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.
Have you ever thought about visiting the Outer Banks in the fall? If your answer is yes, then you may know some of the reasons why this is the best time of the year to visit. If your answer is no, then you may wonder what those reasons are.
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.
Crazy Corolla Winds!This week’s Memory Monday photo submission comes to us from Beth Smith of Maineville, Ohio who stayed with us last August in the property “Peace Place” in South Nags Head. She calls this photo “Fly away hair” for obvious reasons. It is taken at the top of the Currituck Lighthouse in Corolla and it is ALWAYS windy at the top. If you don’t believe us we submit the following proof
It may be winter, but in the Outer Banks, the competition is about to heat up…
Are you a fan of the National Geographic Channel hit series, Wicked Tuna? Love the Outer Banks? The two are about to come together in a new National Geographic Channel series, Wicked Tuna: North vs. South.ilming begins off the coast of the Outer Banks in North Carolina this winter and will premiere in the U.S. and globally this summer.
Denver Post Author Enjoys Vacation with Outer Banks Blue.
This week on Everything Outer Banks we want to share an article that appeared yesterday in the Denver Post newspaper that was written by Ricardo Baca. Ricardo stayed with Outer Banks Blue in late April and he obviously had a great time on the Outer Banks. We were excited to see how happy he was with his stay and wanted to share his experience with you.
Here’s a link to his story:
Memory Monday 3/18/13
Fishin’ on the Outer Banks
This week’s Memory Monday photo submission comes to us from Holly Miller of Hanover, Pennsylvania who stayed with Outer Banks Blue last September in the property “Rum Runner” in Southern Shores. “Rum Runner” is right beside the Kitty Hawk Fishing Pier, and these photos prove you don’t have to go out on the pier to catch great fish on the Outer Banks.