Bobs Bait and Tackle is located in Duck and serving the Corolla, Kitty Hawk, Southern Shores area and Outer Banks. We also provide Outer Banks fishing charters. Bobs Bait and Tackle has been serving the Outer Banks with fishing knowledge and equipment since 1982. Click to call from your smart phone (252)261-8589 or dial from a normal phone. We have a huge selection of rods, reels, lures, tackle & bait for fishing on the Outer Banks. Personalized courteous service. Daily fishing reports– pier, beach, sound, and offshore. Fresh, live, and frozen bait. We have rod and reel rentals, crabbing supplies. T-shirts and hats. ADD YOUR FISHING REPORT AND PICTURES BY CLICKING HERE: [email protected] . Bobs Bait and Tackle has the lowest prices on the beach. Crab bait & supplies with instructions on how and where to fish and crab. We offer half day and full day fishing charters on the Outer Banks. A fast modern fleet. We also specialize in make up charters. Stop in and see us or call 252-261-8589. Hours of operation in season 6:00am to 9:00pm, seven days a week. Hours will change in the off season.
Finally today I have something to talk about on the fishing front. Today on the surf in Duck and Corolla we are getting a few sea mullet, small bluefish, puffer fish, and a handful of red drum. Water temp today is 54 degrees. Winds NNE 12 knots.
Surf and pier fishing has been pretty slow lately with the exception of skate and small shark. Better weather will be arriving tomorrow and looks like it will be sticking around. Hopefully fishing will improve soon. Water temp in Duck is 54 degrees NNE winds at 10...
Mark set me up with everything I needed to do a little surf fishing while on vacation in Duck, NC this week - rod and reel, rig, bait, license - even a couple of tips and tricks . . . Within 40 minutes I caught a 24" red drum. Thanks Mark! - Phil Forbes from Ontario,...
We are open for the 2018 season. Come check us out. We have new inventory coming in daily. Not much fishing action going on with all the weather we have been getting. When conditions improve we should have some good reports here in the near future.
Russell caught these on the Duck surf the other day.