Hallelujah Charters
Serving the Outer Banks, Rodanthe,Waves,Salvo,Avon,Buxton,Frisco,Hatteras
Captain Doug Martin
Fishing out of Teach's Lair Marina

P.O. Box 305
Frisco, NC 27936
Home: (252) 995-5643
Marina: (252) 986-2460
Cell: (252) 475-0625

Fishing Report

What You'll Catch

Photo Gallery

About the Boat

About The Captain

Customer Testimonials

Book A Charter


Face Book Hallelujah Charters

Click Here to Visit Teach's Lair Marina

Click Here to Visit Frisco Rod & Gun

Click Here to Visit NC Wildlife

Click Here to See Latest NWS Marine Forecast

What to Bring
1. Food
2. Beverages
3. Sunscreen
4. Camera
5. Small Cooler
6. Jacket


New York, NY = 495 miles (10hrs)
Wash., DC = 340 miles (6.5hrs)
Richmond, VA = 240 miles (5hrs)
Rocky Mt., NC = 202 miles (4.5hrs)
Greenville, NC = 191 miles (4.5hrs)
Norfolk, VA = 130 miles (3hrs) *
Raleigh, NC = 255 miles (5.5hrs) *
Charleston, SC = 523 miles (10hrs)

* indicates nearest airports

Email the Captain

Mid April - Mid May
Red DrumBluefishJune 2, 2003FlounderGray Trout or Weakfish
You can expect to catch Big Red Drum, Bluefish, Flounder and Gray Trout.
Mid May - End of June
CobiaSpanish MackerelJuly 20, 2004BluefishFlounder
Big Red Drum start to fade out and Cobia & Spanish Mackerel come into view in addition to the Bluefish, Speckled Trout and Flounder already in the area. Smaller Red Drum replace the larger variety.
July through September
Gray Trout or WeakfishSpeckled TroutJuly 14, 2004BluefishFlounder
The hot months bring good numbers of Gray Trout, Speckled Trout, Bluefish, Flounder and Red Drum. The larger Red Drum show up in August,September.
Red Drum
October through November
Gray Trout or WeakfishSpeckled TroutFlounderBluefish
The fall months are plentiful with good sized Gray Trout, Speckled Trout, Flounder, Bluefish and Red Drum.
December through January

The winter is an exciting time for inshore fishing. Stripers, otherwise known as Rockfish, are heavy in the area. It is not unusual to catch an 18-30lb Rockfish!
Striper or RockfishStriper or RockfishStriper or Rockfish