Experience Coastal North Carolina in search of fish or waterfowl with family friendly southern hospitality.
Nearly 200 miles of barrier islands help protect and shelter the inland coast line of North Carolina. Tides, currents and prevailing winds allow the Atlantic Ocean passage to our sounds creating a rich brackish ecosystem. Eastern North Carolina's marshes host an abundance of both local and migratory wildlife. The vital nutrient rich sea water feeds our narrow marsh isles and passages as they harbor our summering schools of fish and wintering flocks of waterfowl.