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    Outer Banks Piers

    Outer Banks fishing piers are a must-visit attraction on the OBX!

    Outer Banks piers have been drawing visitors to the OBX for years upon years! Whether you are wanting to visit some OBX fishing piers to simply enjoy the view and a treat or to cast a line and catch your next meal, these Outer Banks fishing piers are a must-visit attraction! Spend the day or stop for a short stroll, whatever your plans are, these Outer Banks piers are a quintessential part of any OBX vacation.

    Be sure to stop in at these popular Outer Banks Piers:

    The Outer Banks has a well-deserved reputation for fishing and the fishing piers that line the Outer Banks’ shoreline are an important part of that culture.

    Outer Banks piers are a favorite spot for both locals and visitors. Stretching over the water, they provide unbeatable views of the ocean and nearby shoreline. They’re also a great place to catch some waves or relax in the sun. Best of all, these fishing piers are open to everyone – so whether you’re an experienced fisherman or just looking for a place to enjoy the view, you’ll feel right at home.

    Many Outer Banks piers have shops for fishing tackle, bait and other fishing related products as well as snacks and souvenirs! You will also find restaurants and bars at many fishing piers allowing you to enjoy a beautiful meal seaside. You’ll even discover information about the local environment and marine life at the exhibits located at Jennette’s Pier House Aquarium.

    The Outer Banks Piers

    Bonner Bridge Fishing Pier
    Bonner Bridge Fishing Pier
    Jennette's Pier in Nags Head, NC
    Jennette's Pier
    Nags Head Pier | Nags Head Fishing Pier
    Nags Head Fishing Pier
    Avalon Pier on the Outer Banks
    Avalon Fishing Pier
    Kitty Hawk Pier
    Kitty Hawk Pier
    Duck Soundside Boardwalk
    Duck Soundside Boardwalk

    Info On Fishing The Outer Banks Piers

    Different fish run at different times of the year, but there is almost always a chance that something will be biting. Most of the OBX fishing piers have a pier house store that can offer advice on bait, tackle, and what to expect when you drop a line into the water.

    A Coastal Recreational Fishing License is required for anyone over 16 years of age, and licenses are sold at the fishing pier tackle shops. Some of the fishing piers include the license fee in their usage fee for anyone fishing from the pier.

    Not everyone on the pier is fishing. Fishing fees are usually around $10/day; to just walk out and enjoy the pier is under $5.00. Fees vary by fishing pier.

    It is important to know the current fishing regulations. Most fish have a size limit, (usually a minimum size), but some species have a maximum size that can be kept.

    A number of fishing piers have restaurants on them. you can check and see if they’ll cook your catch!

    Not all fishing piers are open year-round, so it’s a good idea to call before heading out.