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  3. It may be the slow saltwater season in Virginia … but it’s a great time to pull the cover off the boat and get things ready to go. Anglers have been hitting local flea markets and tackle shops for fresh line or a new reel or two. It’s a different story in North Carolina. Things … Continue reading The post Good Tuna Bite Off Oregon Inlet appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  4. It’s may be the slow season for saltwater angling in Virginia, but it’s a great time to pull the cover off the boat and get things ready to go. Or to hit a local flea market or tackle shop for some fresh line or a new reel or two. Things are really picking up off … Continue reading The post Good Tuna Bite Off Oregon Inlet appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  5. Has anyone put a T Top on theirs? We have a 2007 17' and don't want to hit any gas lines!
  6. News, Sea Bass Update – We’ve just wrapped up a very successful February Black Sea Bass Recreational season. The success is due in large part to your cooperation with VMRC staff in gathering information on this popular fishery. This information is vital since the Marine Recreational Intercept Program (MRIP) which typically gathers recreational catch and … Continue reading The post Black Sea Bass Season A Success appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  7. News – We’ve just wrapped up a very successful February Black Sea Bass Recreational season. The success is due in large part to your cooperation with VMRC staff in gathering information on this popular fishery. This information is vital since the Marine Recreational Intercept Program (MRIP) which typically gathers recreational catch and effort data is … Continue reading The post Black Sea Bass Season A Success appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  8. Virginia Beach, Long Bay Pointe Report – Dr. Ken Neill and crew on the Healthy Grin returned to the wrecks for more sea bass action this week. This time Stan Simmerman caught the trophy fish, a state citation sea bass. The boat Playin’ Hookey got in on the action as well. They caught fish in the 4 … Continue reading The post Anglers catching large sea bass, bluefish and dogfish on wrecks appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  9. Virginia Beach, Long Bay Pointe Report – Dr. Ken Neill and the crew on the Healthy Grin returned to the wrecks for more sea bass action his week. This time Stan Simmerman caught the trophy fish, a state citation bass. The boat Playin’ Hookey and crew were also on the jumbo sea bass as well. They caught … Continue reading The post Anglers catching large sea bass, bluefish and dogfish on near shore wrecks appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  10. My spots for white perch and crappies are in N.C.. Not doing super well since early January but did get a 2 lb plus crappie which was invited to dinner this past Saturday. I suggest getting a NC out of state license for 35 bucks and try south. Low angler presence ,good locations and lots of fish are why I have a Va and NC freshwater license every year. I HEAR that crappies are being caught up around Back Bay's northern bay shore. That used to be my favorite spot, when you could do bank fishing for 2 bucks at North Bay Shore Campground. Caught many moose crappie there. Also the Hell's Creek area...but lots of luck getting bank access.
  11. Virginia Beach, Long Bay Pointe Report – Virginia’s sea bass fishery is open, it’s a special one-month fishery, highly regulated and designed for data collection. A special, no-cost permit is required, reporting is mandatory, and you must tell VMRC when you are fishing so they have the opportunity to have a biologist meet you when … Continue reading The post Sea Bass, Bluefin, Tautog appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  12. Virginia Beach, Long Bay Pointe Report – Virginia’s sea bass fishery is open, it’s a special one-month fishery, highly regulated and designed for data collection. A special, no-cost permit is required, reporting is mandatory, and you must tell VMRC when you are fishing so they have the opportunity to have a biologist meet you when … Continue reading The post Sea Bass, Bluefin, Tautogs appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  13. just moved to the Virginia beach area. Can anyone tell me where to go for yellow perch or Crappie this time of year
  14. Last of the year 2018 12/31 STRIPER, 42 LBS 8 OZ, ROBERT JONES, CAPE CHARLES, BAIT 12/30 STRIPER, 48 LBS 12OZ, MATT CHERRY, "NO EXCUSES", CAPE CHARLES, EEL STRIPER, 43 LBS 14OZ, ANDREW CHERRY, "NO EXCUSES", CAPE CHARLES, EEL STRIPER, 46 LBS 11 OZ, LISA BELL, "SEA STALKER", CAPE CHARLES, EEL STRIPER, 47 LBS 4 OZ, DAVIS WILLIAMSON JR, BUOY 40, EASTERN SHORE, EEL CONGRATS !!!
  15. By Dr. Ken Neill, III – At this month’s VMRC meeting a February recreational sea bass season was established. It will run the entire month and will be very similar to the February season we had last year: “It shall be unlawful for any person fishing recreationally to take, catch, or possess any black sea … Continue reading The post Black Sea Bass Season Established appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  16. By Dr. Ken Neill, III – At this month’s VMRC meeting a February recreational sea bass season was established. It will run the entire month and will be very similar to the February season we had last year: “It shall be unlawful for any person fishing recreationally to take, catch, or possess any black sea … Continue reading The post Black Sea Bass Season Established appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  17. Virginia Beach Report – Well … we have officially entered our off-season. Fishing opportunities are very limited in January and February. Only the most hardcore anglers can deal with the frigid weather. But what better time of the year could it be for a boat show! The Virginia Beach Boat Show is comming up February … Continue reading The post Entering The Offseason appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  18. Virginia Beach Fishing Report – Long Bay Pointe Well … we have officially entered our off-season. Fishing opportunities are very limited in January and February. Only the most hardcore anglers can deal with the frigid weather. But what better time of the year for a boat show! The Virginia Beach Boat Show is comming up … Continue reading The post Entering The Offseason appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  19. Thanks MG ....... Looks like we might catch a few in our ocean season this year!
  20. Real nice to see some stripers after all these years. 12/29 STRIPER, 48 LBS, STEPHEN SILLIPHAT(?), CHANNEL MARKER 41, EEL STRIPER, 43 LBS, MARK MOSER, "FLOATING UNICORN", CAPE CHARLES, EEL STRIPER, 50 LBS, ANITA COONFY(?), CAPE CHARLES, EEL STRIPER, 49 LBS, ALAINA DEL REAL, CAPE CHARLES, EEL STRIPER, 52 LBS, BRET LUCHINI, CAPE CHARLES, EEL STRIPER, 47.5 LBS, LOUIS SMITHSON, "FLY N FISH", CHESAPEAKE BAY, EEL CONGRATULATIONS!!!!
  21. Big rockfish continued to hit the scales last week. Most of the action was coming from the eastside of the Bay, between Cape Charles and the ocean. Many fish have topped the 50-pound mark, one topped 66 pounds. The majorities are being caught using eels but a few are falling to Mojos. The Chesapeake Bay … Continue reading The post Bay Rockfish Season Closing, Ocean Season Opening appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  22. Virginia Beach Report Big rockfish continued hitting the scales last week. Most of the action was coming from the eastside of the Bay, between Cape Charles and the ocean. Many fish have topped the 50-pound mark, one topped 66 pounds. The majority are being caught using eels, but a few are falling to Mojos. The … Continue reading The post Bay Rockfish Season Closing, Ocean Season Opening appeared first on Virginia Beach Fishing. View the full article
  23. 12/27 STRIPER, 50 LBS, RANDY MORTON, CAPE CHARLES, BAIT STRIPER, 55 LBS, WILLIAM HARRINGTON, CAPE CHARLES, BAIT STRIPER, 42 LBS, WAYNE BORINSKI, CAPE CHARLES, EEL STRIPER, 50 LBS, LUKE MOONEY, CAPE CHARLES, BAIT 12/26 STRIPER, 54 LBS, JEFFREY WAGNER, CAPE CHARLES, EEL STRIPER, 43 LBS 2 OZ, DREW ALADJ, 38A, EEL STRIPER, 58 LBS, LUKE MOONEY, CAPE CHARLES, EEL STRIPER, 48 LBS 3 OZ, COLE SMITH, CAPE CHARLES, EEL 12/24 TAUTOG, 10 LBS 15 OZ, NEAL TAYLOR, OFFSHORE, CRAB 12/23 STRIPER, 41 LBS 12 OZ, MICHALE GAUTHIER, CAPE CHARLES, EEL STRIPER, 45 LBS 7 OZ, JAKE PEREZ, "GAME CHANGER", CAPE CHARLES, EEL STRIPER, 45 LBS 10 OZ, MITCH BOOZER, CAPE CHARLES, EEL STRIPER, 44 LBS 12 OZ, W SHANNON MORGAN, CAPE CHARLES, EEL STRIPER, 41 LBS 9 OZ, ROBERT WINBAUER, JR, CAPE CHARLES, EEL STRIPER, 50 LBS 13 OZ, CASHIN PRUTSMAN, CAPE CHARLES, EEL STRIPER, 44 LBS 13 OZ, WILLIAM KIDD JR, "JUST RIGHT", CHESAPEAKE CHANNEL, EEL STRIPER, 55 LBS, CRAIG IRWIN, 38A, EEL STRIPER, 45 LBS 2 OZ, NICHOLAS OSSI, CAPE CHARLES, EEL 12/19 STRIPER, 50 LBS 10 0Z, STEVEN ANDERSON, CHESAPEAKE CHANNEL, EEL 10/3 RED DRUM, 46", RUTH CLERENGER, BAIT CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL!! AND HAPPY NEW YEAR
  24. Needing Help... Looking for information on fishing in brackish water.  I am concerned about tidal issues with the small bass boat that I hope to have by next week (Tracker Pro Guide V-175).  My initial thought was to put my boat in the water at West Neck Creek Marina.  Looking to fish west neck creek, north landing river, munden point, and back bay areas.   Looking for guidance on how/when to fish these areas and not worry about getting stranded by the tides.  Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.  

    Lastly, if you have fished these areas, any tips on locations, types of fish in these waters,  baits to use and/or hazards to avoid would be welcomed.     Look forward to any feedback....Thanks DanR

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