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 57956 NC-RT 12, Hatteras, NC

252-564-2220

captlee@HatterasAdventure.com 

All Photos on the HatterasAdventure.com website were taken by Lee Setkowsky or Merri Jamiesom, unless otherwise attributed.

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AMAZING MEMORIES

FRESH CLAMS

NEW FUN SKILLS

PHOTO OPPORTUNITIES

TASTY DINNER CATCH

Clam digging on the shoals of the Pamiclo Sound

Many people I know LOVE hard clams.  When visitors get here, they often go to Food Lion to buy some clams as a part of a seaside feast.  Why not catch them yourself, fresh from the sea?


Have you ever wondered where we get clams?  Do you remember treading for clams when you were a kid? 

 Hatteras has one of the most pristine clam shoals in North Carolina.  They are located in various places in the Pamlico Sound in very shallow water that is clear and clean, refreshed from the Hatteras Inlet.


We will take you to those spots and provide you with professional clam rakes and instruction on how to use them, most importantly WITHOUT breaking your back.  Lots of our friends just like to walk around and feel them with their feet!


While we are catching clams, you will also see wonderful creatures that live here.

 Waterfowl   --  Horseshoe Crabs  --  Blue Crabs  --  Conch  --  Bottlenose Dolphin       


While standing in shin deep water, you can see the Ocracoke Ferry plying the water back and forth from Hatteras.


The photo opportunities are priceless, and from unique angles.  STANDING IN THE MIDDLE OF THE PAMLICO SOUND!  Not really the middle but it feels like it.


We supply the transportation, clam rakes, baskets to hold your catch, ice and water  

don't forget your own containers to take your catch home !).

Bring lunch and  drinks if you like.  How about a picnic while standing in the Sound?


While clamming let Captain Lee tell you about Hatteras History, Fishermen, and Pirates.  Ask him about local ecology and the challenges.


DONT' FORGET YOUR CAMERA - THERE IS PLENTY OF DRY STORAGE ABOARD DAYBREAK II