The baddest fish in the ocean, weighing up to 1200lbs and swimming up to 40 MPH catching and landing one of these monsters is one of the most challenging, frustrating and rewarding journey an angler can take. the season is open June 1st and runs well into October
an Anadromous Species that migrates up and down the east coast. growing up to 80 lbs our average fish is about 12-20 lbs. arriving in early May they tend to stick around till late fall but can become quite elusive in the doldrums of summer
A fun, ferocious and TASTY species! Black Seabass Tend to arrive in hordes around mid May. with a moderate bag limit its a favorite among "meat fishermen" who want to end their trip with a tasty reward. Scup, or Porgy is a bonus species that is often caught along with Black Bass.
A grumpy, reclusive underwater cave dweller. pound for pound the hardest fighting fish in the ocean. also very very tasty! spring and fall bag limit is 3 per angler, late fall is 5. we fish mid April-mid may, and September on.
Messy and Mean! these predators prey on small baitfish and shrimp. catching them is a fun and messy task since their #1 defense is to squirt a cloud of ink to confuse their attacker. Great to freeze whole, as they can be thawed and cleaned after freezing. typically they show up in late April and stay till mid May.