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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > November 2019 > Eight Top Outer Banks Surf Fishing Tips
An abundance of surf fishing opportunities makes the Outer Banks of North Carolina a top East Coast angling attraction. This is especially so in the fall, when large red drum, striped bass, and bluefish headline a long list of possible catches.
Any compilation of Outer Banks fishing tips must be prefaced with a reminder to make sure you’re up-to-date on fishing regulations for different species, as things can change during the season, plus access permits and your fishing license. That said, here are eight top Outer Banks fishing tips to help focus your efforts.
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Ken Schultz was a longtime staff writer for Field & Stream magazine and is the former Fishing Editor of ESPNoutdoors.com. He’s written and photographed nineteen books on sportfishing topics, plus an annual fishing tips calendar., and his writing has appeared on various websites for nearly two decades. His author website is kenschultz.com.
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