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Our Carolina Beach Crabbing Trips are done on the nearby bays and channels that surround our area with a “trot line” baited with “Chicken Necks” or fish heads!  We also use individual baits tied onto separate weighted lines we cast into the waters where we let the bait soak for a short while and then retrieve the line slowly and use a dip net to scoop our crabs!  You gotta be quick with the Scoop!…and that’s half the fun! Kids love wading the shallows and pulling the lines in hopes of catching the “Biggun!” Boiling these crabs up is some great eating too! We can provide information on how to cook and prepare your crabs for a wonderful meal!

Rewarding, fun, and family oriented, this Carolina Beach Crabbing Adventure is fun and a perfect day for one and all! 

Call (910) 262-3474 For More Info!

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Mike, Michelle, and “Wrigley” enjoyed the first trip of our 2024 season yesterday in some fantastic February weather on a nice ride with some island hopping thrown in for good measure! Everyone is smiling, even Wrigley! ... See MoreSee Less

Mike, Michelle, and “Wrigley” enjoyed the first trip of our 2024 season yesterday in some fantastic February weather on a nice ride with some island hopping thrown in for good measure! Everyone is smiling, even Wrigley!Image attachmentImage attachment

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We need to bring Molly for a boat ride!

I'm sure they had a blast with you !

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Shark Tooth Facts

Sharks produce 20,000-25,000 teeth over their lifetime.
Shark teeth don’t have roots, so they fall out easily while the shark is eating.
Sharks typically lose at least one tooth per week.
Shark teeth are arranged in conveyor belt rows and can be replaced within a day.
Most sharks have five rows of teeth; the bull shark has fifty rows of teeth.
Baby sharks (pups) are born with a complete set of teeth.
Shark teeth sizes can range from 1/8" – 3.5"or more.

1" of the mighty Megladon's tooth represents 10 feet of the actual length of the prehistoric shark.
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Shark Tooth Facts

Sharks produce 20,000-25,000 teeth over their lifetime.
Shark teeth don’t have roots, so they fall out easily while the shark is eating.
Sharks typically lose at least one tooth per week.
Shark teeth are arranged in conveyor belt rows and can be replaced within a day.
Most sharks have five rows of teeth; the bull shark has fifty rows of teeth.
Baby sharks (pups) are born with a complete set of teeth.
Shark teeth sizes can range from 1/8 – 3.5or more.

1 of the mighty Megladons tooth represents 10 feet of the actual length of the prehistoric shark.
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