." —⁠ Matthew,
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trips fromUS $575
ReelFowl Charters
ReelFowl Charters

Duck • 21 ft • 4 persons

Book your next trip with ReelFowl Charters and find out what makes the fishing out of Duck so unique.

"Our crew enjoyed an awesome morning with the Captain! According to our fisherman son, he lead a great fishing trip!" —⁠ Leor,
trips fromUS $475
Uptick Charters – Duck
Uptick Charters – Duck

Duck • 36 ft • 6 persons

Looking to catch some super cool fish, have a great time, and only head out a maximum of 25 miles?

"We had a great time with Captain Mike and first Mate Dallas!" —⁠ Stacie,
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trips fromUS $795
Backwater Adventures
Backwater Adventures

Kitty Hawk • 21 ft • 2 persons

If you are an enthusiastic angler looking to explore the Outer Banks of North Carolina, Backwater Adventures has you covered.

"David was very professional and friendly. Also knowledgeable about different kinds of fish." —⁠ Teressa,
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trips fromUS $225
Matt Lusk Fishing Charters
Matt Lusk Fishing Charters

Point Harbor • 25 ft • 4 persons

Premier light tackle and fly charters on the Outer Banks! Capt.

"Matt is a great guid for the inlet. He was ready bright and early with the boat in the water ready to go." —⁠ Eli,
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trips fromUS $525
Gregory’s Guide Service
Gregory’s Guide Service

Poplar Branch • 24 ft • 5 persons

Poplar Branch has a fish with your name on it, so let Gregory’s Guide Service help you catch it!
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trips fromUS $350
Avery's Guide Service
Avery's Guide Service

Aydlett • 20 ft • 2 persons

There's a fish with your name on it in the currituck sound and Avery's Guide Service will help you catch it!

"Had a really great time with Matt! Went with a friend’s husband who was in the area visiting from Maine and caught several stripped bass, a large mouth, and several smaller fish." —⁠ Elizabeth,
trips fromUS $250
Knot Wish'n Freshwater Charters
Knot Wish'n Freshwater Charters

Virginia Beach • 17 ft • 3 persons

Casting ultra-light tackle using artificial lures. Trips take place primarily on the historic watershed know as Back Bay and its tributaries located 30 minutes from the Virginia Beach Oceanfront and 15 minutes from Sandbridge Beach Va.
trips fromUS $375
Split Shot Sound Charters
Split Shot Sound Charters

Corolla • 24 ft • 4 persons

Please note: We leave from Carova, a 4-wheel drive vehicle is necessary to reach the boat's location, also we do not provide fish cleaning.

"Who would have thought you could get a trip out of Carova Beach?" —⁠ Chris,
trips fromUS $550
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Fishing in Currituck Sound

Separating the northern Outer Banks from mainland America, the Currituck Sound is one of the first stops for holiday-makers in North Carolina. This expanse of shallow water stretches from Virginia Beach to Kitty Hawk, and is home to some incredible wildlife and marine species. That’s why you should take advantage of a Currituck Sound fishing trip! Come and discover monster fish in stunning settings, as you make the most of the OBX.

With plenty of rivers streaming towards the Atlantic, the waters of the Currituck Sound are considered “brackish.” This means that you can get your hands on some freshwater and saltwater species just minutes from each other. Target exciting Largemouth Bass,Carp, and delicious Perch, along with beauties such as Striped Bass, Spotted Seatrout, and Flounder – you’re almost guaranteed to land exactly what you want. 
 
Most trips run out of the southern portion of the sound, with Duck, Kitty Hawk, and Kill Devil Hills being your best bet for a fishing charter. Professional captains are waiting to take you away for whatever you want! Choose from trips as short as two or three hours to get some delicious Oysters, to a full day on the water going after your favorite fish. You can even come aboard at night and target Flounder and Trout by bowfishing or gigging. 
 
With so much on offer, a Currituck Sound fishing trip promises fun for everyone. Whether you’re an experienced angler or want to teach the kids about fishing, this corner of North Carolina has it all!

Rules & Regulations

Fishing aboard a licensed saltwater charter in North Carolina means you’ll have your license covered, so that’s one less thing to worry about. Your professional guide will also know everything there is about bag limits and fishing seasons, so you can just sit back and focus on fishing. 

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Currituck Sound Fishing Seasons

January
There aren’t many boats willing to take you offshore in the winter, but you may be lucky enough to find a trip to fill up on Oysters. Head to Duck and harvest some of the world’s most-famous Oysters and Clams.
February
If you’re lucky enough to find a charter to take you to sea, then there’s plenty of action to keep you warm, despite the cold weather. Striped Bass fishing can be particularly fruitful, so come and test your skills.
March
More and more captains start making their way to the sound come spring, with their vessels restored and ready to hit the water. Come and join them for exciting Trout and Drum fishing to fill the boat.
April
Spring has truly sprung in the Outer Banks come April, and the season of new life is reflected in the renewed fishing. Target Red Drum, Black Drum, Trout, and Bluefish inshore and get ready for peak season.
May
You won’t know where to go with the arrival of Mahi Mahi, Cobia, Wahoo, and Blackfin Tuna offshore. Don’t miss out on the Drum run, though, as the sound is overflowing with these beauties. 
June
The short run to the Gulf Stream may tempt you to land that trophy catch, as Blue Marlin and Sailfish arrive. Meanwhile, Tarpon makes its way to the sound, giving you some thrilling inshore fishing too.
July
Holiday-makers from all over the country flock to these coastal spots, and you should come and see why. The fishing has never been better, so book early to avoid missing out on the summer fun in the OBX. 
August
With the kids off school, now’s the time to get them hooked on fishing. Come on a family vacation to any of the Currituck Sound’s stunning resort towns and head inshore, nearshore, or offshore. 
September
There’s no sign of anything changing in the water, with the fishing still red-hot. Head to the Gulf Stream and battle it out with Marlin and Sailfish, hit the reefs for Mackerel, or fish inshore for the usual favorites.
October
Attention shifts back to the Currituck Sound itself as the offshore season comes to a close. Bluefish, Redfish, Black Drum, Spotted Seatrout, and Tarpon are just some of the beauties you’ll come across.
November
As the weather starts to make a fishing trip less predictable, many captains will look to keep their boats in the harbor. The calm waters of the North River, however, are a great place to land Bass and Perch.
December
Celebrate the holidays with Duck’s annual Yuletide Festival, as you’ll be hard-pressed to find a charter to take you to sea. If you are successful, then there’s still plenty of inshore action for you to land a tasty treat. 

Currituck Sound Fishing Calendar

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What anglers said about fishing in Currituck Sound

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Top Types of Fishing in Currituck Sound

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Top Fishing Techniques in Currituck Sound

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Top Targeted Species in Currituck Sound

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