Currituck is an Algonquin Indian word that means “the land of the wild goose,” and many outdoorsmen have discovered it’s not a fairy tale, but rather, the stuff of legend. Located on the Atlantic Flyway, and surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and the Currituck Sound, Currituck is renowned for its exceptional hunting and dense population of waterfowl. Miles of unspoiled natural habitat, waters, marshes, and woods await you in Currituck County, NC.
Legendary Fowling Still – Currituck County
Stretching 35 miles north to south and three to eight miles wide, waterfowls have been drawn to these rich northeastern North Carolina waters for more than two centuries, and many still journey to this legendary area where the Wright brothers made their first attempt to join birds in flight.
American Waterfowler (June/July 2022)
Explore the Hunting History and Heritage of Currituck County
Knapp’s Island: A duck hunter travels to the spiritual home of Ducks Unlimited and uncovers the story of a man who cared as deeply about a small rural community as he did about North America’s waterfowl.
Ducks Unlimited (Sept/Oct 2021)
Find Your Guide!
Fourth Generation Outfitters / Aaron Mathews – 252.619.2880
Offering guided hunts for deer, ducks, geese, and swans.