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Jabez Charters is located at Toler's Cove Marina a full service marina complete with ship store.

The marina's physical address is:

Jabez Charters
1610 Ben Sawyer Blvd
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

Once you have gotten to the security gate at Toler's Cove, you will need to enter the gate code #5725.
Proceed through the gate.
Go straight once you enter.
Continue straight through the stop sign.
After the stop sign, the road will turn left; at this point you will be able to
turn into a loading/unloading area on your right.
Pull in there and the boat will be stright in front of you.
The crew will then help you get your stuff onto the boat and instruct you where to park.

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Description: The Greater Amberjack has a dark stripe (variably present) which extends from nose to in front of dorsal fin and "lights up" when fish is in feeding mode; no scutes; soft dorsal base less than twice the length of the anal fin base.
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Description: The body of the Atlantic Bonito is typical tunny in shape, with numerous (up to 10) stripes on the back. No belly markings. The dorsal stripes are oblique with a large angle.
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Description: A flashy and aggressive fighter, the Barracuda is often called the Tiger of the Sea. The preferred habitat is high-profile bottom such as reefs and wrecks. Barracuda are pike-like fishes, elongated and slender with long jaws and protruding, razor-sharp teeth. The body is colored silver overall, with dark green to gray along the back. Blotches on the lower sides are variable in number, size, and position. The species reaches a length of 6 feet and a weight slightly greater than 100 pounds. In the more southern part of the range, the flesh, particularly of larger fish, is considered toxic, being associated with fish poisoning, or ciguatera.
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Description: The body of the yellowfin tuna tapers at both ends (cigar-shaped), and the head is conical. The color is dark brownish blue to dark yellow on the back becoming gray or whitish below. Identifying tunas can be difficult, especially when yellowfin and bigeye tuna are involved. In most cases, the length of the pectoral fins can distinguish each species. The yellowfin has pectoral fins which do not extend past the anal fin; while in bigeye, the pectoral fins extend well past the anal fin. Tuna which cannot be distinguished by external characteristics can be positively identified by liver characteristics. The surface of a yellowfin's liver is smooth while the liver of the bigeye is striated, containing many with small blood vessels along the trailing edge.
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Description: The Blackfin Tuna is one of the smaller tunas, averaging about 10 pounds with a maximum weight.
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Description: The Dolphin is bright greenish blue above, yellow on sides, with capability of flashing purple, chartreuse, and a wide range of other colors; body tapers sharply from head to tail; irregular blue or golden blotches scattered over sides; anterior profile of head on adult males is nearly vertical; head of females more sloping; the single dark dorsal fin extends from just behind the head to the tail; anal fin margin concave and extending from anus to tail.
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Description: The color of the Sailfish is dark blue on top, brown-blue laterally, silvery white underbelly; upper jaw elongated in form of spear; first dorsal greatly enlarged in the form of a sail, with many black spots, its front squared off, highest at its midpoint; pelvic fins very narrow, reaching almost to the anus; body covered with embedded scales, blunt at end; lateral line curved above pectoral, then straight to base of tail.
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Description: The color of the Blue Marlin is cobalt blue on top shading to silvery white on bottom; upper jaw elongated in form of spear; dorsal fin pointed at front end; pectoral fin and anal fin pointed; lateral line reticulated (interwoven like a net), difficult to see in large specimens; no dark spots on dorsal fin; body covered with embedded scales ending in one or two sharp points.
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Description: The color of the body of the White Marlin is dark blue to chocolate brown, shading to silvery white underbelly; noticeable spots on dorsal fin; upper jaw elongated in shape of spear; body covered with embedded scales with a single sharp point; tips of first dorsal, pectoral, and first anal fins rounded; lateral line curved above pectoral fin, then going in straight line to base of tail.
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Description: The color of the back of the King Mackeral is iridescent bluish green; sides silvery, streamlined body with tapered head; no black pigment on front of dorsal fin; lateral line starts high and drops sharply below the second dorsal fin; young fish often have yellow spots like those of the Spanish mackeral.
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Description: The Wahoo is a long slender-bodied fish with long, heavily toothed jaws that form a beaklike snout. It is a predatory fish and it's flat-sided razor-sharp teeth allow it to rip into schools of squid and baitfish.
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