Experience the best saltwater charts available. From precise fishing locations with GPS coordinates to accurate depth contours and structure definition, these charts redefine the standard on the water. Each map contains the following information: GPS fishing locations, compass headings, structure definitions, depth and contour intervals, marina services, fishing tips and techniques, artificial reef coordinates, seasonality charts, quick reference fish ID chart. Charts are printed on waterproof, tear-resistant paper that allows you to make notes right on the chart. Size: 24" x 36" unfolded. Folds to a convenient 6" x 9" compact size.
Long Bay (Sunset Beach to Cape Fear)
In summer, flounder, false albacore, Spanish mackerel and cobia are available. Spotted seatrout and red drum are abundant in fall and king mackerel can be caught most of the year.
Cape Fear (Cape Fear to Surf City Inshore)
A broad selection of species are available by fishing the Offshore banks, inshore reefs, surf or one of the numerous inlets in this area.
Onslow Bay (Surf City to Bogue Sound)
Inshore fishing here is excellent, with numerous bays, inlets, channels and shoals, offering anglers a chance to hook up with popular gamefish.
Cape Lookout (Bogue Sound to Drum Inlet)
This area provides some great fishing, along with numerous visitor attractions. The shoreline in this area offers miles of excellent inshore fishing with many bays and sounds, as well as the nearby Atlantic Ocean.
Raleigh Bay (Sea level to Hatteras)
With many shoals, tributaries and sounds, great fishing is in abundance in this area.
Pamlico and Neuse Rivers (Oriental to Belhaven)
Referred to as North Carolina's best kept recreational secrets, these fertile environments are home to countless species of wildlife and large numbers of both resident and migratory gamefish.
Cape Hatteras (Ocracoke Inlet to Avon)
Incredible offshore action. Inshore, find red drum, bluefish, cobia, striped bass, Spanish mackerel and king mackerel.
Oregon Inlet (Salvo to Kill Devil Hills)
Oregon Inlet and Manns Harbor are famous for wintertime runs of large striped bass. Many other other species inhabit the region by season.
Albemarle Sound Central (Includes North, Pasquotank, Little, Alligator rivers)
A unique blend of fresh and brackish water provides a great selection of fish. Striped bass never leave the area, while largemouth bass and crappie are found in nearly every creek and backwater.
Kitty Hawk (Wanchese to Grandy)
The waters of the Croatan, Roanoke, Currituck and Albemarle sounds meet north of Roanoke Island here and offer excellent fishing in the brackish waters. Striped bass top the list of available species. Flounder, red drum, weakfish and spotted seatrout are also found in these waters.
Currituck Sound (Grandy to Back Bay, VA)
These brackish waters feature outstanding fishing for striped bass, flounder, red drum, and spotted seatrout. The adjacent Atlantic Ocean offers seasonal opportunities for cobia, bluefish and striper.