Taylor (left) and Bratten McMullan now dig spade fish. The two, 10 and 5 respectively, were en route offshore fishing this week with their dad, Brant, when they came across a school of spades. They decided to fish for them instead. After netting jellyfish to cut for bait, the party caught these and several others of the hard-fighting, tasty species. Brant is a charter boat skipper and his family operates Ocean Isle Fishing Center.
Taylor (left) and Bratten McMullan now dig spade fish. The two, 10 and 5 respectively, were en route offshore fishing this week with their dad, Brant, when they came across a school of spades. They decided to fish for them instead. After netting jellyfish to cut for bait, the party caught these and several others of the hard-fighting, tasty species. Brant is a charter boat skipper and his family operates Ocean Isle Fishing Center. Photo courtesy Brant McMullan
Taylor (left) and Bratten McMullan now dig spade fish. The two, 10 and 5 respectively, were en route offshore fishing this week with their dad, Brant, when they came across a school of spades. They decided to fish for them instead. After netting jellyfish to cut for bait, the party caught these and several others of the hard-fighting, tasty species. Brant is a charter boat skipper and his family operates Ocean Isle Fishing Center. Photo courtesy Brant McMullan

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