Oregon Inlet Fishing

Published Date: July 23rd, 2008
Category: Sports

sharkyscharters.com: “The Outer Banks has seemingly endless beachfront with 900 square miles of water surrounding us. We have the third largest estuary system in the world, wildlife refuges, and maritime forests. We are a fishing mecca whether it’s shallow water, surf, inshore, offshore, from fly fishing to deep sea fishing. Yellowfin Tuna and king mackerel can be caught year round. Other fish that can be caught by season include but are not limited to White Marlin, Sailfish, Dolphin, Wahoo, Big Bluefish, Taylor Bluefish, Spanish Mackerel, Spots, Sea Mullet, Croaker, Flounder, Gray Trout, Speckled Trout, Pompano, Striped Bass, Red Drum, and Cobia.”

Our friends at Sharky’s Bait, Tackle, and Charters recently posed the question “why fish OBX” to find out why please visit this link: Why fish OBX, short for the Outer Banks, and the Oregon Inlet Region?

For bait, tackle and charters, Sharky’s Bait, Tackle & Outer Banks Fishing Charters can be reached (252)255-BAIT(2248) – Google Map and Directions

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