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hatteras, nc

(252)-305-2037

Come join Captain Justin Revere for your Adventure on the waters of Cape Hatteras North Carolina. The Adventure, a 25 foot Parker powered by twin 150 Yamaha four stroke motors for a quick and quiet ride. Fully equipped with a site fishing tower, the latest electronics and tackle, plus a bathroom for your convenience. This rig is capable of tackling any fishing that the Hatteras waters have to offer. We offer half-day charter, full-day charter, clamming, and custom excursions. We encourage anglers of all ages and experience. Families and children are welcome. Contact me today to book a trip!

The Fish

These are the main species that we catch.

 Ask me what my favorite fish to catch is and I'll say whatever's biting, but if I really had to say it would be the COBIA. We are often able to sight cast to these guys which is a real blast. The best sight fishing is May/June, but they are caught all through the summer by casting or bait fishing with chum.20 to 40 pounds is average but 50 to 80+ is not uncommon. Excellent eating, Firm white meat.

Ask me what my favorite fish to catch is and I'll say whatever's biting, but if I really had to say it would be the COBIA. We are often able to sight cast to these guys which is a real blast. The best sight fishing is May/June, but they are caught all through the summer by casting or bait fishing with chum.20 to 40 pounds is average but 50 to 80+ is not uncommon. Excellent eating, Firm white meat.

 RED DRUM..... Cape Hatteras is the red drum capital of the world. We catch the keeper sizes( 18-27 inches ) nearly all year. They are great to eat. The big ones, often 40 to 50 inches and 50 pounds or more are caught along the beaches and inlets spring and fall and in the sound during the summer months.

RED DRUM..... Cape Hatteras is the red drum capital of the world. We catch the keeper sizes( 18-27 inches ) nearly all year. They are great to eat. The big ones, often 40 to 50 inches and 50 pounds or more are caught along the beaches and inlets spring and fall and in the sound during the summer months.

 SPANISH MACKERAL are normally plentiful just off the beach in the summer. These guys are quite tasty and we can often troll up a mess of them while searching for cobia. Sometimes we can cast to them too.They run 1 to 4 pounds, sometimes a little bigger.

SPANISH MACKERAL are normally plentiful just off the beach in the summer. These guys are quite tasty and we can often troll up a mess of them while searching for cobia. Sometimes we can cast to them too.They run 1 to 4 pounds, sometimes a little bigger.

 BLUEFISH are a common inshore species frequently caught casting lures and also while trolling for spanish mackeral. 1 to 5 pounds but possibly up to 10 or more especially in spring or fall. The little guys are great fried.

BLUEFISH are a common inshore species frequently caught casting lures and also while trolling for spanish mackeral. 1 to 5 pounds but possibly up to 10 or more especially in spring or fall. The little guys are great fried.

 Tasty FLOUNDER are caught drifting around in the inlet area and commonly while casting for other species in the sound. Usually 1 to 5 pounds but possibly 10 or more. We also " gig" or spear them at night on the flats with lights.

Tasty FLOUNDER are caught drifting around in the inlet area and commonly while casting for other species in the sound. Usually 1 to 5 pounds but possibly 10 or more. We also " gig" or spear them at night on the flats with lights.

 SPECKLED TROUT are caught casting around the grassy flats of the sound. Usually 1 to 3 pounds, sometimes up to 8. Very good to eat.

SPECKLED TROUT are caught casting around the grassy flats of the sound. Usually 1 to 3 pounds, sometimes up to 8. Very good to eat.

 WHITING or SEA MULLET are a good eating bottom fish found around the beach and in the sound. 1/2 to 1 1/2 pounds.

WHITING or SEA MULLET are a good eating bottom fish found around the beach and in the sound. 1/2 to 1 1/2 pounds.

 SPOT are commonly caught around the beach and sound. 1/2 pound avg. Good to eat and great bait as well.

SPOT are commonly caught around the beach and sound. 1/2 pound avg. Good to eat and great bait as well.

 FALSE ALBACORE are a blast on light tackle and often lend themselves to being caught on fly tackle. 5 to 15 pounds, these guys are fun to catch. Great shark bait.

FALSE ALBACORE are a blast on light tackle and often lend themselves to being caught on fly tackle. 5 to 15 pounds, these guys are fun to catch. Great shark bait.

 Though often found offshore, KING MACKERAL are sometimes caught closer to the beach. They are a very exciting fish to catch and are great on the smoker.  They range from 10 to 50 pounds. Exiting livebait action in the fall.

Though often found offshore, KING MACKERAL are sometimes caught closer to the beach. They are a very exciting fish to catch and are great on the smoker.  They range from 10 to 50 pounds. Exiting livebait action in the fall.

 Usually 15 to 30 pounds, sometimes 50+, AMBERJACK are a serious fight. We catch lots of them around the wrecks on jigging tackle.

Usually 15 to 30 pounds, sometimes 50+, AMBERJACK are a serious fight. We catch lots of them around the wrecks on jigging tackle.

 Another wreck inhabitant, the BARRACUDA likes to attack the fish that you hook around the wreck.Watch out for those teeth!

Another wreck inhabitant, the BARRACUDA likes to attack the fish that you hook around the wreck.Watch out for those teeth!

 VERMILLION SNAPPER or B-LINERS are found around wrecks and bottom structure. 1 to 3 pounds. Great eating.

VERMILLION SNAPPER or B-LINERS are found around wrecks and bottom structure. 1 to 3 pounds. Great eating.

 TRIGGERFISH....another fish found around the wrecks and bottom structure.Great to eat.2 to 5 pounds.

TRIGGERFISH....another fish found around the wrecks and bottom structure.Great to eat.2 to 5 pounds.

 The WAHOO is an offshore speedster with crazy sharp teeth. They are often caught high speed trolling from one spot to another. This is some of the best eating there is and my favorite for sushi. Average 30 pounds.

The WAHOO is an offshore speedster with crazy sharp teeth. They are often caught high speed trolling from one spot to another. This is some of the best eating there is and my favorite for sushi. Average 30 pounds.

 MAHI MAHI, or DOLPHIN are plentiful in the offshore waters off of Cape Hatteras and often come in to within a few miles of the beach in the hot summer months.Excellent tablefare!

MAHI MAHI, or DOLPHIN are plentiful in the offshore waters off of Cape Hatteras and often come in to within a few miles of the beach in the hot summer months.Excellent tablefare!

 SAILFISH is an offshore species that often inhabits more nearshore waters.

SAILFISH is an offshore species that often inhabits more nearshore waters.