North Carolina Kings

North Carolina Kings

North Carolina Kings

The Hatteras fleet of Carolina-built sportfishing boats provides a stable and dependable platform for Outer Banks fishing. _In the November Salt Water Sportsman, read all about the excellent king mackerel fishing which takes place off North Carolina's Outer Banks each winter. Join author Ted Lund and friends as they experience some of the finest fishing to be found off Hatteras inlet. _
North Carolina Kings

North Carolina Kings

Rigging for a day of hot king mackerel action. Photo by Ted Lund
North Carolina Kings

North Carolina Kings

A small seine net makes catching bait a snap. Photo by Ted Lund
North Carolina Kings

North Carolina Kings

Bunker are the live bait of choice. Photo by Ted Lund
North Carolina Kings

North Carolina Kings

A number of wire stinger rigs are prepared in advance. Photo by Ted Lund
North Carolina Kings

North Carolina Kings

Another king is headed for the fish box! Photo by Ted Lund
North Carolina Kings

North Carolina Kings

Fall kings run large off of Hatteras. Photo by Ted Lund
North Carolina Kings

North Carolina Kings

Light tackle works well with the Outer Banks kings. Photo by Ted Lund
North Carolina Kings

North Carolina Kings

Waiting for the strike. Photo by Ted Lund
North Carolina Kings

North Carolina Kings

Artificial lures like this Sebile Magic Swimmer work great. Photo by Ted Lund
North Carolina Kings

North Carolina Kings

Party boat anglers get in on the action too. Photo by Ted Lund
North Carolina Kings

North Carolina Kings

Darren Shepard hoists a trophy kingfish. Photo by Ted Lund
North Carolina Kings

North Carolina Kings

Another smoker! Photo by Ted Lund
North Carolina Kings

North Carolina Kings

In the box. Photo by Ted Lund
North Carolina Kings

North Carolina Kings

The Hatteras fleet. Photo by Ted Lund
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