Fishing Taxi Sportfishing is a father and son team that has over 60 years of combined experience on the Atlantic Ocean. The company is led by Captain Bob Sullivan, an experienced and knowledgeable angler.
They hail out of Wanchese Marina in Wanchese, North Carolina. It is a small fishing community with lots of captains, great spots to wet a line and battle fish.
Fishing Taxi Sportfishing offers a variety of trips to meet your specific needs. The packages range from short nearshore fishing excursions targeting Bluefish and Spanish Mackerel to full-day Gulf Stream marathons that offer you the chance to put your skills to the test and bring home heaps of fish.
All the gear and lures you will need are provided, so just come along and enjoy a great day on the water. Join the crew aboard the ‘Fishing Taxi, a 36’ Ray Hunt boat, designed specifically for the offshore grounds. She comes powered by a pair of 300 HP Cummins engines and has plenty of fishing and seating space for up to 6 anglers.
The Fishing Taxi is outfitted with electronics, modern technologies, and a range of quality fishing equipment. She features a flybridge and a huge deck area, and there is a toilet on board for your comfort. Everything is fully kitted out for sportfishing, with a fighting chair and outriggers installed to make your trip one to remember.All aboard!
The Sullivan team can’t wait for y’all to come to the Outer Banks and see what you can make a memory of!
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Ray Hunt (Offshore sport fishing) originally built in 1972. Powered by 2 315HP Cummins engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 22 knots.
Types of Fishing
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Wanchese Fishing Calendar
We had a very nice group from Delaware today. Turns out they've been all over the country catching different fish so I knew that I had my work cut out for me. Being a day of a 25 mile… Read Full Report →
Had a wonderful group from West Virginia today unfortunately Northeast winds were strong waves were hard and fishing was rough. After catching to Spanish Michael's on the first half of the trip we decided to move to the inside… Read Full Report →