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  3. By Connie Barbour, Steve Wray (Long Bay Pointe Bait and Tackle) Hurricane Florence has stirred up our local waters, once things settle down anglers will one again have to locate the best fishing action. A couple of days before the blow there was some outstanding cobia fishing happening. Boats were finding large schools with dozens … Continue reading The post Hurricane Florence Stirs Up Local Waters appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  4. 9/7 FLOUNDER, 7LBS 1OZ, THOMAS PLUMMER, LESNER BRIDGE, FINGER MULLET RED DRUM, 50", STEPHANIE STRICKLAND, "ISLAND FLAVA", 1ST ISLAND, CBBT, SPOT RED DRUM, 48", STEPHEN REEPS, "ISLAND FLAVA", 1ST ISLAND, SPOT 9/6 SPANISH MACKEREL, 5LBS 4OZ, SCOTT BARR, SANDBRIDGE, SPOON COBIA, 53", DOUG COLLISON, "FINFINDER II", SANDBRIDGE, EEL CONGRATULATIONS
  5. 9/5 WHITE MARLIN, LARRY DELONG, JR, "FLY N FISH", WASHINGTON CANYON, BALLYHOO WHITE MARLIN, (4)OWEN TERRY "SEEKER", CANYON, BAIT 9/3 DOLPHIN, 32LBS, JAYSON DOWNS, NORFOLK CANYON, LURE WHITE MARLIN, JEFF POWELL, "LEAKY TIKI", NORFOLK CANYON, BALLYHOO WHITE MARLIN, BOB SINCLAIR, "LEAKY TIKI", NORFOLK CANYON, BALLYHOO WHITE MARLIN, JEFFREY WRIED, NORFOLK CANYON, BAIT 9/2 SPEARFISH, PORTER ROHLFS, "CHASIN TAIL", WASHINGTON CANYON, BALLYHOO WHITE MARLIN,(2) PORTER ROHLFS, "CHASIN TAIL", WASHINGTON CANYON, BALLYHOO WHITE MARLIN, (3), HUNTER GILOECKNER, "CHASIN TAIL", WASHINGTON CANYON, BALLYHOO 9/1 WHITE MARLIN, ANDREW POTRIN, WASHINGTON CANON, BAIT 8/25 SPEARFISH, FRANK WILLSON, "COMANGO", NORFOLK CANYON, BAIT
  6. 9/5 WHITE MARLIN, LARRY DELONG, JR, "FLY N FISH", WASHINGTON CANYON, BALLYHOO WHITE MARLIN, (4)OWEN TERRY "SEEKER", CANYON, BAIT COBIA, 50.5", GREGORY DIAL, "REEL RELEASE", OCEAN, EEL 9/4 SPANISH MACKEREL, 4LB 8OZ, JEREMY HOLBROOK, SANDBRIDGE, SPOON COBIA, 52", DANA TIPPETT, SANDBRIDGE, EEL FALSE ALBACORE, 33", DAVID REYNOLDS, "FISH 911", CAPE HENRY, SPOON COBIA, 51", ROGER SHELTON, "REEL RELEASE", CAPE HENRY, BUCKTAIL COBIA, 50.5", MARY SHELTON, "REEL RELEASE", CAPE HENRY, EEL 9/3 DOLPHIN, 32LBS, JAYSON DOWNS, NORFOLK CANYON, LURE WHITE MARLIN, JEFF POWELL, "LEAKY TIKI", NORFOLK CANYON, BALLYHOO WHITE MARLIN, BOB SINCLAIR, "LEAKY TIKI", NORFOLK CANYON, BALLYHOO WHITE MARLIN, JEFFREY WRIED, NORFOLK CANYON, BAIT SPANISH MACKEREL, 4LBS 3OZ, CARL KNAPP, 3RD, "FIN FINDERII",SANDBRIDGE SPANISH MACKEREL, 4LBS, ERIC STEVENS, "FINFINDER II", SANDBRIDGE, LURE RED DRUM, 47.5", NOL VON DEMORTEL CAPE CHARLES, BUCKTAIL 9/2 SPEARFISH, PORTER ROHLFS, "CHASIN TAIL", WASHINGTON CANYON, BALLYHOO WHITE MARLIN,(2) PORTER ROHLFS, "CHASIN TAIL", WASHINGTON CANYON, BALLYHOO WHITE MARLIN, (3), HUNTER GILOECKNER, "CHASIN TAIL", WASHINGTON CANYON, BALLYHOO COBIA, 52", LAURENCE RITTER, "UNIFISH II", OFF SANDBRIDGE, BAIT 9/1 WHITE MARLIN, ANDREW POTRIN, WASHINGTON CANON, BAIT SPANISH MACKEREL, 29", ANDREW ALADJ, "THE SCHOOL BUS", OCEAN FRONT, BAIT KING MACKEREL, 25LBS, CHARLES CHURCH, "SIDE CHICK", SANDBRIDGE, BAIT COBIA, 57", CANDICE KEEN, "REEL KEEN", 2ND ISLAND, JIGGING COBIA, 56LBS 3OZ, ERIN HALLER, "REEL DEAL". CBBT, BAIT 8/30 SPANISH MACKEREL, 4LBS 13OZ, DAVID COHN, "PANACEA", INSHORE, PLUG COBIA, 56LBS 8OZ, DERRICK WILKIN, "LOOK N HOOK", CHESAPEAKE BAY, BAIT 8/29 COBIA, 52", STEVEN BAILLIE, "FINFINDER II", CBBT, EEL COBIA, 56LBS, STEVEN BAILLIE, "FINFINDER II", CBBT, BAIT COBIA, 50", TYLER BAILLIE, "FINFINDER II", CBBT, EEL COBIA, 52", JEREMY DOWNS, "TROUT SCOUT", CBBT, EEL RED DRUM, 49", THOMAS HERRERA, CBBT, BAIT 8/27 COBIA, 55.5", MICHAEL KOLLER, "BIG CRAB", CAPE HENRY, EEL 8/25 SPEARFISH, FRANK WILLSON, "COMANGO", NORFOLK CANYON, BAIT 8/19 RED DRUM, 51.5", WENDY DUNN, CBBT, LURE CONGRATULATIONS.
  7. By TH Spangler | Connie Barbour (Long Bay Pointe Bait and Tackle) September is typically the best month for Flounder. The bite inside the bay has been picking up. The bridge tunnel is the most popular area for bay flounder. The Cell is also a good spot. Ocean structure is still producing as well. A … Continue reading The post Offshore Bite Heating Up appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  8. We had another Beautiful Day and needed to restock our bait. After catching a couple hundred baitfish we decided to get some more Flounder. We caught our limit again with 11 Flounder total up to 19 inches today. Today I caught the most and the biggest, I win, well I guess we both win because we are eating Flounder for dinner again. This is our new Salty Dog Daisy. We also caught the normal other stuff like little Seabass, Oyster Toads and such and got back to the dock in under 4 hours. Lots of Fun, it was another good day for the Key Dreams Crew to play.
  9. We had a Beautiful Day and no charter scheduled so I took my First Mate out fishing. It was too nice to stay at the dock. First we messed around with the Spadefish and caught our limit in 15 minutes, so then we went and caught a limit of Flounder, we caught 11 Flounder total up to 21 inches. My First Mate caught the Biggest but the Captain caught the most, call it a tie. We also caught the normal other stuff like little Seabass, Oyster Toads and such and got back to the dock in short order. Lots of Fun, it was good to have a day for us to play.
  10. We had our Hard core fishing couple out with us again today. It was a windy day out of the North East Definitely not our favorite conditions but it was cooler which is what she wanted, we tried to convince them to go Sunday. We did our best to stay in protected areas to avoid the boat from rocking. We ended up catching 8 Flounder today with a few for the box. We also got some Crazy Cobia action today. They wanted to mess around with the Spadefish but it was just too windy for us. We also caught a few Lizardfish and the normal other stuff like little Seabass, Oyster Toads and such. Lots of Fun.
  11. We had another Beautiful Day and needed to restock our bait. After catching a couple hundred baitfish we decided to get some more Flounder. We caught our limit again with 11 Flounder total up to 19 inches today. Today I caught the most and the biggest, I win, well I guess we both win because we are eating Flounder for dinner again. This is our new Salty Dog Daisy. We also caught the normal other stuff like little Seabass, Oyster Toads and such and got back to the dock in under 4 hours. Lots of Fun, it was another good day for the Key Dreams Crew to play.
  12. We had a Beautiful Day and no charter scheduled so I took my First Mate out fishing. It was too nice to stay at the dock. First we messed around with the Spadefish and caught our limit in 15 minutes, so then we went and caught a limit of Flounder, we caught 11 Flounder total up to 21 inches. My First Mate caught the Biggest but the Captain caught the most, call it a tie. We also caught the normal other stuff like little Seabass, Oyster Toads and such and got back to the dock in short order. Lots of Fun, it was good to have a day for us to play.
  13. We had our Hard core fishing couple out with us again today. It was a windy day out of the North East Definitely not our favorite conditions but it was cooler which is what she wanted, we tried to convince them to go Sunday. We did our best to stay in protected areas to avoid the boat from rocking. We ended up catching 8 Flounder today with a few for the box. We also got some Crazy Cobia action today. They wanted to mess around with the Spadefish but it was just too windy for us. We also caught a few Lizardfish and the normal other stuff like little Seabass, Oyster Toads and such. Lots of Fun.
  14. ASMFC & MAFMC Approve Catch and Landings Limits for Summer Flounder, Scup, Black Sea Bass and Bluefish for 2019 ASMFC Approves Black Sea Bass Addendum XXXI for Public Comment Virginia Beach, VA – The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (Commission) and the Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council (Council) reviewed previously approved specifications for scup and established … Continue reading The post ASMFC & MAFMC Approve Catch and Landings Limits for Summer Flounder, Scup, Black Sea Bass and Bluefish for 2019 appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  15. It was game on Saturday as the 80 boats fishing the 15th annual VBBT took advantage of a hot bite and racked up the points with multiple release after release. But one boat really capitalized when a hungry blue marlin swam up behind the teaser and inhaled a circle hooked mackerel pitch bait. Two hours … Continue reading The post Virginia Beach Billfish Tournament Results appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  16. 8/21 COBIA, 51", ALEX BECK, "REEL RELEASE", CBBT, EEL COBIA, 58", NATE BECK, "REEL RELEASE", CBBT, EEL 8/17 COBIA, 56LBS 5OZ, HOWARD FRIEDMAN, CBBT, EEL 8/16 WHITE MARLIN, MORGAN REICH, "REVELER", 41200, BAIT BLUE MARLIN, MORGAN REICH, "REVELER", 41200, BAIT WHITE MARLIN, MARK LEAVITT, JR, "REVELER", 41200, BAIT WAHOO, 44LBS, WILLIAM SAUNDERS, JR, CIGAR, BAIT 8/12 COBIA, 57LBS, WAYNE HULIT, "FIN FINDER II, CAPE CHARLES, BAIT FLOUNDER, 6LBS 8OZ, BRETT OLD, CBBT, LURE RED DRUM, 53", PAUL JEREMY DAVIS, "PAIGE II", CBBT, CROAKER 8/11 BLUE MARLIN, MELVIN DALINOCON, "WILD THING",73 MILES SE CAPE HENRY, BAIT SPANISH MACKEREL, 26", LOGAN FINLEY, "DON JAIME", CBBT, TROLLING SPANISH MACKEREL, 26", BRANDI FINLEY, "DON JAIME", CBBT, LURE 8/10 WAHOO, 35LBS, SCOTT BITTLER, CIGAR, BAIT 8/8 WHITE MARLIN, STEPHEN SILLIPHENT(?), FINGERS, BAIT 8/7 WHITE MARLIN, JARED BERGER, "ENDURANCE", NORFOLK CANYON, BAIT SHEEPSHEAD, 11LBS 7OZ, RANDY MORTON, CBBT, BAIT 8/5 SHARK, GEORGE SPANGLER, CBBT, BAIT RED DRUM, 47", TAYLOR KOCH, 9 FT SHOAL, BUCKTAIL DOLPHIN, 27LBS 1OZ, ADRIANNA BITTLER, NORFOLK CANYON, BALLYHOO RED DRUM, 51", DANIELLE MARKO, CBBT, CRAB RED DRUM, 52", DANIEL SMITH, CBBT, LIVE SPOT COBIA, 60LBS, JOHN LEE, SMALL BOAT CHANNEL, EEL RED DRUM, 46", JERRY CARAVAS, 9 FT SHOAL, JIG RED DRUM, 46", JONATHAN HARRELL, 9 FT SHOAL, JIG 8/4 BLACK DRUM, 46", TERRELL WILLIAMS, "PAIGE II", CBBT, MULLET 7/25 RED DRUM, 50", CASEY JONES, CBBT, BAIT RED DRUM, 50", GEORGE SPANGLER, CBBT, BAIT CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL
  17. By TH Spangler | Connie Barbour (Long Bay Pointe Bait and Tackle) September is just around the corner! And that’s peak fishing in Virginia! The offshore waters will load up with white marlin. The whites school up off the Virginia coast until the first good autumn blow, or until a tropical storm will stirs the … Continue reading The post Virginia Is Entering Peak Fishing Season appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  18. We had a Crazy Fun Family get the kids out fishing with us this morning. It was a beautiful day on the Chesapeake Bay with light SW winds that started off a little cloudy and cool but then got sunny and warm. We started with the Flounder and got 6 up to 19 inches and 4 in the box. The youngest one had us in stitches, he said I want to just put my fishing pole in the pole holder because I’m a lazy fisherman, then when we would catch a fish he would do the fish dance. The second half of the morning we messed around with those Crazy Fighting Spadefish and ended up putting 10 in the cooler. We also caught the normal other stuff like Oyster Toads and such. Lots of Fun.
  19. Today we had Mom and Dad get their grown Son out fishing with us for a Family Fun Flounder Fishing Trip. The winds were out of the South West which is a good wind direction for fishing the Lower Chesapeake Bay, but they were a bit stronger then we like. The Day was Beautiful and the wind made it seem not so hot but it does make fishing a bit more difficult. The waves didn’t bother these guys and we all still had a Fun time. We caught 12 Flounder today up to 20 inches and 7 for the cooler. Mom caught the Biggest Flounder today. The Son caught the most Flounder today which was payback since on the last trip his Dad caught most of the Flounder. The bite was finicky but they were there. We also caught the normal variety of the other stuff like Grey Trout, Oyster toads, and such.
  20. We had a Family Fun Fishing Trip on another Beautiful Day with calm seas and light winds on the Chesapeake Bay. We got 3 Flounder up to 19 inches and 2 in the box. We had some Exciting Mayhem with a Black Tip Shark and then briefly had a Big Red Drum Bull run that pulled off. We messed around with the Spadefish and put 8 in the Cooler. We came across a good sized Cobia that was fun for everyone to watch but frustrating because he had lock jaw. We made several attempts with the eel and other live baits, bucktail and even threw cut bait at him and he wouldn’t eat. The Cobia just wasn’t in the mood so we eventually left him be for another day. We all had fun and the young man caught his Keeper Flounder for his Boy Scout Fishing Badge. We also caught the normal other stuff like Seabass, Oyster Toads, an eel and such. Back to the Dock around noon and beat the Afternoon Thunderstorm. Lots of Fun.
  21. We had a Family Fishing trip outing that was on Grandpa’s Bucket list. It was a beautiful day with light winds and calm seas on the Chesapeake Bay. We ended up catching 9 Flounder up to 20 inches and 5 for the cooler today. We messed around with the Spadefish and ended up with 10 in the box. Grandpa was the Joke teller of the family and he got the Biggest Flounder and the Biggest Spadefish, Woo Woo Go Grandpa. We also caught the normal other stuff like little Seabass, Croaker, Oyster Toads and such. Lots of Fun.
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