Week of May 10, 2021 - May 16, 2021

Hatteras Village Offshore Open

  • Tuesday, May 11th - Saturday, May 15th
Hatteras

Celebrating its 27th year in 2021, the Hatteras Village Offshore Open continues to be one of the most popular fishing tournaments of the year along the southern Outer Banks, and is a fantastic chance to discover how incredible fishing off the Hatteras Island coastline can be. Based in the small town of Hatteras village on the southern edge of the island, this multiple-day tournament attracts anglers from all across the East Coast, and is one of the most anticipated fishing events of the year for folks throughout the Outer Banks, and miles beyond.

Week of September 20, 2021 - September 26, 2021

Hatteras Island Surf Fishing Challenge

  • Friday, September 24th - Sunday, September 26th
Waves

Bring your rods and reels and discover how incredible the fishing on the Outer Banks can be when the temps cool and the fall season rolls around by signing up for the Hatteras Island Surf Fishing Challenge. This popular fishing tournament takes place all across the islands, and allows anglers to pick a favorite spot, cast a line, and hopefully reel in a few big catches, as well as a few hefty cash prizes, along the way.

Week of October 11, 2021 - October 17, 2021

Capital City Four Wheelers Surf Fishing Tournament

  • Saturday, October 16th - Sunday, October 17th
Hatteras

The group which hosts the tournament, Capitol City Four Wheelers, is based out of Virginia and is always looking for new members who love and promote safe 4WD accessible driving. For an October surf fishing tournament that revolves around driving along the incredible beaches of Hatteras Island, the Capitol City Surf Fishing Tournament is certainly one to watch.

Week of October 18, 2021 - October 24, 2021

NCBBA Red Drum Tournament

  • Wednesday, October 20th - Saturday, October 23rd
Avon

Registration is currently open for the 12th Annual North Carolina Beach Buggy Association’s (NCBBA) Red Drum Tournament, which is scheduled for Wednesday through Saturday, October 20-23. The tournament features more than $10,000 in cash and prizes up for grabs.

The tournament offers miles of naturally isolated fishing grounds along the Cape Hatteras National Seashore, allowing anglers to maintain social distance while enjoying the exceptional fall fishing conditions of the Outer Banks. Anglers fish from ORV Ramp 23 to Ramp 38, and possiblly Ramps 43 and 44 if judge availability permits. Anglers may fish where they please within the tournament boundaries, as there are no station assignments during the 60 hours of wide-open fishing. This year’s banquet and awards ceremony may be subject to restrictions by state or local authorities in regard to group gatherings, depending on the state of the Coronavirus pandemic.

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