Hard-Hitting Hoos

The biggest wahoo caught off Cape Fear typically show up in cooler months of fall and winter.

From Southport to Little River, boats can find plenty of action from powerful wahoo over the next few months.

It would be hard to imagine what the bluewater fishery along the coast between Cape Fear and the Grand Strand would look like without the vicious striped cousin of the king mackerel.

It has been years since the area has produced any notable catches of yellowfin tuna. Dolphin and billfish do visit each year, but typically only for a few months at a time.

Thankfully, the wicked wahoo is there to pick up the slack — and they do that and more, especially in the fall.Click here to read more on Hard-Hitting Hoos

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