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Rising Sun Fishing- Wrightsville
Rising Sun Fishing- Wrightsville

Wilmington • 19 ft • 4 persons

The goal of Rising Sun Fishing is to provide an experience to its guests that they will be talking about all year!

"What an experience! Captain Pierre made our fishing trip exciting, entertaining, educational and FUN!" —⁠ Kodi,
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trips fromUS $275

Wanchese • 21 ft • 3 persons

Old North State Fishing is located at Wanchese Marina in the historic fishing village of Wanchese.

"First off, Andy made sure our entire family was comfortable and explained everything we would see prior to taking off." —⁠ Dean, PA
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trips fromUS $350
Drum Roll Charters
Drum Roll Charters

Morehead City • 23 ft • 4 persons

Drum Roll Charters welcomes you to North Carolina's Crystal Coast!

"Awesome experience!!!! We had a rough start with the weather but the captain communicated well and was able to take us a few hours later." —⁠ Amanda, NC
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trips fromUS $425
Port City Inshore Guide Service
Port City Inshore Guide Service

Carolina Beach • 20 ft • 3 persons

Port City Inshore Charters offers amazing fishing trips out of Carolina Beach.

"Captain Bryan is amazing. Wonderfully smooth, quiet boat and high end gear." —⁠ Colin, SC
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trips fromUS $450
Blue Heron Guide Service
Blue Heron Guide Service

Hampstead • 23 ft • 5 persons

Blue Heron Guide Service and Captain Jim Hardy welcome you to Hampstead, North Carolina.
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trips fromUS $450
Southern Tides Fishing Charters
Southern Tides Fishing Charters

Cedar Point • 24 ft • 6 persons

Southern Tides Fishing Charters runs angling trips out of Cedar Point and offers to show you what the local fishery is all about.

"My son and I decided on a last second trip for some red drum and speckled trout." —⁠ Micah,
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trips fromUS $400

Wilmington • 26 ft • 4 persons

If you’re thinking of North Carolina, excellent sportfishing, and a friendly captain who wants you to have a great fishing trip, you’re thinking Leverdrag Charters.
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trips fromUS $450
Ava Lynn Fishing Charters
Ava Lynn Fishing Charters

Oak Island • 35 ft • 6 persons

Ava Lynn Fishing Charters is located in Southport and offers to show you a memorable time in these waters.

"Matt is an excellent Captain, host and fisherman. His boat is well equipped, spacious and comfortable." —⁠ William,
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trips fromUS $275
Flying Fish Charters OBX – Manteo
Flying Fish Charters OBX – Manteo

Manteo • 23 ft • 4 persons

Based out of Manteo, Flying Fish Charters OBX is your ticket to a memorable time on the water.

"This Trip was originally scheduled for Aug 28, with the threat of inclement weather we rescheduled to Aug 30th, Day before Hurricane Idalia." —⁠ Fred, VA
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trips fromUS $495

Carolina Beach • 23 ft • 5 persons

Explore the waters around Carolina Beach in North Carolina and have a great fishing experience with Grandslam Inshore Fishing Charters.

"Took my grandson fishing for first time in a boat. We caught fish within 5 minutes at our first stop!" —⁠ Thomas,
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fishing Charters in North Carolina

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Angeln in North Carolina

The outstanding fishing that the Tar Heel State has to offer needs no introduction. Nor do the North Carolina fishing charters that take you to the action! Whether you’re in the mood for deep sea fishing, inshore excursions, or freshwater escapades, you’ll find everything you need in these prolific waters.

The inshore bite is fantastic year-round. Anglers regularly test their skills and luck against Bull Redfish, Speckled Trout, Black Drum, Flounder, and Bluefish. Exciting fishing battles and trophy catches are always a possibility. The same goes for superb offshore fishing, where anything from Mackerel, Mahi Mahi, and Amberjack to Sailfish, Marlin, and Tuna are but one cast away.

Freshwater anglers are in love with fishing in North Carolina, and how could they not be? The abundance of lakes and rivers is a dream come true for just about every fisherman. Bass in all shapes and sizes are the main catch, be it Smallmouth, Largemouth, Spotted, or Striped. White Perch, Crappie, Catfish, and Sunfish are all on the menu.

So which fishing trip should you choose? Short half day options are perfect for enjoying the inshore bite, and the same goes for freshwater trips. If you’ve got deep sea fishing on your mind, you’ll need more time to get to the fishing grounds (20–60 miles offshore). Because of this, 10- or 12-hour trips are the best solution.

Competitive fishermen have a lot to do in NC, with the Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament in summer and dozens of fishing derbies all over the state. In short, there’s a bit of something for everyone!

Regeln & Vorschriften

If you’re going out fishing with a charter guide, you’re covered when it comes to fishing licenses. Solo anglers aged 16 and older need to have a valid North Carolina fishing license, whether they’re fishing from boats, piers, or shore.

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January

The beaches might be empty, but the waters are definitely not! You’ll find plenty of Bluefin Tuna swimming around offshore, while Redfish, Black Seabass, and Flounder rule the waters inshore. You can also go clamming if you’d like.

February

Bluefin Tuna are still going strong, but you’ll need to wait if you want to get your hands on some Yellowfins. Inshore, the bite is exploding, with plenty of Spotted Seatrout, Bluefish, Stripers, and Flounder there for the taking. Scalloping and clamming are very productive.

March

While not as delicious as their Bluefin cousins, Yellowfin Tuna will give you a fight to remember. You can also hook into some Wahoo these days. Inshore, Cape Lookout is the home of big Redfish, with Spotted Seatrout and Stripers following close behind.

April

Mahi Mahi is making an entrance over at Hatteras, closely followed by more Wahoo and bigger Yellowfin Tuna. The Redfish and Trout bite remains steady, and you also might stumble upon some Weakfish (Gray Trout).

May

May is known as the best Cobia time in all of North Carolina. Depending on your fishing style, jigs or live eels should yield the best results. You are also likely to see Tarpon make an appearance. Offshore, King Mackerel, Mahi Mahi, and Yellowfins are biting.

June

Hatteras is known as the Blue Marlin Capital of the World. If you’re a skeptic, come on down in June and see for yourself. Also, expect White Marlin and Sailfish this time of year. Grouper are active in June, as are Tuna, Mackerel, and Wahoo.

July

July marks the peak of the tournament season! You’ll find Billfish tournaments in every town and village with access to the ocean, from Nags Head to Hatteras and beyond. Even crabs and clams are abundant these days – the guarantee of a delicious seafood feast.

August

The tournaments might be over, but the fish are still there. There’s good action everywhere, whether you want Billfish or Tarpon, Grouper or King Mackerel, Redfish and Black Drum. All yours for the taking. Even Sharks come out to play.

September

The weather might be cooler, but that doesn’t mean that fishing is slowing down. White Marlin are still present offshore, while Spotted Seatrout, Redfish, Bluefish, and Black Drum are solid choices inshore.

October

Great “Smoker Kings” hog the spotlight in October. This is the time to be on the water if you want to fight hordes of King Mackerel, both in the Outer Banks and along the Crystal Coast. Looking for variety? Add Little Tunny, Grouper, Snapper, and Tuna to your to-catch list.

November

If you’ve longed for Bluefin Tuna, this is your time! Bluefins are back, and they’re spoiling for a fight. Artificial reefs are your go-to for filling the cooler with bottom feeders. Inshore, Redfish, Trout, Flounder, and Striped Bass are ready for the taking.

December

As is customary for wintertime, Redfish are holed up in the backcountry, making for some awesome sight casting trips. The Gulf Stream is the “ Bluefin Tuna Central,” with trophy catches in the cards. There’s no rest for passionate fishermen in North Carolina!

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