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Pelican
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Address7809 North Shore Rd
Nags Head, NC 27959, US
Websitehttp://fishthepelican.com/
Phone(252) 441-3197
Emailarch@fishthepelican.com
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About Pelican

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The charter boat Pelican’s port of call is Oregon Inlet Fishing Center located within one mile of Oregon Inlet on the Outer Banks (OBX) of North Carolina. This area offshore of the East coast of the United States is considered one of the most productive, year round, blue water fisheries world wide. Close access to offshore waters and the Gulf Stream allow charter boats, commercial and recreational fisherman a year round angling bonanza. Located on the north end or entrance to the Cape Hatteras National Seashore Park the area is also renowned for its inshore water and beach/surf fishing access.

Thanks to the huge expanse and warmth of the shallow waters of Pamlico Sound bait fish and or fry of all types inhabit the back water.  All seasons offer fishing of some sort. In the spring of the year schools of Red Drum, Striped Bass, Bluefish migrate north passing close to the 200 + miles of beach which make up much of  North Carolina’s Outer Banks. As temperatures warm in the Spring and Summer the action picks up off shore as the blue water of the Gulf Stream creeps in within miles of the OBX inlet’s at Cape Hatteras and Oregon Inlet.  Atlantic Blue Marlin, White Marlin, Atlantic Sailfish, Wahoo, Dolphin Fish, Yellow Fin and Big Eye Tuna show up in good numbers this time of year. Cobia are seen and caught within sight of the beaches in the summer. Red Drum, Striped Bass and Bluefish along with a host of other species migrate south in the fall and early winter.  Blue Fin Tuna show up off shore in mid winter.

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