Category: outdoors

Brian Klauser slices through the water. Photo by Drew McKenzie.

The Outer Banks – Kiteboarding Mecca

By Chris Moore –  Kiteboarding, a synergy of wind and water forces, takes harnessing the wind to the extreme. Once you experience the rush of kiteboarding, you will never be the same! Kiteboarding can...

A Jewel of an Island

By Kip Tabb –  Photos by CHELLEshots, Michelle Conner –   From there, the distance to Monkey Island is four miles, and the ride normally took about twenty minutes. We saw large rafts of...

Spring Fishing on the Outer Banks

By Mattie Dalia –  Yeah buddy! Warm weather time means time to get fishing. As the air and (more importantly) water temperatures start rising, so do the odds of getting hooked up. Dust off...

Legends in the Dark

By Jesse Fernandez –  “Legends in the Dark” was a name given to an 8′ 6” mini-noserider that I built in January of this year. I don’t usually give names to boards that I...

Winter Fishing on the Outer Banks

By Mattie Dalia – Brr! Winters on the Outer Banks can be cold… and wet and windy. But—there is still good fishing to be had for the hardy and fish hungry. First a fall...

Surfing Ambassador

By Jesse Fernandez –  Women’s professional surfing has grown by leaps and bounds in the last few years, with a level of athleticism that has been closing the gap on the men, while still...

Outer Banks Hunting

By Vic Berg –    Way back in 1977 my family permanently settled on the “Banks” after my dad retired from his post as an officer and Chaplain for the U.S. Naval Forces. Not...