Wanchese Fish Species
Fish Season Calendar
Guide's Targeted Fish Species In February
How long does the mullet run last in Florida?
The mullet run in Florida is a spectacular natural phenomenon that typically occurs from late summer through early fall. This mesmerizing migration of mullet, a type of fish that is usually preyed upon by some of the most sought after fish species around including Redfish and Tarpon, usually begins around September and can extend into October. However, the exact timing of the mullet run can vary depending on factors like water temperature and weather conditions.
What kind of fish are in Wanchese?
Wanchese Inlet is teeming with a remarkable variety of fish species, making it a veritable angler's paradise. Whether you're an experienced angler or a novice looking for some exciting catches, the Inlet has something for everyone. From Tarpon and Redfish to Snook and Sheepshead this area really has it all!
What Fish are Biting In Wanchese?
The fishing scene in Wanchese offers a diverse range of species to target, depending on the season and your preferred style of fishing. Here are some of the popular fish that are often biting in Wanchese: Snook, Redfish, Tarpon, Trout, Mangrove Snapper, Cobia, Kingfish, Sheepshead, Flounder, Spanish Mackerel and more!
The availability of these fish species can vary depending on the time of year and the specific fishing conditions. To get the most up-to-date information on what's biting in Wanchese, check out our Wanchese fish species seasonality calendar!
A Outcast Fishing Charters OBX Fishing Charter targets the top Outer Banks Fish species including Greater Amberjack, Sheepshead, Cobia, Summer Flounder (also called FLuke), Common Dolphinfish (Also Called Mahi-Mahi), Redfish, Black Sea Bass, Blacktip Shark, Spanish Mackerel, Sea Trout, Grey Triggerfish & more. We primarily Fish the Atlantic Ocean, Roanoke Marsh.