Carolina Beach Fishing

The Carolina Beach/Kure Beach area offers great Atlantic Ocean fishing. Whether you’re pier fishing, surf fishing, charter fishing, or taking your own boat out on the water there’s something for everyone! Anyone from beginners to seasoned fishermen and women will find plenty of fish in the water year round. Palm Air Realtyoffers plenty of house rentals close to the water to make it convenient for any fishing excursions you may be planning. You can even rent an Carolina Beach oceanfront property to make surf-fishing extremely convenient for you and your group. Palm Air Realty has Carolina Beach vacation rentals and Kure Beach vacation rentalsconvenient and close to everything!

Carolina Beach Fishing Pier* (closed for the fishing season due to Hurricane Florence)

Carolina Beach Fishing Pier is a great way to get access to deeper water when you have no access to a boat. The Carolina Beach Fishing Pier is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (hours may vary depending on the season). You can be sure to catch a numerous amount of different types of fish off this 700? wooden pier. Fish for Flounder, Red Drum, Black Drum, Spanish Mackerel, even a King Mackerel, and so many other types of fish depending on the season. There’s even a grill and arcade at the pier for other entertainment. Check out more information about the Carolina Beach Fishing Pier.

Carolina Beach Fishing Charters

If you’re in the Carolina Beach and Kure area looking into a Carolina Beach Fishing Charter is a great idea. You can bring your group and have a private captain show you around on a boat and take you to their best fishing holes. Fish inshore for Red Drum, Black Drum, Speckle Trout, Flounder, and so much more. Or take an offshore fishing charter and go for Mahi, Tuna, Grouper, King Mackerel, and more! Find the perfect Carolina Beach Fishing Charter for you and your group.

Surf Fishing

Carolina Beach and Kure Beach offer great surf fishing. Get out early and watch the sunrise while you wait for a hungry fish to come by and take your bait. You can drive out on Freeman Park and plant your fishing rods in holders. Or go down to Fort Fisher and try your hand on the beach down there. Surf fishing can bring in all types of fish including, Blue fish, Spanish Mackerel, Drum, Flounder, Speckle Trout, even some sharks! Even if you don’t know a lot about fishing you can surf fish. Most fish will eat bait shrimp or squid. So grab a pole and get out there while you’re visiting the area!

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