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  2. Long Bay Pointe Report Virginia Beach – Anglers have enjoyed a nice speckled trout bite inside Lynnhaven, Little Creek and Rudee Inlets. Some large fish, 5 to 6 pounds have been caught inside Lynnhaven. Pictured is Casey Copeland and Doug Garnet both with 5lb 12oz specks caught inside Lynnhaven. Striper fishing will take center stage … Continue reading The post Nice Specks Trout Action appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  3. 11/12 SPECKLED TROUT, 5LBS 7OZ, JORDAN NESTOR, LONG CREEK, LURE 11/11 SPECKLED TROUT, 5LBS 12 OZ, CASEY COPELAND, LONG CREEK, JIG SPECKLED TROUT, 25", CASEY COPELAND, LONG CREEK, JIG 11/10 SPECKLED TROUT, 24", CHARLES CHURCH, CHESAPEAKE BAY, LURE 11/9 SPECKLED TROUT, 5LBS 2OZ, MIKE FIRESTONE, LONG CREEK, JIG SPECKLED TROUT, 5LBS 9OZ, MICHAEL KOLLER, RUDEE INLET, MIRROLURE 11/5 SPECKLED TROUT, 25", CHARLES CHURCH, CHESAPEAKE BAY, LURE 11/4 RED DRUM, 46", CASEY COOL, 4TH ISLAND, CUT BAIT SPECKLED TROUT, 5LBS 1OZ, MATTHEW VENNER, LONG CREEK, JIG 10/22 DOLPHIN, 26LBS 7OZ, GARY MOORE, JR, "SUSAN C", INSIDE OOO'S 10/2 WAHOO, 40LBS, MATT WYLIE, "SEA CHANGE", CIGAR, BALLYHOO CONGRATULATIONS....
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  5. Long Bay Pointe Report Virginia Beach – Rockfish numbers are on the rise throughout the Chesapeake Bay and it’s tributaries. Fish are being caught on the James River, the York River and the Elizabeth River. Another good locations is long the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel and keeper size fish are at the islands of the … Continue reading The post Speckled Trout, Stripers, Red Drum appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  6. Long Bay Pointe Fishing Report Virginia Beach – The Speckled Trout action is peaking! The specks are available inside Lynnhaven Inlet, Rudee Inlet and the Eastern Shore creeks. Anglers are using soft plastics and Gulps! Along with the trout, are an occasional puppy drum. Pictured below is Kathy Cooper and her husband Chad, they enjoyed … Continue reading The post Speckled Trout Action Is Peaking appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  7. 10/25 RED DRUM, 49", 50", 52", JESSICA CORDOVA, "EAT N OUT", 3RD ISLAND, CUT BAIT SHARK, 96", ERIC STEVENS, "EAT N OUT", 3RD ISLAND, CUT BAIT RED DRUM, 46,47,48,49,50", ERIC STEVENS, "EAT N OUT", 3RD ISLAND, CUT BATI 10/23 RED DRUM, 47", BLAIR SMITH, "BUCK TALES", CHES BAY, BAIT RED DRUM, 50", SANDY SLAVEN, "PAIGE II", CBBT, MULLET RED DRUM, 48.5", KYLE MILLS, "PAIGE II", CBBT, MULLET WAHOO, 35LBS 8OZ, FIONA TORLEY, "REAL DEAL", FINGERS, TROLLING 10/22 RED DRUM, 50", ROBERT ROCHE, "PAIGE II", CBBT, MULLET RED DRUM, 46.5", JOSEPH STENGEL, "PAIGE II", CBBT, MULLET 10/19 RED DRUM, 50.5", VICTORIA DALLA VILLA,"PAIGE II", CBBT, MULLET SAND TIGER SHARK, 102", ZACH KNEEMILLER, "PAIGE II", CBBT, CUT MULLET FLOUNDER, 7LBS 5OZ, ZACH KNEEMILLER, "PAIGE II", CBBT, MULLET RED DRUM, 48.5", SHAYNE KERSEY, "PAIGE II", CBBT, MULLET 10/18 RED DRUM, 53", MICHAEL KOLLER, 2ND ISLAND, BAIT 10/17 SPECKLED TROUT, 24", CHARLES CHURCH, CHES BAY, LURE 10/14 RED DRUM, 50", DAVIS FRANTA, 3RD ISLAND, BAIT RED DRUM, 51", ROB LINDANER, 2ND ISLAND, BAIT RED DRUM, 49", AVA COPELAND, "AVA MARIE", BAY, BAIT 10/10 RED DRUM, 47", BRIAN GARDNER, "CHANGE OF PEZ", CBBT, CUT BAIT RED DRUM, 48", WILLIAM CAMPBELL, "CHANGE OF PEZ", CBBT, CUT BAIT 10/9 COBIA, 50.5", ADAM WHITEHOUSE, "REEL RELEASE", OCEANFRONT, BUCKTAIL 10/8 SHEEPSHEAD, 25", BILL HERRING, CBBT, BAIT 10/7 SHEEPSHEAD, 11LBS 10OZ, 11LBS 4OZ, BILL HERRING, CBBT, CRAB RED DRUM, 48", CHARLES SWINEHART, "PAIGE II", MULLET RED DRUM, 51", JOHN KUYKENDALL, "PAIGE II", DBBT, MULLET COBIA, 52", MELISSA PARKER, "REEL RELEASE", OCEAN FRONT, BUCKTAIL 10/6 RED DRUM, 49", KEVIN ZISKLE, "WETLUCK", CBBT, BAIT 9/30 SHEEPSHEAD, 11LBS 2OZ, BILL HERRING, CBBT, CRAB 9/29 RED DRUM, 48.5", NOAH HARVEY, "SIDE CHICK", CBBT, SPOT RED DRUM, 46", DAVID COCKERILL, "SIDE CHICK", CBBT, SPOT RED DRUM, 49.5", CASHIN PRUTSMAN,"SIDE CHICK", CBBT, SPOT CONGRATULATIONS
  8. Long Bay Pointe Report Virginia Beach Fishing Report Speckled trout action is picking up inside Lynnhaven Inlet, Rudee Inlet and in creeks on the Eastern Shore. Anglers are catching a lot of undersize fish, but there are keepers mixed in. Lead heads with a twister tail or Gulp is the most popular bait, but topwaters … Continue reading The post Speckled Trout In The Creeks, Drum In The Surf appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  9. The king mackerel bite gets top billing this week! Virginia anglers are landing them in the 40 to 50 pound class. Pretty work! Our ocean wrecks are producing seabass, triggerfish and a few flounder. Craig Irwin and crew had a fine day on the wrecks. Large red and black drum are beginning to leave their … Continue reading The post October! Kings, Marlin, Dolphin, This and That! appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  10. We had a Mom and Dad take their sons out fishing with us a while back for the younger son’s birthday and the older son wanted a fishing trip too! This time the trip was for the older son and he wanted to catch a Shark for his Birthday. We had a Beautiful Day with lite winds and calm seas which made it easier for these young anglers to master their fishing techniques. The Boys showed Mom and Dad how to catch the Flounder today. We caught 6 Flounder up to 20 inches giving Mom and Dad plenty of Fresh Flounder Fillets for Dinner. We did have a real big one get off just before it got to the net. Near the end of the morning trip the Sharks granted the Birthdays Boys wish and came to play. We caught 3 Sharpnose Sharks to play with and then were released to catch another day. We didn’t catch any Puppy Drum or Bull Reds today, but they are still here. We also caught a Spanish Mackerel, Smooth Pufferfish, Seabass and Oyster Toads. We had a lot of fun with these guys and were looking forward to fishing with them again. Lots of Fun.
  11. We had a Mom and Dad take their sons out fishing with us a while back for the younger son’s birthday and the older son wanted a fishing trip too! This time the trip was for the older son and he wanted to catch a Shark for his Birthday. We had a Beautiful Day with lite winds and calm seas which made it easier for these young anglers to master their fishing techniques. The Boys showed Mom and Dad how to catch the Flounder today. We caught 6 Flounder up to 20 inches giving Mom and Dad plenty of Fresh Flounder Fillets for Dinner. We did have a real big one get off just before it got to the net. Near the end of the morning trip the Sharks granted the Birthdays Boys wish and came to play. We caught 3 Sharpnose Sharks to play with and then were released to catch another day. We didn’t catch any Puppy Drum or Bull Reds today, but they are still here. We also caught a Spanish Mackerel, Smooth Pufferfish, Seabass and Oyster Toads. We had a lot of fun with these guys and were looking forward to fishing with them again. Lots of Fun.
  12. 10/5 RED DRUM, 50", JUDY ISAK, "PAIGE II", CBBT, MULLET 10/4 RED DRUM, 47", PARKE ROUSE, "PAIGE II", CBBT, BAIT BLUEFISH, 37", JON FZIEMAN, "PAIGE II", CBBT, LURE SPANISH, 5LBS, DAVID DICK, ATLANTIC, LURE SPANISH, 4LBS 2OZ, ALEX BELL, ATLANTIC, LURE RED DRUM, 48", 48", ROBERT KELLEY, CBBT, SPOT RED DRUM, 48", 50", DAVID ODEN, "LEYI-GAYLE", CBBT, BAIT 10/2 WAHOO, 70LBS, DAVID COHN, "SEA CHANGE", CIGAR, BALLYHOO 9/29 BLACK DRUM, 46", MARK TURNER JONES, JR, "SINGLE DEVICE", CAPE HENRY WRECKS, BAIT 9/28 RED DRUM, 50", GEORGE KOTARIDES, CHESAPEAKE BAY, BAIT RED DRUM, 50", PAUL BRANNOCK, CBBT, CUT BAIT RED DRUM, 47", SEAN BRICKELL, CBBT, CUT BAIT RED DRUM, 49", RUSSELL TURNAGE, "PAIGE II", 1ST ISLAND, BAIT RED DRUM, 49", CHARLES TURNAGE, "PAIGE II", CBBT, MULLET RED DRUM, 50", SUSAN TURNAGE, "PAIGE II", CBBT, MULLET 9/26 RED DRUM, 48", DAVID LINEBERRY, "FINS UP", 2ND ISLAND, MULLET RED DRUM, 47.5", JEFF SWANSON, "PAIGE II", CBBT, MULLET RED DRUM, 47", TIM MOODY, "PAIGE II", CBBT, MULLET RED DRUM, 51", JASON SCHWEND, "PAIGE II", CBBT, MULLET 9/23 RED DRUM, 49.5", FRANKLIN DRIGGS, "ANN SEA", CAPE HENRY WRECK, BAIT 9/22 RED DRUM, 47.5", ERIC STEVENS, "EAT N OUT", CBBT, SPANISH MACK HEAD RED DRUM, 46", PATRICK KAHOE, "PAIGE II", CBBT, MULLET RED DRUM, 46", CHRIS HANCOCK, "PAIGE II", CBBT, BAIT RED DRUM, 46", WILLIAM GIMBEL IV, "PAIGE II", CBBT, BAIT RED DRUM, 49.5", WILLIAM GIMBEL III, "PAIGE II", CBBT, MULLET 9/21 SHEEPSHEAD, 10LBS, GAVIN BROWN, "BIG CRAB", 3RD ISLAND, BAIT RED DRUM, 47.5", CARL BOOTH,JR, "TANGO", CBBT, BAIT RED DRUM, 46.5", JANET OAKLEY, "PAIGE II", CBBT, MULLET RED DRUM,50:, ALAN OAKLEY, "PAIGE II", CBBT, MULLET CONGRATULATIONS ON SOME VERY FINE FISH CATCHING!!
  13. We had our Hard-Core Fishing Couple with us again today and they brought a close friend and mate from the Bay Princess a local party boat that they fish on regularly when they are in the mood for Party/Head Boat Fishing. We had a Beautiful Day with lite winds. This young lady of 86 wanted to get one more Flounder Trip in before it gets cold. We caught 5 Flounder today up to 22 inches and as usual this young lady caught the biggest and warmed our hearts with her Excitement and Laughter as the Big Flounder hits the deck. We also had some Big Bull Red Drum action for the boys. We landed 3 Big Reds and missed a couple of short runs. The Big Reds gave the guys a good long hard fight to remember and a chance to hone their skill of fighting Monster Fish on Light Tackle. The Biggest of the Bull Red Drums was 50 inches and Qualified for the Virginia Big Fish Citation Award. The Big Reds were all released and swam off strong to fight another day. We also had a rare for us catch of a Sting Ray (sorry no pic) and a Baby Butterfly Ray (pic posted). That was only our second Sting Ray we’ve caught in the Chesapeake Bay in over 30 years, and the smallest Butterfly Ray we’ve caught, they are usually about the size of a truck hood or bigger. Our most common Ray in the Chesapeake Bay is the Cownose Ray. We also caught Bluefish, Seabass, Smooth Puffer fish, Oyster Toads and such. Lots of fun.
  14. We had our Hard-Core Fishing Couple with us again today and they brought a close friend and mate from the Bay Princess a local party boat that they fish on regularly when they are in the mood for Party/Head Boat Fishing. We had a Beautiful Day with lite winds. This young lady of 86 wanted to get one more Flounder Trip in before it gets cold. We caught 5 Flounder today up to 22 inches and as usual this young lady caught the biggest and warmed our hearts with her Excitement and Laughter as the Big Flounder hits the deck. We also had some Big Bull Red Drum action for the boys. We landed 3 Big Reds and missed a couple of short runs. The Big Reds gave the guys a good long hard fight to remember and a chance to hone their skill of fighting Monster Fish on Light Tackle. The Biggest of the Bull Red Drums was 50 inches and Qualified for the Virginia Big Fish Citation Award. The Big Reds were all released and swam off strong to fight another day. We also had a rare for us catch of a Sting Ray (sorry no pic) and a Baby Butterfly Ray (pic posted). That was only our second Sting Ray we’ve caught in the Chesapeake Bay in over 30 years, and the smallest Butterfly Ray we’ve caught, they are usually about the size of a truck hood or bigger. Our most common Ray in the Chesapeake Bay is the Cownose Ray. We also caught Bluefish, Seabass, Smooth Puffer fish, Oyster Toads and such. Lots of fun.
  15. Noaa Southeast Regional Office Fishery Bulletin; Request for Comments: Proposed Changes to Golden Tilefish Regulations in Federal Waters of the South Atlantic Region NOAA Fisheries requests your comments on a proposed rule for golden tilefish. The proposed actions would reduce golden tilefish catch limits based on the most recent population assessment. The purpose of the action is … Continue reading The post NOAA Request for Comments: Proposed Changes to Golden Tilefish Regulations appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  16. NOAA Fisheries transfers 55 metric tons of Atlantic bluefin tuna quota to the General category for the October through November 2018 subquota period and closes the fishery as of Friday, October 5, 2018. NOAA Fisheries transferred 40 metric tons (mt) from the Harpoon category and 15 mt from the Reserve category and will close the General … Continue reading The post NOAA Bluefin Tuna Closure News appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  17. What's happening at BBNWR? Adam said you were on the beach last Saturday Andrew. Sorry I missed you. Drum bite is inconsistent spot bite unreliable other species slim to none. Of course I will be there early tomorrow!
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