Originally Posted by theboz
The Outer Banks area has all sorts of wadeable and fishable water. But if you think fishing the surf is a waste you are wrong. If you learn to read the surf and the opportunities it can provide you will catch some great fish. Fish stacking up for migrations happens on a limited basis where as fish feeding on the surf happens on a daily basis!
Great! Thanks for the feedback. Anyone have any recommendations of flies? I'll probably tie up some large streamers.
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Originally Posted by yonder
Oregon Inlet on the sound side of the bridge....I have seen lots of fishermen wading a good ways out there in waist high water in search of speckled trout. Stay clear of the channel unless you fish from the land........this is a few miles south of Nags Head......can't miss it.....big bridge!!!
I have never fished this side of the bridge, because I usually fish the rocky bank of the ocean side for puppy drum..........hope this will help.......
I'll definitely try out as many areas as possible. Thanks for the reply!