Outer Banks Fish Species

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Common Outer Banks Fish Species Questions


What fish are at the Outer Banks?

The Outer Banks is home to a wide array of fish species, making it a prime destination for anglers. From the renowned red drum and speckled trout to flounder, Spanish mackerel, and bluefish, these abundant waters offer diverse opportunities for fishing enthusiasts. When you book a charter with Bonehead Charters, you'll have expert guidance in targeting and catching these various species, ensuring a thrilling and successful fishing excursion in the Outer Banks.


What bait to use in Outer Banks?

For the best fishing experience in the Outer Banks, it's recommended to consult experts like Captain Jones of Bonehead Charters. Depending on the season and targeted species, he can provide tailored advice on the most effective bait to use. Captain Jones' extensive knowledge of the local waters ensures that you're equipped with the right bait for a successful and enjoyable fishing excursion in the Outer Banks.


Are Spanish mackerel good to eat?

Absolutely! When you catch Spanish mackerel on a fishing adventure with experts like Captain Jones from Bonehead Charters, you're in for a treat. Known for their delicious flavor and firm texture, Spanish mackerel are excellent for the table.


A Bonehead Charters Fishing Charter targets the top Outer Banks Fish species including Bluefish, Cobia, King Mackerel (Kingfish), Little Tunny (False Albacore), Spanish Mackerel. We primarily Fish the Atlantic Ocean.