Rock Solid

About the Rock Solid

cobia fishing on the outer banks

The Rock Solid is a 27′ center console inboard diesel.  The power plant is a 315 Cummins diesel B series.  By choice, this was and has been the motor Capt Kelly has enjoyed for its simplicity and reliability.  It has a full tower to the washboards and a nice high elevated platform to accommodate his sight fishing addictions!  The Rock Solid also has a 8ft by 8ft hardtop with curtains to hide under in case of the random summer rain storm.  Live wells and a ginormous fish box/casting deck would make any meat hog happy when this is full.  A bottom machine and plotter are located both up on the tower and downstairs on the center console.  A VHF radio, fire extinguisher, life jackets, throw ring, an EPIRB or Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon used to alert search and rescue services in the event of an emergency (some boats unfortunately do not carry these), and flares help to ensure safety.  We are fully licensed by the United States Coast Guard, insured, and carry all necessary permits and blanket fishing licenses for the boat.

Rock Solid Fishing is a member of the Raymarine Prostaff and carries current, nice electronics.  We have Bluetooth Fusion Marine stereo for your listening enjoyment.  We are equipped with custom rods by Nick Walke and custom tackle by MeatHog fishing.  We are also a member of the Diawa Prostaff and we carry top of the line Saltiga Z and Saltists spinning reels.  When the fish of your life is on the line, the best equipment can’t help but lean the odds in your favor!

Capt Kelly tries to ensure your trip will be fun, memorable and best fishing under the conditions we are given.  No screaming here, just fun and enjoyable fishing!  Come by and see the catches from the Rock Solid daily, located at the world famous Oregon Inlet Fishing Center!

Where It’s Docked

The Rock Solid is docked at the Oregon Inlet Fishing Center in South Nags Head, North Carolina in slip #3, on the same side as the marina.

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