If you are looking for a charter, let Captain Chris Medlin arrange one for you. The friendly, professional staff at East Coast Sports can also help you select the best bait and tackle for either inshore or offshore fishing. East Coast has a full line of sports clothing, including Columbia, Sperry,...more about East Coast Sports
Fine tackle and custom rods make dreams of hooking prize fish come true. With more than 50 years of combined fishing experience in eastern North Carolina fresh and salt waters, this crew of expert anglers knows what it takes to catch fish. From casting to spinning, trolling and bottom fishing, they...more about Drift Brothers Tackle and Custom Rods
Built in the style of a coastal fishing village and centrally located in Surf City, the Village is home to East Coast Sports, Island Outfitters, On Shore Surf Shop and the boating store. The Fishing Village offers one-stop shopping for everything you need to fish, surf or just hang at the beach. You'll...more about The Fishing Village and East Coast Sports
Greg's Outboard Center is an authorized dealer of both SeaArk and Blue Wave boats. Known for their durability and versatility, SeaArks and Blue Waves are great for fishing, recreation and traversing the area's shallow waterways. Look for expert boat and motor repairs, as well as marine supplies and equipment. Boat storage...more about Greg's Outboard Center
There are three public boat ramps on Topsail Island. In North Topsail Beach, there is a boat ramp at the end of Shrimp Lady Lane under the high-rise bridge. The ramp is free, and there is plenty of parking. Surf City's public boat ramps are located at Soundside Park, 517 Roland Avenue (near the swing bridge). The Town of Topsail Beach, on the south end of the island, also has a boat ramp offering access to the Intracoastal. The ramp, also known as Buch Marina, is located on South Anderson Boulevard just past Town Hall in downtown Topsail Beach and is set up as a self-pay, self-use ramp.