What to Expect
*All guided kayak fishing trips start at early morning 'safe light' unless a specific time is requested (i.e. mid-morning or early afternoon).
*Kayaks, Personal Floatation Device (PFD/life vest), water, snacks, first aid kit, rods and reels, paddle, live bait and/or artificial lures are provided. I also carry a cooler with ice and individual coolers for my clients.
*Most guided trips cover approx. 3-4 miles of paddling in the saltwater marsh and backwaters. Wind and current conditions will vary during different parts of the day, month and year. Please be prepared for possible physical demands.
What to Bring
*Large brimmed hat, proper fishing clothes, sunglasses (polarized), sun block protection, rain jacket, wading shoes and lunch if desired.
*You may wish to bring dry clothes to change into after being on the water.
*You must have a valid NC fishing license to fish!
*You can purchase a license at Walmart or at most local bait and tackle shops, or by using the following link: https://www.ncalvin.org/Alvin/default.aspx?MenuTabID=138&SiteID=1&TranTabID=488&trid=41&vid=0
"I believe in providing my clients access to quality equipment and fishing gear. That's why I use Native Watercraft 'sit on top' and "hybrid" kayaks, which are designed specifically for fishing. These kayaks are stable, easy to paddle, offer plenty of room for gear, and have proven to be the most comfortable kayaks on the market. I offer a variety of different services including half or full day charters, demo days, and one-on-one instruction depending on my clients’ needs".
Nathan " Nook"