Offshore boats are catching Dolphin, Blackfin Tuna, Wahoo and Billfish, inshore boats are catching Cobia, Red Drum and Spanish Mackerel, head to Hatteras for world class fishing!
Hatteras Harbor Marina
Fishing on the Outer Banks

Either offshore or inshore, Hatteras has it all and no one takes fishing more seriously than the captains and mates of the Hatteras Harbor Marina Charter Fleet.

Hatteras Harbor Marina

Hatteras Harbor is a well protected, full service marina with a 20 boat charter fleet as well as deep water transient slips to accommodate larger boats.

Accommodations at the Marina

Our fully furnished apartments have one bedroom with either a queen or 2 twin beds then 3 twins in the living area and sleep up to five people.

When it comes to charter boat fishing on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, the name Hatteras and world class fishing go hand in hand…

Either offshore or inshore, Hatteras has it all and no one takes fishing more seriously than the captains and mates of the Hatteras Harbor Marina Charter Fleet. The largest and most experienced in the area, the fleet enjoys one of the shortest runs to the gulfstream where an abundance of fish is caught year round. From marlin, sailfish, tuna, dolphin and wahoo offshore to speckled trout, flounder, bluefish and red drum inshore our fleet is ready to serve your needs. Boats return to the docks between 4-5pm it's a great treat for the whole family to watch the catches hit the dock.

Bring the entire family and enjoy uncrowded pristine beaches amid a relaxed atmosphere where southern hospitality is at its best!

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Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Oh my gosh what a beautiful day on the water. Offshore still produced limits of bailer dolphin, few wahoo, blackfin tuna and some trigger fish. Six sailfish were released by the Hatteras fleet. Nearshore had plenty of spanish and king mackerel. Inshore had good numbers of drum and speckled trout. There was also some small cobia. What a good variety for eating and fun catching.


Release: Michael Brinn from Westminster, Md released a sailfish, Kristy Brinn from Abingdon, MD released a sailfish, and Jeffrey Carnes, Jr from Abingdon, MD released a sailfish

Good Times: Walt Williams from Hampton, Va released a sailfish

Carolina Girl: Michael Stevons from Tinton Falls, NJ released a sailfish

Monday, August 21, 2017

Well the Billfish seemed to be all about a Solar Eclipse today! We will have some flags flapping at the docks this evening. Calypso and Sea Creature each released 2 Sailfish. Native Son released 4! Sailfish. Tuna Duck released a Blue Marlin. Carolina Girl and Good Times each released a Sailfish. There was also good Wahoo fishing a few Blackfin Tuna and Mahi Offshore on this beautiful hot day. Inshore boats were on the Puppy Drum catching limits and a few Speckled Trout. Clamming was also in demand today with the temps soaring into the 90's with the humidity.


Carolina Girl: Zachary Annon of Machipongo, VA released a Sailfish. 11 year old Gibson Hubbard of Machipongo, VA released a Barracuda.

Sea Creature: Anne Spence of Toronto, ON released a Sailfish. Mike Magee of Kings Mountain, NC released a Sailfish.

Calypso: John Bogert of Wayne, NJ released a Sailfish. Katherine Owen of Glen Carbon, FL released a Sailfish.

Good Times: Billy Schuh of Shlocton, WI released a Sailfish.

Release: Jacob Scott of Bumpass, VA caught a 4lb Sea Bass.

Native Son: 10 year old Raegan Breon of Mingoville, PA released a Sailfish. Tyler Hockman of State College, PA released a Sailfish. Harold Hockman of State College, PA released 2 Sailfish.

Tuna Duck: Mike Hempel of Westmilford, NJ released a Blue Marlin.


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Offshore Charter Fishing

Dolphin, Tuna, Wahoo, Sailfish and Marlin are among the many fish our charter fleet will encounter in the gulfstream water off Hatteras. The boats depart at 6:00 am and arrive back at the dock from 4:00-5:00 pm. Bring your family down and watch the boats unload their catches!

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Inshore Charter Fishing

Inshore anglers can book either full or half-day trips. A typical half-day trip leaves the dock at 7:00 am and returns at 11:30am, docking long enough to grab lunch. At 12:30 pm, the inshore fleet heads back out and will return at 5:00 pm.

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