Welcome to Fore Shore at OBX

Fishing & Weather

 NC COASTAL FISHING LICENSE to fish on the Outer Banks.
More information as well as SIZE & BAG LIMITS are HERE.

FISHING REPORTS (what's biting and where)

TW's Fishing Reports
Garry's Fishing Report


TW's Bait & Tackle - mileposts 10 and 4 - www.twstackle.com

Whalebone Tackle - on the causeway on the left before you get to Little Bridge fishing spot - www.whalebonetackle.com


Little Bridge - Take a right onto the Bypass. Little Bridge is straight ahead about 1 mile from the house. It's a very nice place to fish on either side of the bridge. Good parking and bathrooms.

Oregon Inlet Bridge - Cross the Oregon Inlet Bridge and park immediately on left. There are Porta Johns on site.

Jeanette's Pier - definitely worth seeing even if you don't want to fish - $2 donation recommended per visitor

Avalon Pier - www.avalonpier.com

Nags Head Fishing Pier
- www.nagsheadpier.com

Outer Banks Pier
- milepost 18.5 - www.fishingunlimited.net


Click HERE for a map of The Villages at Nags Head. Looking at the map, the house is right behind the Bank and Fire Station on 158. This is the easiest way to show you how to find the Sound Access. It's about 700 yards to the Sound from the house.


The closest beach access is the Nags Head Town Hall access. At the stoplight between the bank and Outback, go straight across. On Beach Road, turn right. The access is about one-fourth of a mile on the right. There is a parking lot and bathroom. The beach is about 700 yards from the house.


We have 2 crab pots for you to use. They are located under the AC units. As our guests, you have access to the private pier on the sound. Raw chicken usually works best for baiting the pots. Place the chicken inside the small door on the bottom of the pot and close the door. Make sure when you drop the pot into the water that the bottom of the pot lays on the sound bottom. Please rinse and return the crab pots when you are finished with them.
An entertaining activity for kids - Tie a piece of raw chicken on a string. Throw it into the water from the pier. Slowly drag the string back in. Often there will be a crab holding onto the piece of chicken. The crab will continue to hold on until it is raised out of the water. If you have a net, you can catch the crabs this way before they turn loose.

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