Captain
Ethan Ingle

Member since April 2016

Hatteras, United States

Background
I can’t tell you the first time I caught a fish at the Outer Banks but I can tell you that most of my greatest memories growing up have been centered on fishing around Hatteras Island. I have a true passion for fishing, which has led me to fish at a competitive level for most of my life. After graduating from high school, I was lucky enough to further my education and am currently finishing my Doctorate Degree at the University of South Carolina. During my time in school I have represented multiple universities in Bassmaster, Boat U.S. and FLW college bass fishing events. I currently represent the Gamecock Bass fishing team during the most fruitful time of its existence. Together, we have won back-to-back FLW national championships and already have two teams qualified to compete in the 2017 National Championship. During my experience as a competitive fisherman. I have represented a number of leading brands in the fishing industry including: Berkley, Lews Reels, ALX Rods, Costa etc.
Techniques
One thing I love about fishing is the ability to transfer your knowledge of one species of fish to another species of fish, which can help you catch more effectively and in a variety of circumstances. I’ll never forget one day in July. It was dead calm and the trolling bite had become non-existent. The fish were there, but they’d just become so finicky. We could find schools of mahi-mahi but they wouldn’t even eat a live mullet. I went down in the cabin and pulled out one of my bass set-ups and tried a tactic that I had learned from fishing heavily pressured clear water lakes. After that, we turned the day around in a hurry. Ever since then, I have spent a lot of time coming up with different ways to catch offshore fish. Through my experiences, I have created a unique style of fishing. I am currently working with a number of different companies to create prototypes for different applications that capitalize on the unique methods I’ve discovered while fishing.

Hey, I'm Captain Ethan Ingle

Hatteras, United States
Background
I can’t tell you the first time I caught a fish at the Outer Banks but I can tell you that most of my greatest memories growing up have been centered on fishing around Hatteras Island. I have a true passion for fishing, which has led me to fish at a competitive level for most of my life. After graduating from high school, I was lucky enough to further my education and am currently finishing my Doctorate Degree at the University of South Carolina. During my time in school I have represented multiple universities in Bassmaster, Boat U.S. and FLW college bass fishing events. I currently represent the Gamecock Bass fishing team during the most fruitful time of its existence. Together, we have won back-to-back FLW national championships and already have two teams qualified to compete in the 2017 National Championship. During my experience as a competitive fisherman. I have represented a number of leading brands in the fishing industry including: Berkley, Lews Reels, ALX Rods, Costa etc.
Techniques
One thing I love about fishing is the ability to transfer your knowledge of one species of fish to another species of fish, which can help you catch more effectively and in a variety of circumstances. I’ll never forget one day in July. It was dead calm and the trolling bite had become non-existent. The fish were there, but they’d just become so finicky. We could find schools of mahi-mahi but they wouldn’t even eat a live mullet. I went down in the cabin and pulled out one of my bass set-ups and tried a tactic that I had learned from fishing heavily pressured clear water lakes. After that, we turned the day around in a hurry. Ever since then, I have spent a lot of time coming up with different ways to catch offshore fish. Through my experiences, I have created a unique style of fishing. I am currently working with a number of different companies to create prototypes for different applications that capitalize on the unique methods I’ve discovered while fishing.

My Charter Listings

Hatteras
trips from
US$ 1000

Fishing Reports

The Dolphin are showing up!

April 25, 2016

Boats out of Hatteras Village are still consistently slaying the Blackfin. Dolphin are also beginning to show up. This is a really great time of year to get out there. Enjoy nonstop action whether your casting for dolphin or… Read Full Report →


The Cobia Are Here!!!

April 26, 2016

John Roth of Raleigh NC had a 73 Pound Cobia caught aboard Bak-Bar Charters. Nice numbers of Blackfin and Dolphin are being caught!! May Is a great time to get on the Cobia and its right around the corner!… Read Full Report →


More Dolphin and Cobia

May 12, 2016

The fishing is hot right now both inshore and offshore. Boats are are limiting out on dolphin and and the cobia bite is as good as it gets. check out this citation cobia! Read Full Report →


The Mahi Mahi Bite Is On Fire!!!

May 22, 2016

The Dolphin action is as good as it gets! We are catching gaffer size Dolphin and the action is non stop. Read Full Report →


They're Getting Bigger!!!

June 04, 2016

The Dolphin bite is still on fire! If your looking to pack your freezer full of Mahi steaks now is the time to get out there. Lots of gaffers in the 20-pound range are being caught and schools of… Read Full Report →

Customer Reviews

4.87 out of 5 stars from 5 reviews

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Went fishing on Sunday, October 2, 2016

You won’t find a better fishing guide than Captain Ethan Ingle. He’s very personable and made our charter even more pleasant than just having a good day fishing. For our trip, we trolled four lines, including outriggers, and used ballyhoo that Captain Ingle rigged himself. He runs a one boat operation with one crew, who was also good people. We averaged a strike an hour or so, and landed three 25 pound wahoo early on. It was just my wife and I, and unfortunately, we lost three other good fish, including a HUGE wahoo that we got up to the boat, a marlin after it jumped, and what we think was a dolphin fish. We could not have been happier. Keep in mind, bring your own lunch and beverages, and there’s a cleaning operation nearby that fillets and vacuum packs your catch. We’ll book him again.

Fished October 2016

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Went fishing on Thursday, August 4, 2016

We brought our four kids to experience a wonderful fishing trip and that is what we got. The captain and first mate were wonderful with the kids and exceeded our expectations. We caught a lot of fish and had a wonderful boat ride. He knew where to go to get us on the fish!! Fresh fish to take home to West Virginia.We will definitely be back to charter again!!

Fished August 2016

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Went fishing on Monday, July 25, 2016

Ethan went above and beyond to make our trip a memorable one.  Would highly recommend booking this trip.  It was a trip of a life time!

Fished July 2016

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Went fishing on Saturday, May 28, 2016

Awesome day on the water with Captain Ethan and his 1st mate. We drifted, trolled and anchored. All were successful and fun. The captain also showed us how to fillet our flounder!!

Fished May 2016

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Went fishing on Saturday, April 30, 2016

Caught fish until we got tired of catching them! Great boat crew and captain! Awesome times on the Seas the Day.

Fished April 2016

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