Offshore: Today we had the WaveRunner, as well as a few Private boats offshore fishing. The WaveRunner returned to the docks with a nice catch of Mahi, as well as some Blueline Tilefish in the mix of things. Inshore: We had a few private boats do a little inshore fishing and they were able to find some Red Drum, including a few citations that were caught and released. Citations: 48″ Red Drum caught and released by James Nash of Virginia Beach, VA 48″ Red Drum caught and released by John Hawa of Virginia Beach, VA 48″ Red Drum caught and released by Frank Riganto of Virginia Beach, VA
Inshore: Today we had the Top Notch and Backlash fish inshore. The Top Notch crew had a great time catching and releasing some Red Drum, including three that were of citation size. The Backlash returned to the docks with some Bluefish as well as a few Spanish Mackerel. We also weighed in a 25 pound King Mackerel. Citations: 25lb King Mackerel caught by David Barnhart of Virginia Beach, VA 50″ Red Drum caught and released by Jared Mountan of Apollo, PA on the Top Notch 49″ Red Drum caught and released by Kyle Mountan of Suffolk, VA on the Top Notch 48″ Red Drum caught and released by Brent Laufa of Appolo, PA on the Top Notch
Offshore: Today we had the Backlash fish offshore. They returned to the docks with a nice haul of Mahi, a Wahoo, and a Tuna! Inshore: Today we had the High Hopes fish inshore and they returned to the docks with some Bluefish and a few Spanish Mackerel. There were also a few Red Drum that were caught and released, as well as a citation Spanish Mackerel weighed in at over 4 pounds. Citations: 48″ Red Drum caught and released by Daniel Faggert of Newport News, VA 4lb 8oz Spanish Mackerel caught and released by Pamara Chang of West Chester, OH
Offshore: Today we had the Wave Runner fishing offshore. They returned to the docks with a nice haul of Mahi along with a few Black Belly Rosefish! There was also a nice Sword Fish brought to the dock from a private boat!
Offshore: Today we have the WaveRunner and Instigator fishing offshore. The WaveRunner has been fishing since yesterday as they are on an overnight trip. The Instigator returned with a nice catch from the deep.. Inshore: Today we have the high Hopes fishing on an all day inshore trip. They are expected to return to the docks around 5 PM. We have already heard from them this morning that they had caught and released a Bull Shark off the coast of our beautiful oceanfront.
Offshore: Today we had the Backlash fish offshore and they just returned to the docks with a bunch of Mahi, as well as a citation Wahoo at 43lbs. Inshore: The Capt Cheryl fished inshore this morning and they returned to the docks with some Bluefish. Citations: 43lb Wahoo caught by Michael C. Bricker of Midlothian, VA on the Backlash
Offshore: Bright and Early this morning we had the WaveRunner and Top Notch head out offshore, alongside a few of our private boats. The WaveRunner returned to the docks and unloaded a nice catch of Mahi, a few Tuna, and a citation sized Wahoo at 51lbs. The Top Notch returned to their slip and unloaded an impressive catch of Mahi. We had a private boat return to this evening with some Mahi, a few Tuna, and a citation Wahoo at 50lbs. Inshore: Today we have the High Hopes fishing inshore, they returned to the docks after some slow inshore fishing with a few Bluefish Rudee Inlet: Anglers have been having some nice catches of Spot inside the inlet in recent days, with live bloodworms being the popular …
Due To Rough Seas, Our Fleet Stayed Dockside Again Today Offshore: Looking at the offshore forecast for today, they were calling for North to Northwest winds between 20 and 30 KT, bringing seas to between 7 and 12 feet. There is also a chance for scatted rain showers, and some isolated thunder storms. This weather would not of made for the best fishing conditions. Last time the boats went out they were successful at catching some Billfish, as long as some nice Mahi. Some boats have also been bringing in some nice Blueline Tilefish, and other great eating bottom dwelling fish. This weekend could be shaping up for some boats to be able to finally get back out offshore and fishing again, as the winds …
Due to the high winds we are currently experiencing off our coast, all the boats had to stay dockside again today. We are hoping some boats will be able to get out over the weekend, but this is all up to mother nature and if the seas lay out enough for the boats to get to the fishing grounds. Offshore: The Offshore trips have been having some fun catching some White and Blue Marlin. They have also had some luck getting into some nice Mahi, as we have seem some Inshore: Though none of the boats have fished inshore the past few days, the last time they went out they came back to the docks with some Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish. We Have also heard …
Due to the current weather we are having, is has lead to all the boats staying dockside. Rudee Inlet: There have been reports of some nice Flounder bring caught still hitting on the Gulp on a light jig head, which could also attract the attention of some Puppy Drum. Speckled Trout action continues to heat up with some nice keepers being caught. They seem to be hitting pretty well on mirror lures as well as Gulp. The Spot continue to bite on live bloodworms.