Hunting in Currituck, North Carolina
Whether you enjoy the opportunity to commune with nature or to hone your survival instincts, if you are a hunting enthusiast you should consider testing your skills in Currituck County. Though we are known primarily for our secluded beaches, bountiful fishing, and majestic wild mustangs, this corner of the Outer Banks offers hunters a chance to take advantage of the season to track down wild game.
To hunt in Currituck County, you will need a North Carolina hunting license with the appropriate stamps for the game you wish to hunt. Specific game may require special licenses, so it is recommended to contact a hunting and outfitting shop for more information.
Outfitters & Guides
Barnes Hunting Lodge
- Caters to hunting parties up to 10 people (limited of two persons per blind) and provides home-cooked meals and accommodations. Call 252-429-3163
Fourth Generation Outfitters
- Specializes in guided hunts and gear. Call 252-453-8243 or 252-619-2880
For Hunting Season Dates and Bag Limits please visit the NC Resource Commission Website
In designated areas during their respective seasons, the following game may be hunted in Currituck:
To download a leaflet on hunting in the area visit the Currituck National Wildlife Refuge website
. Additional information on hunting in the Currituck Sound can be obtained at the North Carolina Waterfowl Association.