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September 2018 Update: As a result of Hurricane Florence, the end of Oceanana Pier which housed the Barnacle bar was lost to the storm. The owners say they will rebuild this area of the pier along with the bar.
Information: Phone Number: 252-726-4111 – One of two fishing piers on Bogue Banks (the other is in Emerald Isle). On-site motel and family resort with kids play area, swimming pool and public beach access (paid). Restaurant on-site serving breakfast from 6am till 11am and dinner till 11pm. People wishing to fish at this pier DO NOT have to purchase a NC fishing license.
Oceanana Pier Atlantic Beach NC Discussions
The Barnacle Bar is now located at the very end of the pier serving alcoholic drinks.
$15 per day rod and reel rental with deposit.
- Daily: $12 per adult, $6 for kids under 12 and fishing passes expire at 6am
- 3 day pass: $30
- 5 day pass: $50
- 7 day pass: $70
- Season pass: $300
Those staying at the family resort and motel receive complimentary fishing passes PRIOR to Memorial Day and AFTER Labor Day.
Category: Atlantic Beach NC places of interest
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What species of fish are most often caught from this location? What is the best time of year to fish for a specific type of fish? Do they allow shark fishing? What is the largest fish you have caught?
Does the pier house carry live bait or other types of bait? Do they carry lures and fishing line? Are there facilities to clean your catch?
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What types of foods do they serve in the restaurant? Does the kids arcade still exist? What do you think about the bar at the end of the pier?
Is there good lighting and comfortable places to sit while fishing?
What is the largest speckled trout, bluefish, redfish, flounder, spot, or other species you have caught?
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