Hatteras is located in North Carolina it connects the Atlantic Ocean to the Pamlico Sound and separates Hatteras Island from Ocracoke Island.
There are many opportunities for fishing at Hatteras. Near shore inshore fishing, inlet fishing and sound fishing are also great at Hatteras Inlet for those with their own boats or those wishing to charter a fishing boat. Fish for many species in the spring, summer and fall or go for stripers in the winter.
Hatteras Inlet known for worldwide for it’s outstanding offshore Gulf Stream fishing. At Hatteras Inlet, the Gulf Stream is only a short ride away. The Gulf Stream is home to deep water migratory fish such as yellowfin tuna, bluefin tuna, blackfin tuna, wahoo, mahi (dolphin), king mackerel, sailfish, white marlin and the monster of them all … the blue marlin. The run to the Gulf Stream is generally about 20-35 miles from Hatteras Inlet depending upon conditions making it one of the closest locations to the Gulf Stream north of Florida.