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Piers of the Outer Banks: Avalon Pier

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Brothers John and Bryant Stephens have been coming to the Avalon Pier in Kill Devil Hills with their dad Hugh for thirty years. “It’s a quick two-day trip from Virginia,” John Stephens said. The trio catches mostly croaker and spot, and on a recent day they said, “We caught a twenty-four inch puppy drum!”

Residents and visitors have loved the Avalon Pier since it was built in 1958. According to bar manager Ashley Merritt, the pier lost 220 feet to Hurricane Dorian, making it

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