GUIDED INSHORE FISHING
The inshore waters of the Outer Banks come alive every spring and peak through the summer and into the fall. Schools of hungry fish move through our inshore estuaries to feed on a variety of food sources. Our targeted species of red drum, speckled trout, flounder, striped bass and sheepshead can be found cruising the shallows in search of their next meal. Most hot spots are only a short boat ride from the dock. Hop aboard for a day on the water you're sure to enjoy with Captain Chris!
YOUR DAY ON THE WATER
Morning and afternoon trips start with a meet and greet at the dock to go over the plan for the day. Safe family friendly fun is our first priority along the way. Depending on what's been biting we will take you straight to the most productive fishing grounds. Upon arrival, we will have your rods rigged and give you tips for hooking the species we will be targeting. Don't worry if it's your first time fishing. Nothing makes us happier than helping you land your first fish!
Weather on the Outer Banks can change in an instant, especially on the water. We recommend bringing plenty of sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat and a rain jacket (even if theres a zero percent chance of rain). Whether your goal is to try and fill the cooler or just catch 'em and throw 'em back, we guarantee a great outdoor experience!
SUNSCREEN! If you forget everything else, remember the sunscreen.
We recommend wearing a hat, sunglasses and a light weight shirt in addition to sunscreen.
Throw a rain jacket in your bag. Summer showers can pop up unexpectedly.
Wear some comfortable shoes you won't mind getting wet. Flip flops will do just fine.
Pack a snack. Cliff bars are our go to. We will also have cooler space if you would like to bring a small lunch or drinks as well.
If you plan on taking some fish home for dinner, bring a cooler to transport your catch home. Keep 'em fresh!
CAPTAIN CHRIS' CHECKLIST
There are no dumb questions! Ask away! We want this to be a fun learning experience for the kids and adults. Teaching you about our fishery is as rewarding to us as catching the fish. Well almost...