Outer Banks Fish Species
Fish Season Calendar
Guide's Targeted Fish Species In September
Is the Outer Banks saltwater or freshwater?
The Outer Banks is a chain of barrier islands located off the coast of North Carolina, and it is primarily composed of saltwater. As an experienced fishing guide and charter captain in Outer Banks, Captain Lance Luke is intimately familiar with the local waters and the types of fish that inhabit them.
What kind of fish are in OBX?
There are a variety of fish species in OBX, depending on the season and location. Some of the common fish species include cobia, redfish, sheepshead, sea trout, flounder, striped bass, speckled trout, and bluefish, among others. Captain Lance can help you target and catch a wide range of fish during your fishing trip, ensuring a memorable experience on the waters of the Outer Banks.
Why are there so many jellyfish in OBX?
The abundance of jellyfish in the waters of OBX is primarily due to natural environmental factors such as water temperature, salinity levels, and currents. So, if you want to avoid getting stung by jellyfish during your next fishing trip with Captain Lance, be sure to ask him for some tips and tricks on how to stay clear of these slimy creatures. Who knows, he might even have a few fun stories to share about his own encounters with jellyfish out on the water!
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.