Harkers Island Fishing Charters & Guides

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Charters Near Harkers Island
Lone Wolf Sportfishing
Beaufort, NC
(5.0, 2 Reviews)
Breakwater Charters
Beaufort, NC
(4.9, 17 Reviews)
Top Predator Adventures
Beaufort, NC
(5.0, 7 Reviews)
Swan Point Charters
Beaufort, NC
(5.0, 9 Reviews)
A.B. Offshore
Morehead City, NC
  • The average cost for a four hour trip in Harkers Island is $573, while the average cost for an 8 hour trip is $1116. Prices can vary based on trip duration, boat size and amenities, and the type of fishing your group is looking to do. View all Harkers Island Charters here.

  • The following boats offer shared trips in Harkers Island:

    Buddy Buoys Charters
  • The most common charter boat types in Harkers Island are:

    Center Console

    Sport Fisherman

  • The average charter boat size in Harkers Island is 33 feet.

About Fishing in Harkers Island

beach waves, Chesapeake Beach Ask anyone about Harkers Island and you’ll hear all about the beautiful beaches this island is home to. What many people don’t know is that Harkers Island is surrounded by hundreds of incredible fishing opportunities! On any given day, you’ll be able to see boats cruising these bountiful waters, some of them fishing, and some just enjoying time out on the water. Harkers Island is a lesser known fishing destination, so these waters don’t experience too much fishing pressure. The barrier islands of the Shackleford Banks to the South and the Core Banks to the East make Harkers Island a great starting position for those who enjoy offshore fishing.When it comes to fishing in Harkers Island, you should know that there are some exceptional offshore fishing opportunities. With hundreds of hotspots, you will be able to switch up your fishing location whenever you want and still be able to catch a monster fish. Many fishermen return here every year to experience fishing in this exciting location. Our professional charter captains will take you to the best fishing locations known only to the locals! person fishing off boat, Harkers Island The best part about fishing in Harkers Island? You can fish here all year-round! Each season has its own unique draw, and different species of fish are abundant at different times of the year. If you have a particular species in mind, make sure to do a little bit of research first to plan your trip during its peak season! men holding yellowfin tuna, Harkers Island Whether you’re a novice or avid angler, you will be able to enjoy an incredible fishing trip in Harkers Island. You’re free to use a light tackle rig in these waters, but there’s plenty of additional opportunities such as fly fishing, bottom fishing, kite fishing, and trolling. Ask your Harkers Island charter captain to help you master any of the techniques you want!The waters surrounding Harkers Island are rich with fish. Don’t let the following list surprise you. You will be able to catch everything on this list with the help of a FishAnywhere certified charter captain: Spanish Mackerel, Flounder, Redfish, Sailfish, Bluefish, Cobia, King Mackerel, Wahoo, Striped Bass, Black Drum, Black Seabass, Blue Marlin, Dolphin (Mahi Mahi), Speckled Trout, White Marlin, Amberjack, Little Tunny (False Albacore), Blackfin Tuna , Sheepshead, Tarpon, Bonito, Swordfish, Yellowfin Tuna, Triggerfish, and Red Grouper.FishAnywhere remains one of the best sources for Harkers Island fishing charter trips. Take some time and find a charter that suits your preferences and needs. Every charter trip includes a charter captain who will be by your side at all times to ensure you have a great time. Want to know one of the main qualifications to become a professional fishing captain? You have to know where the fish are! All of our captains have spent years becoming familiar with these waters, and there’s a reason they’re able to make a living off of fishing… Because they’re constantly putting customers on a fishing trip they’ll never forget! Check out our Harkers Island fishing charters from our team of licensed fishing captains today!

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