Welcome to Light Tackle Fishing's Finest Experience! We offer you an experience based on what you wish to get out of a "Guided Fishing Trip". We can teach you to fish, we can can teach you to find fish, we can teach you to catch fish, we can share our experiences and ultimately our successes and failures with you. We can begin with the very basics or we can focus solely on putting you on the best locations possible. The design or plan for the trip will depend on you!
We specialize in Light Tackle and Fly- Fishing for Speckle Trout, Red Drum (Redfish), Flounder, Cobia, Sharks, Spanish Mackerel, Bluefish and Albacore. We seek them in the marshes, on the grass flats, around oyster rocks, in the inlets and sandy sloughs, off the beaches and around the nearshore wrecks and reefs. We use live bait as well as top water lures and soft plastics. We fish from the best bay boats and we use quality rods, reels , tackle and gear. We will seek out the most productive areas based on weather, wind, tide and other factors.
Call us to discuss details of your trip, such as when to go, what to bring, how many persons we can accomodate, trip rates, ect.
If you are not into fishing, we offer several other on-the- water activities. We offer guided trips for kayaking, camping, snorkeling, and clamming. We know the most secluded and productive areas for seashell collecting. We can help you find that perfect campsite at Cape Lookout or Shackleford Banks.
We also offer Sightseeing, History, and Eco Tours. You are sure to see dolphin, sea turtles, wild island ponies, migratory shorebirds and historic sites. Feel free to combine these activities into one or multiple trips. We have all the equipment necessary for these activities and will be happy to work with you on package deals.
If you are looking for a local guide, choose a "Native Guide". If Captain Bryan is not available he can book you with another local guide with similar experience, knowledge and skill. Contact us and let us help you plan your coastal adventure!
Good Fishing and God Bless,
Capt. Bryan Goodwin