Outer Banks Kayak Fishing Guide

burnleyarticleAll of my adventures as an ¬†Outer Banks Kayak Fishing Guide are unique, because you never know what you might see or encounter on the waters of the Outer Banks. But, don’t fret. Our fleet of kayaks are made to stay up-right and they are arguably the most stable kayaks in the industry. With a weight capacity of 500lbs and pontoon style hull, my kayaks will stay up-right in almost any condition. I employ only the newest and best kayaks for my customers from Wilderness Systems.

I pride myself in offering a new and exciting way to experience the Outer Banks. I have developed many adventures over the past 5 years of guiding for each of the different experiences to offer as much fun as possible and to work around weather patterns. I will work hand in hand with my customers to keep them informed on the status of their trips and keep them up to date on any changes that may be necessary to insure a high quality and enjoyable trip.

You can expect to be on the water for more than 4 hours. A true value for your money in adventure sports.

Don’t forget. I will supply you with all the kayak and fishing gear you will possibly need and I will inform you of the basic necessities that you will want to bring for a comfortable adventure.

You will need a North Carolina Saltwater Fishing License, which can easily be obtained from a local tackle shop in a manner of minutes and for as little as $10.00.

Adventures have limited space and fill fast, so book your trip soon.

LICENSED, INSURED AND RED CROSS CERTIFIED IN CPR AND FIRST AID.

Trips may be cancelled at any time due to weather or unforseen events. Outer Banks Kayak Fishing will notify customers immediately of any necessary changes or cancellations.

 

Rob Alderman is a part of the Pro-Staff/Ambassador program for the following companies.

  • Wilderness Systems Fishing Kayaks
  • YakAttack
  • Ugly Stik
  • Bending Branches LLC
  • BooneDox
  • Release Reels

 

 

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