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General Information & Rates for Outer Banks Charter Fishing

We welcome families and children and we encourage angler participation.
We strive to provide an enjoyable fishing experience for all aboard.

Rates and How to Book a Charter

A full-day charter fishing trip out of Oregon Inlet Fishing Center is $1900 if paying with cash or check directly to BI-OP-SEA. If you choose to pay by credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express) at Oregon Inlet Fishing Center the rate will be $1960. A deposit of $500 is required upon booking confirmation if paid by check. Oregon Inlet Fishing Center will collect a deposit of $980 if done via credit card. Additional expenses include a tip for the mate which 15% is customary.

A full party is six people. If you don't have enough people in your group for a full charter, you might consider a make up charter (sharing a boat). Make up charters are available through Oregon Inlet Fishing Center at 800.272.5199 or 252.441.6301 or you can contact us for makeup charter options.

Schedule

Offshore Gulf Stream fishing trips leave the dock at 5:30am and return between 4:00pm and 5:00pm.

What You Need to Bring

We attempt to make your fishing trip as convenient, safe, and comfortable as we possibly can. To help meet your personal needs during the trip, here are some things you need to bring: lunch, snacks, beverages, cooler, sunscreens, sunglasses, camera and film or tapes, foulweather gear and seasonal clothing.

Motion sickness medicine can be inexpensive insurance to make sure you have a good fishing trip. Consult with your physician.

Provisions

We provide bait, tackle, and ice. You may bring your favorite rod, if you wish, as long as it is in good condition with fresh line matched to the gamefish you are seeking. We carry a lot of ice to insure that your catch is in the best condition possible when it hits the dock.

You will need a large cooler to take your catch home. We strongly recommend 1 to 2 pounds of ice for each pound of fillets. This assures that your catch will arrive at its destination in excellent condition for your dining preparation and enjoyment. Fish cleaning services are available at the marina.

Read our Frequently Asked Questions for more information about charter fishing on the Bi-Op-Sea with Captain Jesse Granitzki and Mate Chris Stine

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