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Doghouse sport fishing is one of the top boats for outer banks fishing charters out of the Oregon inlet. The Doghouse is a 61 foot, custom Carolina boat. My wife and I were the contractors, and we have included some pictures of the boat being built. It was a 17 month labor of love. 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. 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. We are certified to carry 24 passengers and with a 17 foot cockpit and a 17 foot salon, we have ample room for everyone.
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For deep sea fishing outer banks the boat 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. All the trim, bartops, and seat backs are hand-picked mahogany. In a nutshell, the boat is one of the cleanest, most comfortable, rides your hard-earned dollars can charter. The boat is big, extremely well-built, and has all of the comforts of home. The boat has twin motors, the latest in technology, and the best tackle money can buy. Corporate groups, large family groups, wedding parties, and groups of friends all utilize the services we provide. Come join us for a great day of outer banks charter fishing.
1 day ago by Doghouse Sportfishing on the Outer Banks of NCShe isn't done, but she is up. My daughter's new box, and it took all the King's horses, and all the King's men to get it up. My posse, Austin, his friend, Little Vic. A long way from anywhere, and it didn't look like it was going to happen. She better burn some powder. Halfway there, and not quite two weeks to get it done. Nothing like a deadline.12 hours ago Ken Mann
Stay down their locked up. I'll take em!1 day ago Robert Endrzejewski
In jersey flat bottom boats cover with saw grass can't use stands like that1 day ago Robert Endrzejewski
What is that used for1 day ago Nicole Johnson Britt
What is it for? I'm not familiar with them. Awesome job, though!1 day ago Rick Nunnally
Outstanding !!1 day ago Robbie Kellum
Get me buddy.1 day ago Keith Boyd
That thing needs some cross braces1 day ago Miles Brandon Mauger
Where's this one? Gull shoal?1 day ago Kevin Eller
Do y'all have to take them down at the end of the season. I know some states do. Va does in certain places
4 days ago by Doghouse Sportfishing on the Outer Banks of NCAnd it is a commercial man's fault?4 days ago Sharon Holmes Radford
What kind of birds are those?4 days ago Kevin Briggs
They are what I call the devil bird. Most evil bird I've ever seen4 days ago Daniel Brooks
Dam,some high brass would do the trick.4 days ago Kevin Eller
They must not migrate to far the Potomac River and Chesapeake are full of them year round. Buzzard of the sea4 days ago Doghouse Sportfishing on the Outer Banks of NC
They don't like fatbacks, Jake. Their preferred diet are trout, seamullet, spot, etc..... juvenile fish. How many metric tons of potentially harvestable fish do they consume a year? The kicker is that they are not an indigenous bird. The USFWS rounds up Canadian geese, and gases them, but they don't want to open a season on cormorants because they are "migratory". Cormorants and horn dogs are about as useful as a coyote. Vermin.4 days ago Jake Worthington
Don't ask how I know. But I've seen one jam full of six inch gray trout.4 days ago Kevin Eller
It is a shame what is protected and what's not I hate them birds4 days ago Rick Nunnally
Education is key. Thank you for sharing. Good luck with the fish and the ducks !!4 days ago Bryan Secrest
They finally gave them a month to shoot them at santee cooper a couple of years ago looks like yall need a month of open season 9n them to4 days ago James Daughtrey
Probably great crab pot bait.
5 days ago by Doghouse Sportfishing on the Outer Banks of NCWe need stock in a one plantation.3 days ago Aaron Mittelbuscher
Looks great! What is the majority of your bag?4 days ago Mike Clark
Looks sweet!!!4 days ago Ed Flynn
Bring on the cold weather!4 days ago Miles Brandon Mauger
That's bout all we have in se va...pine tree mecca5 days ago Mike Swindell
Looks great !5 days ago Doghouse Sportfishing on the Outer Banks of NC
That would be a pine plantation.5 days ago Mark Holloman
Brushed up!5 days ago Tanner Dulin
Y'all got a jag pine on her. Looks really good.
6 days ago by Doghouse Sportfishing on the Outer Banks of NCWork, work, work. The Book of Life says it's man's lot in life. Glad I'm not scared of it. One more, ready for paint.5 days ago Joe Hughes
Lol I actually made a couple real ones back in my cabinet making days. Both are down there now.5 days ago Ed Flynn
No hunting in Surry for you this year? May be bad news for the property that surrounds us, next door to your friends house.6 days ago Doghouse Sportfishing on the Outer Banks of NC
I have the 17th,20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, and 26th of December left. I have the 2nd, and 26th left in January. About full, Jayson Pridgen.6 days ago Bill Daughtry
My son and I are stoked!6 days ago Jayson Pridgen
What do y'all kill??6 days ago Jayson Pridgen
What ya charge me to come up an duck hunt for a weekend??
1 week ago by Doghouse Sportfishing on the Outer Banks of NCMathew has made plenty of work for us. One more, ready for bushes. The posse was getting it done today.1 week ago Jay Todd Lucas
Ben-Ally Askew1 week ago Jason Seely
Gonna need a lot of bushes for that one!1 week ago James Hasty
know your pain1 week ago Ray Massengill
Condo blind1 week ago Matthew Hougan
Aaron Dynes1 week ago Paul Holzheimer
Matthew Hougan1 week ago Christopher Gardner
Joshua Rhodes Taylor Roberts1 week ago Josh Agnew
Jachob Brooks1 week ago Miles Brandon Mauger
You could swan dive off that sucker!1 week ago Kevin Eller
Looks good was hope to book a hunt with you however like fishing gotta pay the tax man unexpectedly
The physical address of the boat is: 708 Harbor Road, Wanchese, N.C. 27981. We are located in slip number 13. Click here for a map that will get you within 50 feet of the boat.
PO Box 267
Wanchese NC 27981
708 Harbor Road. #13
Wanchese NC 27981