Located on the Atlantic fly way, the waters around Ocracoke Island are a haven for migrating waterfowl, including brant, red heads, widgeons, pintails, canvasbacks, and teal. Since the late 1880s, the island has been known as a sport gunner’s paradise as hunters sought a unique experience that combines the best of what the Pamlico Sound has to offer coupled with Ocracoke’s “step back in time” atmosphere. We invite you to join a centuries-old Ocracoke tradition with guides who grew up on these waters.

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Fishing
An industry that fueled and sustained our island’s economy. A leisure activity for some. A competitive sport for others. No matter what drives your interest in fishing, all are welcome to cast here.
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Watersports
Sixteen miles of uncrowded shores boasting tropical water temperatures and gentle surf in the summer—and wetsuit weather with heavy waves in the winter—make watersports enjoyable year-round.
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Biking
With its comfortably flat terrain and bike racks aplenty, this island was practically built for being explored on two wheels. For locals and visitors, alike, biking is a relaxing way to move about the day.
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