Outer Banks Hunting

When the days start getting shorter and temperatures become chillier, hunters flock to the beach to enjoy Outer Banks hunting. With plenty of access to different bodies of water, the Outer Banks have become a popular place for waterfowl hunting, specifically ducks. If you’re looking to pay a visit to the Outer Banks during hunting season, contact our local hunting guides who are familiar with the area and know where to go and what to hunt there. They can transport you to sink boxes and curtain blinds in advantageous locations and provide you with decoys to attract brants, pintails, red heads, black heads, geese and more. If your Outer Banks hunting trip seems like it will be a longer affair, your hunting guide can also arrange accommodations for you and your crew. Check out the listing below to see what spots will let you walk away feeling victorious after hunting.


Outer Banks Things To Do by Area

Corolla | Duck & Southern Shores | Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills & Nags Head
Roanoke Island & Manteo | Hatteras Island | Ocracoke Island

Outer Banks Things To Do by Category

Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge

Outer Banks Hunting
Milltail Road, off U.S. Highway 64, Manteo
(252) 473-1131

Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge is a more than 159,000-acre refuge on the mainland portion of Dare and Hyde counties. It was established in 1984 to preserve and protect a unique wetland habitat type, the pocosin, and its associated wildlife species. Pocosin is a Native American word meaning ‘‘swamp-on-a-hill’’ and is characterized by poorly drained soils high in organic material. The refuge's diversity of habitat... read more

Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge is a more than 159,000-acre refuge on the mainland portion... read more