Captain Vic Berg


4740 Elm Ct.

Kitty Hawk, NC 27949





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North Carolina’s Outer Banks are truly an outdoorsman’s paradise.  Very often there are so many excellent outdoor opportunities that deciding which to select can be a challenge.  This is especially so when it comes to waterfowling in this beautiful expansive area.  Foremost of what we offer is variety.  Puddlers, divers, snow geese, swans or brant can be targeted on any given day. The guide service harvests 23 to 27 species of waterfowl per season.  Typically a bag of 10 ducks will contain 7 different species!  Hunting in this area is sure to yield a diverse harvest and a unique waterfowling experience.

Outer Banks Waterfowl is centered in the Oregon Inlet area and boasts unparalleled puddle duck opportunities.  Situated between Bodie Island refuge to the north with Pea Island refuge to the south, our blinds have proven over the past 30 years to be some of the finest and most consistent in the country.


For swan hunts, a special North Carolina swan permit is required.   Visit follow link at left to hunting and trapping, then follow link to permit opportunities (on right side of page), then open tundra swan permit application.  There is a $10.00 fee to apply and the deadline is Oct. 1.

or you can call







 *** Camouflage clothing that will range from cool to cold rainy weather.

***Chest waders.

***Coolers to transport waterfowl home.

***Guns and ammo.  Steel shot is more cost effective and we recommend #1 shot.  In bismuth  we recommend #2 shot and tungsten either #2 or #4 shot.

***Trained dogs are welcome but require advance notification.



 We are back at the SEA RANCH!

It is an ocean front hotel with an indoor

swimming pool, on site restaurant and is located in Kill Devil Hills.


Their rates are $40.00/room.





$200.00 per person covers blind, decoys,  guide and retriever for the day.  We require a $100.00 deposit/hunter.   Advance deposits are applied to the last day of your hunting period.  Deposits are refundable up to thirty days prior to your hunt.  Balance of entire hunt is due upon arrival.




Vic will book your room for you with the deposit you send him, with the balance due on arrival at the hotel.  Should you need to contact them directly for special accommodations or any other information,  you can do so at: 252-441-7126.

                                                                                 Aerial view of our marsh at Oregon Inlet  




RALEIGH, N.C. (Aug. 30)— The N.C Wildlife Resources Commission has set season dates, bag limits and applicable regulations for the 2013-14 waterfowl and extended falconry seasons.

Beginning Sept. 1, hunters can apply for permit waterfowl hunts online or by visiting a Wildlife Service Agent, or calling 888-248-6834, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Application deadline for the majority of waterfowl permit hunts is Oct. 1.

Information on all late-season waterfowl permit hunting opportunities, including locations,dates and quotas, will be available on the agency’s website, Sept. 1. 

The following are the 2013-14 bag limits, shooting hours and season dates for waterfowl seasons occurring after Sept. 30. Possession limits are three times the daily bag unless otherwise noted.


a)      Conventional bag: 6 ducks with no more than 4scoters, 4 mallards with no more than 2 hen mallards, 3 wood ducks, 2 scaup, 2redheads, 2 pintails, 2 canvasbacks, 1 black or mottled duck (season closed until Nov. 23), or 1 fulvous whistling duck. The season on harlequin ducks is closed. 

b)      Coots and Mergansers: 15 coots and 5 mergansers (2 hooded mergansers)

c)      Light Geese: 25 light geese (includes snow, blue and Ross’ geese), no possession limit;

d)     Dark Geese (includes Canada geese and White-fronted geese): 5 in the Resident Hunt Zone, 5 in the Southern James Bay Hunt Zone, and 1 in the Northeast Hunt Zone. 

e)      Sea Ducks (includes scoters, eiders and long-tailed ducks): 7 sea ducks in special sea duck area only. In other areas, sea ducks are part of the regular duck bag limit; no more than 4 scoters a day may be taken in either the special sea duck season or the regular duck season;

f)       Atlantic Brant: 2 birds daily

g)      Tundra Swan: 1 per season (with valid permit)

SHOOTING HOURS:         One-half hour before sunrise to sunset.


Ducks, Coots and Mergansers

Oct. 2-5,
Nov. 9 – Nov. 30 and
Dec. 14 – Jan. 25
[Black and mottled ducks closed until Nov. 23]

Sea Ducks (In special sea duck area only)

Oct. 2 – Jan. 31

Dark Geese (Includes Canada geese and white-fronted geese)  To view a map of the goose hunt zones, refer to the Regulations Digest or online.

Resident Population Hunt Zone:  Oct. 2-12, Nov. 9 – Nov. 30 and Dec. 14 – Feb. 8

Southern James Bay Hunt Zone (Gaddy Goose Refuge closed after Sept. 30):  Oct. 2 – Oct. 30 and Nov. 9 – Dec. 31.

Northeast Hunt Zone:  Jan. 10– Jan. 25 (By permit only)

Light Geese (Includes snow and blue geese, and Ross’ geese)

Oct. 16 – Oct. 19

Nov. 9 – March 8

Electronic calls and unplugged guns are allowed from Feb. 10 – March 8


Dec. 23 – Jan. 25

Tundra Swan

Nov. 9 – Jan. 31
(1 per season by permit only; 5,000 will be issued.)

Youth Waterfowl Days (includes ducks, geese, brant, mergansers, coots and tundra swans.) The youth must have a valid permit to  hunt  tundra swans  and Canada geese (NE Hunt Zone only).

Feb. 1 and Feb. 8

Youth must be 15 years of age or younger and accompanied by a properly licensed adult. The adult cannot duck hunt but may participate in other seasons that are open on youth waterfowl days.




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