Jump to content
Virginia Beach Sport Fishing

SPONSORS

Long Bay Pointe

Bait & Tackle

Fiberglass Repair

Long Bay Pointe

Marina 

Rudee Head Boats

Blogmaster

Admin
  • Content count

    2,067
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

1 Neutral

About Blogmaster

  • Rank
    Captain
  • Birthday 08/18/1961

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    http://www.imagesites.net
  • ICQ
    0
  • Yahoo
    whiteoakcreek

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  1. Virginia Sport Fishing Rundown

    The summer heat is becoming more bearable as summer winds down, and the fishing scene is transitioning as we move towards fall. Flounder action is up and down this week, but on the better days, anglers are finding enough keepers to hold their interest. Both live-baiters and drifters are finding their luck mostly in the … Continue reading » View the full VBSF report
  2. The longest-running surfing championship in the United States starts today when competitors in the 53rd annual Coastal Edge East Coast Surfing Championships hit the water at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront. There will be hundreds - maybe thousands - of familiar faces at what is arguably one of the country's biggest end-of-the-summer beach parties. But one face will be missing. View the full article
  3. The 32nd annual Pirates Cove Billfish Tournament is complete and the winner is ….. Sea I Sea with Capt. Rob Mahoney. Their 15 billfish was good enough for 1,500 points and the top spot, and a nice $127,700 paycheck! Uno Mas and Capt. Tommy Lynskey scored 1,100 points and won $89,220. Third place went to … Continue reading » View the full VBSF report
  4. VIRGINIA BEACHBright paint pellets in the mud and a distant popping noise hinted at frenetic activity beyond the animals quietly grazing at Hunt Club Farm.Some of the country's leading paintball players were in town from Aug. 7-9. It was the first time the National XBall League held a tournament in Virginia Beach. View the full article
  5. The fishing citations are updated once a week. View the full article
  6. SPANISH MACKEREL are Virginia and North Carolina summer visitors that anglers almost always can count on.They spend the summer months along the coast and in the tidal rips of inlets in good numbers.Caught on small spoons while trolling at a fast pace, they can provide good fights.When a good-sized school of them is located, casting spoons on light tackle can amplify the experience. View the full article
  7. Cape Verdes – It has been an excellent summer in the Cape Verdes. The 3rd Grander in the Islands and the 8th in the world comes from the Bibitonic. They were in a remote location and could not find a scale, so per the measurements this fish is conservatively 1,200 lbs. View the full article
  8. With all the talk this summer about sharks - sightings and attacks - Ken Neill wasn't going to be surprised by seeing a shark while fishing for marlin along the Norfolk Canyon.But when he saw the dark figure rise from the depths and cruise into his bait spread, surprise was about all he could feel. View the full article
  9. With all the talk this summer about sharks — sightings and attacks — Ken Neill wasn't going to be surprised by seeing a shark while fishing for marlin along the Norfolk Canyon.But when he saw the dark figure rise from the depths and cruise into his bait spread, surprise was about all he could feel. View the full article
  10. Saltwater Sport Fisherman Report

    Overall, fishing slowed down a bit over the past week. Everything is still being caught but just not as good as during the previous few weeks. Flounder fishing slowed up around the wrecks and at the CBBT. The great catch of Spanish mackerel along the oceanfront took a breather. The exception is cobia which continues … Continue reading » View the full VBSF report
  11. The Ocean City White Marlin Open is in the books and Virginia Beach’s Cheryl McLeskey and the crew of “Backlash” are this year’s big winner! Their 94-pound white marlin on Wednesday was good enough to hold on to the top fish in the tournament. Team Backlash didn’t fish the last two days because of rough … Continue reading » View the full VBSF report
  12. OCEAN CITY, MD.Waiting is always the hardest part.It took Cheryl McLeskey only 10 minutes to reel in a 94-pound white marlin Wednesday. But the hours that trickled by on Thursday and Friday were excruciating, as she and the team on the Backlash waited to see whether the fish she caught would hold on as the leader in the White Marlin Open.At stake was $1.1 million. View the full article
  13. OCEAN CITY, MD.Cheryl McLeskey and the team on the Backlash continue to lead the 42nd annual White Marlin Open with a 94-pound white marlin caught Wednesday.If the fish – the third largest ever caught during the Open – holds up after Friday’s final round of fishing, the team will win $1.114 million dollars. View the full article
  14. Cheryl McLeskey and the team on the Backlash continue to lead the 42nd annual White Marlin Open with a 94-pound white marlin caught Wednesday off Ocean City, Md.If the fish - the third-largest ever caught during the Open - holds up after today's final round of fishing, the team will win $1.1 million. View the full article
  15. Summer Flounder Catch and Landings Limits – 2016 Reductions Summary The most recent stock assessment update for summer flounder indicates that overfishing was occurring in 2014. These results appear to be largely driven by low recruitment—the stock experienced four below-average year classes in 2010-2013. While the 2014 year class appears to be average, this … Continue reading » View the full VBSF report
×