Mixed Bag (Year-Round)

Full- and half-day trips are offered all year for those wanting to fish for trout, flounder, and puppy drum.  We leave out of Oriental and fish in the Pamlico Sound and its tributaries.  This is a great trip for anyone, even kids and beginners!



Stripers (Spring)

In the spring, come fish for striped bass on the Roanoke River.  Join me in Weldon, NC for a full- or half-day trip.  Keeper season on the Roanoke is in April, but most fly fishermen come in May.  Make sure to bring your own gear if you plan to fish with a fly rod.



Offshore (Spring)

Offshore trips run in April, May, and June out of Morehead City, NC.  We'll leave early and fish for dolphin, wahoo, tuna, and Spanish mackerel, before returning late that evening.  If you want to fly fish, be sure to bring your own gear.



Tarpon (Mid-Summer)

Tarpon fishing out of Oriental is best in June and July.  Although half-day tarpon trips are available, full-day trips are preferred.  Climb aboard and help me spot the silver flashes of tarpon rolling on the surface.  Tarpon fishing is catch-and-release, but the fun you'll have fighting these large fish is definitely worth your time!



Old Drum Fishing (Late-Summer)

Join me on the Pamlico Sound and its tributaries for a day of drum fishing.  We'll put out of Oriental and ride for a while before settling in for some fun.  Old drum fishing reaches its peak in late August and September, with the best fishing around the full moon.  Go to the More Info page to view current and future moon phases for help with planning your trip.



King Mackerel and False Albacore (Fall)

Book a fishing trip for October or November and we'll go after King mackerel and false albacore.  Both full- and half-day trips are available.  We'll meet and put out of Morehead City, NC.  Fly fishermen are welcome; make sure to bring your own gear.



**All fishing trips accomodate up to 4 people.  I provide all the bait and tackle that is needed, unless you choose to fly fish.  You will need to bring food, drinks, sunscreen, rain gear, and a cooler to put your fish in when we return.  Be prepared for anything, as the weather in eastern North Carolina can be unpredictable.  Individual fishing licenses are not required, but are recommended.

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