Head Boat Fishing

Everyone’s a kid on Mondays!

For all Monday Sound Side Daytime Head Boat Fishing Trips and Sunset Head Boat Fishing Trips, all adults can book at the kids rate using promo code BEAKID!*

*Ocean Trips not included in this promotion

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Sound Side Daytime Trips - 4 Hours
  • Ages 11 & up - $52
  • Children 4-10 yrs - $42
  • 3 & Younger - $1
Sound Side Sunset Trips - 2 Hours
  • Ages 11 & up - $39
  • Children 4-10 yrs - $29
  • 3 & Younger - $1
Ocean Side Daytime Trips - 5 Hours
  • Ages 11 & up - $75
  • Children 4-10 yrs - $65
  • 3 & Younger - $1

2-4 hours

Oregon Inlet Fishing Center
Nags Head, NC

Trip Minimums

Due to high operational costs associated with every fishing trip, the Miss Oregon Inlet does require a minimum of 15 customers to take each trip out.

In the event that the Miss Oregon Inlet doesn’t reach it’s minimum capacity to set out for a trip, all customers will be offered the opportunity to reschedule or a full refund for their trip. We will do our best to make this determination 2 hours prior to departure or by 9PM the night before the early morning trips.

Feel free to call or text our reservations team at 252-251-4314 if you have questions about whether a trip has enough passengers to run.

The Miss Oregon Inlet is an Outer Banks fishing tradition! With a capacity for up to 65 passengers, this family-friendly fishing trip will offer your an experience you’ll cherish for the rest of your life!

Headboat Fishing trips in the outer banks

Miss Oregon Inlett Headboat

Coming to the Outer Banks with many of your family or friends? Try a family-friendly fishing trip aboard the Miss Oregon Inlet II Head Boat! As the top fishing charter in the Outer Banks, we can take your party up to 65 people! Bring the entire family and enjoy a half-day of Outer Banks charter fishing on the fastest ride to the best fishing spots!  Departing from Oregon Inlet Fishing Center in Nags Head at the foot of the Bonner and Basnight bridges, the Miss Oregon Inlet II cruises only 10 minutes to the gateway of the Atlantic Ocean and Pamlico Sound, and then it’s time to drop the lines in the most abundant fishing grounds on the Outer Banks! Why ride a half-hour or more when you can spend that time fishing?

Oregon Inlet and surrounding waters abound with many species of fish, such as spot, croaker, flounder, grey and speckled trout, bluefish, puppy-drum, sea mullet, sea bass, and many others. Experience nature at its best while aboard the Miss Oregon Inlet II! Our fishermen often see sea turtles, dolphin, pelicans, and so much more!

The Miss Oregon Inlet II schedule varies throughout its season to accommodate as many guests as possible.

  • No need for bait, tackle or a fishing licence … the Miss Oregon Inlet has you covered!
  • Dress appropriately for a day on the water
    • Close toed shoes
    • Sun screen
    • Light jack or a rain jacked
  • Camera to take photos!

There are many different types of fish that you can spot and catch in the Outer Banks, not all of them are able to be taken home. Some of the most popular types of fish we catch on the Miss Oregon Inlett include Puppy Drum, Sea Mullet, Croaker, Trout, Spot, Bluefish, Flounder, and sometimes even Sharks!

Good News! Fishing licenses are covered for all guests aboard the Miss Oregon Inlet Headboat! You do not need to obtain any special permits to fish with us.

The crew aboard the Miss Oregon Inlett Headboat will provide plenty of bait & tackle for you and your group. You do not need to bring any extra bait or tackle on your trip.

Yes, you can bring food and beverages on the Miss Oregon Inlett Headboat, but PLEASE DO NOT bring any glass bottles or containers. Our Headboat is a B.Y.O.B activity, assuming all participants are of legal drinking age and all parties drink responsibly.

No, tips (gratuity) are not included in your ticket price. Please be considerate and generous with your Headboat crew. Tips are appreciated.

Bathrooms & Amenities

The Miss Oregon Inlet is equipped with 2 bathrooms and an indoor cabin area/closed cabin area.

The vessel is not officially handicapped accessible, however we have been able to get some standard wheel chairs on board if the participant can take a few steps onto the boat and then the chair can be lifted onto the vessel. Unfortunately it is not accessible for motorized wheelchairs.

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