Cobia Lovers


If you have fished for cobia in the inshore waters of Beaufort County or the nearby artificial reefs, please fill out this survey. The results will be shared with SCDNR and the South Atlantic Fisheries Management Council.

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Capt. Larry Teuton
Cracker Built Custom Boats

“Ships are the nearest things to dreams that hands have ever made.” -Robert N. Rose

Done. Thank you

Sea Hunt BX22 Br
WS Tarpon 140

Completed and shared


Wishing all of you tight lines and screaming drags.
17 Ft Seastrike 90 Yammie

Smells like a trap

I don’t think it is a trap. What happened to the hard head catfish. No one cares but the idea is fish in the ocean are not endless.

From what I learned at BFDC, the state Gov. is well along on some kind of needed legislation. This effort is to get the
FEDS. on board. Something has to be done. The stock is in decline.

19ft. Carolina Skiff
w/115hp Yamaha 4stroke
27ft. Contender
w/twin 225hp Yamaha 4stroke

Done. I didnt see very many caught on my trips this year.

Mark Ingle
NauticStar 1810 Merc 90



‘90 Maverick 18.5’ Master Angler/'03 Evinrude 150
'14 Hydra Sports 3400/ 2 350 Yammys

Coach, I’ve only been fishing twice this year inshore and have caught 5-6 hardheads. I haven’t caught any in years.
I agree that the inshore cobia fishery is way overfished. But I hope that the healthy offshore population doesn’t get restricted. Dnr has reiterated over and over that they are distinct different DNA fish.



Sea Hunt BX 21
150 Yamaha


1900 key west sportsman 150 suzuki 4 st