Hot weather brings a whole different kind of fishing to saltwater anglers; most of it’s in the big water.

Species spotlight: yellowfin tuna

Yellowfin tuna are among the biggest in the tuna family, and the North Carolina and South Carolina state records were both caught in 1979. […]

Species spotlight: wahoo

Wahoo are prized fish among offshore anglers. They are among the fastest fish in the sea, are fun to catch, and are plenty tasty. […]

Cape Fear dolphin move closer to shore this month

In July, dolphin move in much closer to the beaches around the Cape Fear area, offering a treat for anglers who don’t venture out to the Gulf Stream this time of year. […]

Oregon Inlet is tuna central

Oregon Inlet anglers have access to some of the hottest tuna fishing found anywhere in the Carolinas. […]

Blackfin move closer to SC beaches in summer

Blackfin tuna are not quite as numerous in South Carolina’s offshore waters during the summer, but along with Mahi-mahi, they make up the majority of bluewater catches through the hotter months. […]

Dolphin: Nothing in the ocean grows faster

Many people think of the mammal when they hear the word “dolphin”, and about 20 to 30 years ago, restaurants began calling them by their Hawaiian name, Mahi Mahi, so diners wouldn’t be confused. […]

Tips for catching spadefish on nearshore reefs and wrecks

Carolina anglers are catching plenty of spadefish on the nearshore reefs and wrecks along the coast, and summer is the time to catch them. […]

Day of the dolphin

The dolphin bite is great off the coast of the Carolinas in June. Finding temperature breaks and having plenty of baits pre-rigged are keys to catching them this time of year. […]