DogHouse Sportfishing offers Outer Banks inshore/offshore fishing.

Outer Banks / Manteo, North Carolina Offshore Fishing Charters

8 The Doghouse is a 61 foot, custom Carolina boat. We built the boat to be an inspected vessel, which means we can carry more than the standard 6 passengers. Our boat is inspected to carry 24 passengers for Outer Banks offshore fishing with large groups . We do not operate as a head boat, which means that we do not charge per person. The boat is yours for the duration of your charter. She is a United States Coast Guard Inspected Vessel with a 17 foot cockpit and a 17 foot salon, we have ample room for everyone.

The Doghouse has all the amenities of home. It is very spacious, and has ample room for our large groups. We have two central heat, and air condition units which keep you warm, or cold, depending on the season you fish with us. We have plenty of seating in the cockpit, on the bridge, and in the salon. The head (bathroom) is spacious, and has hot and cold running water, and a shower.

Corporate groups, large family groups, wedding parties, and groups of friends all utilize the services we provide.

The full day, offshore trip is offered year round. These trips are the ones we fish for marlin, tuna, dolphin (mahi-mahi), and wahoo. 

Full day offshore: $1,800.00
Additional passengers: $150.00/per after 6 customers
Half day inshore: $750.00
Additional passengers: $50.00/per after 6 customers
Deposit: $250.00

What to Bring
Food, drink, sunscreen, hat, and some layered clothing. Ice is provided, as well as all bait, and tackle.The fish you catch belong to you. Bring some extra empty coolers with you to store your catch. We will ice
8 it for you. If there is more than you can handle, please do not let it go to waste! The crew can accommodate any extra fish. There are many around our community who love fish, and would love to have some.

Outer Banks Fishing Charter Captain

Your captain, Britt Shackelford, was born and raised in Gloucester, Virginia, which is located on the Chesapeake Bay. His family has lived in the area for over 300 years and generations have been involved in the fishing industry. Fishing has been a part of Britt's life for as long as he can remember. Summer jobs always included the water.

If you have not fished with me before on an Outer Banks offshore fishing charter; I want to get to know you. The bridge is not off limits, so come on up. Don't miss the action in the cockpit, but take the time to come and introduce yourself. There is a completely different vantage point from the bridge. Make sure to give me your camera, or take some pictures from up top yourself.

Contact Capt. Britton to set up an Outer Banks Offshore Fishing Charter.