The fall in the Outer Banks is the best time to go surf fishing. At the end of the summer, the weather is cooler, and there aren’t fewer people. Of course, you don’t have to fish in the fall. Surf fishing is fun any time of the year. It can be a relatively inexpensive hobby compared to other activities such as windsurfing or kiteboarding. Here are the things you need to know about surf fishing in the fall in the Outer Banks.
Every parent desires to build memories with their child and what better way to build memories than when you’re on vacation. Going on vacation can get costly especially if you have kids, but fun doesn’t have to be expensive. Here is a list of activities you can do with the kids for little to no cost while you are staying in the Outer Banks.
Wicked Tuna North vs. South Premiere on The OBX!
Tomorrow night (Sunday, August 17th) the National Geographic Channel premieres a new series that spotlights the Outer Banks offshore fishing industry in “Wicked Tuna North vs. South,” but an exclusive number of Outer Bankers got a sneak peek preview this past week. Outer Banks Blue’s reporter on the scene (me) was invited to attend the premiere.
A Fisherman’s Delight: 3 Ways to Fish in the Outer Banks
A rod and reel in your hands. The sound of the gentle surf washing onto the shore. Blue ocean as far as the eye can see. Ahh! This is your perfect vacation.
Two for one Day…
We have received so many Memory Monday Photo submissions recently we are going to start sharing two photo memories this week.
The first photo memory we have comes to us from Sharon Rowland who stayed with us at Outer Banks Blue in the vacation rental property “Sentimental Journey” in the Sanderling in Duck. Here’s a great serene shot of the soundside in Duck.