When it comes to charter boat fishing on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, the name Hatteras and world class fishing go hand in hand…
Either offshore or inshore, Hatteras has it all and no one takes fishing more seriously than the captains and mates of the Hatteras Harbor Marina Charter Fleet. The largest and most experienced in the area, the fleet enjoys one of the shortest runs to the gulfstream where an abundance of fish is caught year round. From marlin, sailfish, tuna, dolphin and wahoo offshore to speckled trout, flounder, bluefish and red drum inshore our fleet is ready to serve your needs. Boats return to the docks between 4-5pm it's a great treat for the whole family to watch the catches hit the dock.
Bring the entire family and enjoy uncrowded pristine beaches amid a relaxed atmosphere where southern hospitality is at its best!
Friday, October 28, 2016
Inshore anglers reported scattered Speckled Trout catches, a few Flounder, and a few Puppy Drum this morning. A North wind made the Pamlico Sound very choppy this afternoon and no one fished. A couple of boats went offshore today and reported windy and rough conditions, which made for a slow day of fishing. The Blackfin Tuna bite was good with some trophy fish thrown on the dock this afternoon. A few Dolphin and King Mackerel made it into the fish box as well. Nice Fall-like weather will continue, so plan your fishing expedition before cold weather strikes!
Bernard Holthaus of Edgewood, MD: 33 lb. Blackfin Tuna on Good Times.
Joe Lloyd of Belair, MD: 30 lb. Blackfin Tuna on Good Times.
Richard Robinson, Jr. of Belair, MD: 25 lb. Blackfin Tuna on Good Times.
Anthony Holthaus of Edgewood, MD: 28 lb. Blackfin Tuna on Good Times.
Thursday, October 27, 2016
Several boats fished inshore this morning and the only thing they had to report was about 25 undersized Speckled Trout which were thrown back. One keeper Red Drum was caught by a lucky angler. A handful of offshore boats ventured out to the Gulf Stream. One boat returned early with a limit of King Mackerel and Blackfin Tuna. The other parties experienced excellent King Mackerel and Blackfin Tuna catches. A few Dolphin and Yellowfin Tuna were reported as well. One lone Wahoo was boated. A South wind made for a beautiful day to be out on the water!
Cynthia Moritz of La Plume, PA: 35 lb., 33 lb., 28 lb., 25 lb. Blackfin Tuna, 33 lb. and 30 lb., 33 lb. King Mackerel on Good Times.
George Moritz of La Plume, PA: 35 lb., 33 lb., 30 lb., 28 lb., 25 lb. Blackfin Tuna and 36 lb. King Mackerel on Good Times.
Ginny Kidd of Mt. Pleasant, SC: 26 lb. Blackfin Tuna on Hatteras Blue.
David Terrell of Wake Forest, NC: 30 lb. Blackfin Tuna on Hatteras Blue.
Jacob Kidd of Mt. Pleasant, SC: 29 lb. Blackfin Tuna and 35 lb. King Mackerel on Hatteras Blue.
Walter Haney of Rolesville, NC: 27 lb. Blackfin Tuna on Hatteras Blue.
David Crapper of Dagsboro, DE: 32 lb. Blackfin Tuna on Native Son.
Offshore Charter Fishing
Dolphin, Tuna, Wahoo, Sailfish and Marlin are among the many fish our charter fleet will encounter in the gulfstream water off Hatteras. The boats depart at 6:00 am and arrive back at the dock from 4:00-5:00 pm. Bring your family down and watch the boats unload their catches!
Inshore Charter Fishing
Inshore anglers can book either full or half-day trips. A typical half-day trip leaves the dock at 7:00 am and returns at 11:30am, docking long enough to grab lunch. At 12:30 pm, the inshore fleet heads back out and will return at 5:00 pm.