Largemouth Bass Fishing:

Spend the day hunting and trying to pattern largemouth bass in the brackish water near the Outer Banks.  You will ride in a tournament ready bass boat, equipped with the best electronics and duel Power Poles.  We will fish different techniques to see what the bass prefer during the day.


Light Tackle Fishing:

Do you want to catch a bunch of fish and up to 10 different species?  Well, the light tackle adventure is for you. You will ride in a tournament ready bass boat to the rivers and tributaries to catch everything that bites.  In this adventure you will use ultra-light fishing equipment to possibly catch largemouth bass, sunfish, shell crackers, white perch, yellow perch, chain pickerel, bowfin, warmouth, crappie, and catfish.  Since our waters are brackish, you will also have the chance to catch some varieties of saltwater fish on this adventure such as red drum, flounder, sheepshead, striped bass and more.   This adventure is the best pick for father/son, father/daughter type trips.  The action is usually steady and casting ability is forgiving.

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Freshwater Fly Fishing:

Do you love fishing with a fly rod and seeing each fish strike the lure.  Do you want to learn the art of fly fishing for freshwater fish?  This adventure will set you up in a tournament ready bass boat and the name of the game will be top water action.  You will be using several types of local made floating flies, popping flies, and maybe a few sinking flies as the day progresses.  Largemouth bass and sunfish will be the catch of the day.

Watch the Cork

Sometimes you just need to sit back and watch the cork!!!  Relax and have fun fishing like you did when you were a kid.  This is a great adventure for the kids too.  Action is usually pretty steady using crickets, grubs, or what ever we need to get a bite.  So come sit back and watch that cork!!


Learn all about the Humingbird 360 

If you are interested in purchasing or you have a Humingbird 360 unit and want to learn more, just let us know and we will take time during the trip to show you this ground breaking technology.  

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