Cap'N Clam

The Cap'n Clam is a 68-foot headboat that makes daily, in-season trips around Hatteras Inlet. Half-day trips seek flounder, sea bass, trout and other species from the Pamlico Sound and inshore ocean waters. Bait and tackle are provided. The mates help you as much or as little as you need. This is a great trip for familie...

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Custom Sound Charters

Captain Rick Caton is an experienced waterman who runs Custom Sound Charters out of Oden’s Dock in Hatteras Village. He offers a variety of trips such as the Waterman and Inlet Adventures. The Waterman teaches several ways that seafood is harvested. The trip is on the calmer, backwaters of Pamlico, Croatan ...

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Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum

More than 2,000 shipwrecks sunk off the Coast of North Carolina in what’s called the Graveyard of the Atlantic. With all that history floating around, it was only natural to build a museum to honor and preserve the maritime culture of the Outer Banks. A state-of-the-art structure, the year round museum houses and d...

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Hatteras Parasail

Hatteras Parasail at Oden’s Dock has been in business since 1994 and is a fully licensed and insured family-owned and operated business. They offer multiple sporting options including parasailing and kayaking. Depending on weather and wind conditions, the parasail trip would take place on the Pamlico Sound ...

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Hatteras Welcome Center and US Weather Bureau Station

Operated by The Outer Banks Visitors Bureau, the US Weather Bureau Station/ Hatteras Welcome Center provides year round directions and information on attractions and events. The welcome center was built in 1901 and housed the first U.S. Weather Bureau Station, which played a key role in developing the nation's meteorolog...

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Ken Dempsey Guide Service

Ken Dempsey's Guide Service specializes in inshore fishing and waterfowl hunting around Cape Hatteras and Ocracoke Islands. They offer half- and full-day fishing trips for anglers from the novice to the expert. A wide variety of fish frequent the local waters and the season will play a role in which species you target on...

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Kitty Hawk Kites

Of all the successful businesses on the Outer Banks, Kitty Hawk Kites is the one that has made the most of the barrier islands’ outdoor recreational assets. Founded in 1974 by two young men who opened a small store across from Jockey’s Ridge, the East Coast’s tallest sand dune, Kitty Hawk Kites singleha...

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Miss Hatteras Fishing, Dolphin, Wildlife and Sunset Cruise

The Miss Hatteras is a 75 foot party boat that takes folks on half- and full-day fishing trips as well as sunset and scenic cruises. Also called a headboat – you pay by the head, which makes it affordable – the Miss Hatteras fishes daily in season. You haven’t fished the Outer Banks until you’ve m...

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Seabirding Pelagic Trips

While the Outer Banks certainly is known for its fishing, not everyone is aware of the fabulous birding opportunities available here. This includes viewing pelagic species, or ocean-going birds, which nest on oceanic islands. Join Brian Patterson, who has been organizing and leading pelagic birding trips for more than 25...

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Teach's Lair Marina

Sitting at the closest point to the Gulf Stream north of Florida, Teach’s Lair Marina is an ideal destination for a successful and memorable fishing experience. Teach’s is a full-service marina in south Hatteras Village that advertises “World Class Fishing, One-Stop Shopping“ and “Family Fun...

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