The Outer Banks is a series of narrow barrier islands that run over a 100 miles along the North Carolina’s Atlantic coast.
Directions & Map
From the north – follow most major highways to Southeast Virginia. Once in Chesapeake Virginia – follow Routes 64/664 to Route 168 south. This is a Toll Road. Once in North Carolina, follow Route 168 south as it merges into Route 158 in Currituck County. Continue south on Route 158 into the Outer Banks after crossing the Wright Memorial Bridge.
From the west or south – from North Carolina Interstate Route 95 follow Highway 64 east from Rocky Mount to Columbia and enter into the Outer Banks near Manteo over the Virginia Dare Bridge.
Once on the Outer Banks, follow the various maps for specific angling locations.