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    We are located at Rudee Inlet, Virginia Beach

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    We have three fishing boats: Custom built 87 ft head boat, custom built 75 ft. headboat, custom built 80 ft Monihull
  1. I was hoping to arrange a charter for a 24 hr or 36 hr trip. Please contact me at 973-818-8810. My name is Angelo Ruvio

  2. Rudee Angler is still running Deep Drop Trips. We apologize for the lack of reports. Our latest trip was last Saturday, May 28th. We had an excellent catch of Sea Bass, Blueline Tilefish, and Black Belly Rosefish. We have also had some Wreck fish, Grouper, and Golden Tilefish mixed in. Because of the great fishing we have added two more 16 hour trips to our schedule, Saturday, June 4th and Saturday, June 11th. We start our summer 12 hour trips on Thursday, June 16th. The 12 hour trips will run every Thursday thru the summer. Attached thumbnail(s)
  3. The Rudee Angler is still running Deep Drop Trips. We apologize for the lack of reports. Our latest trip was last Saturday, May 28th. We had an excellent catch of Sea Bass, Blueline Tilefish, and Black Belly Rosefish. We have also had some Wreck fish, Grouper, and Golden Tilefish mixed in. Because of the great fishing we have added two more 16 hour trips to our schedule, Saturday, June 4th and Saturday, June 11th. We start our summer 12 hour trips on Thursday, June 16th. The 12 hour trips will run every Thursday thru the summer. Attached thumbnail(s)
  4. Finally.......A pretty day!! With a beautiful forecast and a boat load of cabin fever, the Rudee Angler finally made it out to deep dropping territory! And the fish came through, too! The word for the day was BIG BLUELINES. With limits of tilefish filled, we then headed to the deep where we also caught lots of nice black belly rosefish and barrel fish. We ended the day with 28 citation tilefish, with the biggest pushing 16 lbs. We will be running our 16 hour trips every Saturday through April.
  5. We had a breeze from the northeast about 20 mph. With the weather man promising it would calm as the day went on, the Rudee Angler and the Rudee Whaler headed offshore Saturday morning. We stopped on a couple of wrecks to start the day catching a few sea bass then headed off to the canyon to look for the tiles. The water temperature was still a little chilly at 48 degrees. The first few stops fishing was slow with a lot of sharks. As the day progressed the fishing and the weather shaped up very nicely! Tile fishing ended up good with a few limits and some nice see bass mixed in. We also had a snowy grouper to show for our efforts. We registered 15 citation tiles with the 2 largest at 17lbs. 8oz. and 18lbs. 8oz. and sea bass up to 4lbs. 8ozs. Thanks again to all our anglers!!
  6. IGFA Announcement and Report Massive Tog Catch: Pending World Record and a New State Leading Tog With the gorgeous forecast on Sunday, we decided it was the perfect day for a tog trip. And what a trip it was! As we pulled out of the Virginia Beach Fishing Center at Rudee Inlet in Virginia Beach around 0630, we were greeted by variable winds and big swells. It was a nice ride as we headed East to try a few promising hangs offshore. My crew consisted of Captain Skip Feller, Captain Larry Regula, and Joshua Regula. Things seemed to start out well, and continued to get even better! After we hung up on our first wreck, we never left. After about 30-minutes of nothing but a dog fish to show, Joshua kicked off the day with the first tog, a nice one a little over 10-pounds. Now we knew they were there, so we settled in. To put things in perspective, the average tautog weighs about 2 to 6 pounds. The state of Virginia awards a citation for a trophy, which is nine pounds. The action never seemed to slow after that. We were catching so many large fish, that we limited ourselves to two per person, so we only kept eight fish. We had two goals during this trip, but we lucked into a third surprise! Of the eight togs we kept, all of them were citations, with six fish weighing over 14-pounds. That doesn't count the 12 and 14-pounders we released. We decided to come in early, so we were back at the dock by 2:50pm. This tog trip will make the history books. I caught a new Pending Line Class World Record caught on 16-pound test at 14-pounds, 13-ounces. The existing record is 13-pounds, 11-ounces. Joshua's largest fish weighed 15-pounds, and Larry's largest weighed 14-pounds. The big surprise was Skipper's fish. He was on fire catching lots of big tog. But his biggest didn't go back; it was a catch of a lifetime. Skip's tautog tipped the scales at a whopping 21-pounds, 13-ounces! This is the new Virginia State Leading tog for 2009!! That will be hard to beat. Another great day on the water with a great crew. Please request Hi res versions of pics. Julie
  7. As we left the dock at 4:00 am on valentines day, Rudee Inlet was like a sheet of glass, absolutely no wind!! Everything was quiet. With the questionable forcast.......and the WRONG forecast last week, most boats opted to sit this one out! With the wreck fishing a little on the slow side the last couple of weeks, and the tile fishing on fire, we decided the head straight to the canyon! As we arrived we noticed the water temperature climbing..........this could mean only one thing!!!! MAYBE NO DOGS!!!!!!! As the first lines hit the bottom.......it was on with tilefish and sea bass coming over the side!! By the afternoon everyone had their limit of tilefish and great catches of sea bass! And VERY FEW dogs!! We decided to go check out the edge for some variety, But after 2 drops in 600 feet of water..........everyone was just too worn out from the mornings great fishing! We did manage to catch a few barrel fish and right many blackbelly rose fish! We had sea bass up to 5 lbs. and once again we registered 16 blueline tilefish citations, with an astonishing 49 tilefish over 10 lbs. And we also set the new state leader with a 19 lb tilefish! Our trip for February 21st is already full. We have started a waiting list, and depending on the forecast we may add another boat!! Remember these are prepaid trips with a limited number of anglers so make your reservations early! Visit My Website http://vbsf.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=17049 http://www.rudeeinletcharters.com/
  8. We have two spots left, call us 757-422-5700
  9. Right now everything looks like a GO!!!!!!!!
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