North Carolina is THE PLACE to catch huge Red Drum. Where was the all-tackle world record Red Drum caught? Yep, on the North Carolina Outer Banks. These giants are here for most of the year. Our many, inlets, jetties, holes, and channels are prime feeding habitat for these beautiful fish. It’s almost like North Carolina’s Outer Banks were created just for the Red Drum. These fish are heavy, strong, and gorgeous.
Giant Red Drum (also called Old Drum or Bull Red Drum) are ferocious feeders. They have to eat a lot of food to maintain their active life…that’s good news for us fishermen! We usually catch several each day. These trips often result in happy, tired fishermen.
We don’t have a set time to catch these fish because their movements can be dependent on time of year and tide. We’ll work out a game plan that will work best for your specific date(s). Come see why NC’s OBX is the Red Drum capital of the world. You’re nearly certain to catch a trophy, and we’ll help you get the citation to prove it. These fish run from May through November. Let us know what you have in mind, and we’ll cater the trip to meet your needs. We look forward to sharing the Outer Banks’ great fishing with you.
What To Bring:
- Plenty of Sunscreen
- Cooler With Drinks, Sandwiches, Snacks, etc.
- Rain Jacket (even if the weatherman says no rain in forecast)
- Appropriate Licensing (I will help arrange this too. It’s super easy.) Click Here to visit NC’s Online Licensing Page.
- If you want to bring your own rod, please feel free!