Offshore Outer Banks Shark Fishing Charters in North Carolina
Shark fishing charter boat located in Pirates Cove Marina, Manteo, NC.
Outer Banks, NC shark fishing charters are only one part of the offshore experience. In turn, you may have selected this option because they are fun to catch, we have more to offer. In addition, while fishing for mako and thresher you will most likely catch several shark species. Blue shark, hammerhead and tiger are among these toothy creatures.
Outer Banks Shark Charters
Our offshore shark fishing trips put you on fishing grounds not far out of the Origon Inlet. Although the hottest time for deep sea shark fishing starts in May, they can be targeted through out the summer. Above all, we find blue whalers, hammerheads, tiger sharks makos, thresher sharks, and more. In addition, shark charters are good fun for families, groups and corporate events and the novice to experienced shark fisherman. Book for a shark fishing tournament or just for fun!
Shark Fishing on a Charter Boat in Manteo, NC
Powerful toothy fish make for a great fish story! In Turn, the Instigator fishes on areas of ocean with structure such as lumps, changes in depth and wrecks or holes. Always looking around for fishy spots, a good sign could be slicks, bait and birds. After finding the perfect spot we start get the chum slick going and start our drift. With a handful of heavy rods baited, we use floats to distribute the rigs to different depths. We always have bait ready to pitch at those curious sharks that come directly to the boat. Sharks can take from 10 minutes to an hour to bring in depending on the size. Anglers can use the fighting chair or stand. After that, you always have the decision to fish for for or bring the shark onboard.
Shark Fishing in North Carolina
Stop by the dock anytime to see the daily catch at the fishing center and talk with Captain Josh about your upcoming Pirates Cove shark fishing charter. Inturn, you can reserve a date online or call the captain direct for immediate confirmation.
Make sure to check our Outer Banks fishing report to see what we have been up to.