Oregon Inlet


Oregon-InletThe Oregon Inlet Fishing Center got its start in the early 1950s, when local charter boat captains began to berth their boats near Oregon Inlet. This made for a quicker run to the Gulf Stream, than the old trip from Dykstra's Ditch, the canal at the foot of the Washington Baum Bridge adjacent to the Nags Head-Manteo Causeway. Today, Oregon Inlet is the home of the largest and most modern fishing fleet on the eastern seaboard. The inlet is now a full service marina with a boat launch facility, bait and tackle, boating equipment and so much more. A wide variety of fishing options are also available. Anglers can choose from off shore trips for marlin, tuna and dolphin; inshore trips for amberjack or rockfish; or head boat on the Miss Oregon Inlet. For reservations, call the booking desk. Full Service Marina:

  • Largest, most modern Fishing Fleet on the Eastern Seaboard
  • Bookings and Reservations for Inshore, Offshore and Headboat Fishing
  • Make-up Charters Available
  • Daily, Weekly, Monthly and Yearly Dockage
  • Automotive and Marine Fuels and Lubricants
  • Complete Ship's Store and Tackle Shop
  • World Famous Caps, Hats, Long and Short Sleeve T-Shirts
  • Complete line of Grocery and Camping Items
  • Complete line of Offshore Baits, offering Plantation and Calcutta Baits • Fish Cleaning and Processing
  • Taxidermy Service
  • Photography Service
  • Five (5) Small Boat Launching Ramps
  • Official North Carolina Saltwater and Fishing Tournament Weigh Station There is no fee to use the boat launch facility or to park.

Oregon Inlet Fishing Center