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 fish are local to Outer Banks NC?

The Outer Banks, North Carolina, boasts a rich and varied fishery, with numerous local species drawing anglers from around the world. Some of the prominent fish species found in these waters include red drum, striped bass, speckled trout, flounder, Spanish mackerel, and bluefish. When you choose to fish with Bonehead Charters, you'll have the opportunity to target these local favorites and experience the thrill of catching them in the bountiful waters of the Outer Banks.

What seafood is native to the Outer Banks?

The Outer Banks is blessed with an abundance of native seafood, thanks to its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean and various sound waters. Some of the delectable seafood native to the Outer Banks includes blue crabs, oysters, clams, shrimp, and a variety of fish species. When you embark on a charter with Bonehead Charters, you not only have the chance to catch these local treasures but also savor their freshness in the region's cuisine, offering a complete coastal culinary experience.

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.