Rob is the most experienced kayak fishing guide on the Outer Banks, with 14 seasons and counting. He launched Outer Banks Kayak Fishing in 2008 and has now partnered with OBX on the Fly, after having consulted on our Torqeedo powered kayaks. Rob is a former fishing TV show host and producer, fishing writer, photographer and underwater videographer. Rob specializes in chasing red drum, and has chased them from pier, surf, and kayak for 20 years, along with working in the recreational fishing business just as long. He can guide you for citation red drum from kayak or surf based on the season (will require calling the shop). Rob is happy to guide EXPERIENCED fly fishermen and can put you on the fish, but specializes in conventional techniques. Rob is part of the...

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Experience fly fishing the outer banks in its purest form. The order of activities depends on tides, wind, etc. First we string up a fly rod and warm up that casting stroke. If you are brand new to the sport I can certainly help you get to a point where you can fling that Dirty Harry in a spot that may just hold one of our many local fish. Which include but is not limited to Speckled Trout, Redfish (aka Puppy Drum), Striped Bass, Bluefish, Flounder, Ocean Perch, Sea Mullet, Pompano, and even Largemouth Bass (our sound is brackish water).

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Ed is an Outer Banks native that has been active in the fishing community nearly his whole life. Growing up in South Nags Head, he spent many hours pier fishing with his dad. As he grew older and became a seasoned waterman and angler, Ed branched out into beach fishing, kayak fishing, and now, fly fishing. Ed has fished all across the country, from the east coast to the west coast and many places in between. His many years of experience and deep knowledge of the Outer Banks fishing makes him an excellent guide. When he’s not on the water, you can find Ed hanging with his rescue pup Ella or playing...

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