Today, we have the Backlash and High Hopes offshore as well as the Top Notch fishing inshore this morning. The High Hopes came back to the docks this afternoon with our local fire fighters and wives with a nice catch of Dolphin and a limit of Blueline Tilefish! The Top Notch returned in the afternoon with a limit of spade fish! These fish are a great battle and great to eat!
Today, we had the High Hopes and Top Notch both offshore! The High Hopes returned to the dock with an awesome meat haul consisting of Dolphin, Seabass, and Tilefish! The Top Notch was technically on a bird watching trip where they successfully saw 12 different species of birds; however, Capt. Gene and mate, Bobby stayed true to their nature and threw out a few plugs while trolling around as well. They ended up catching their bird watchers some really nice Dolphin on an already great day. Tomorrow, we have the Top Notch offshore again so check back tomorrow to see how they did or better yet- give us a call and get in on the action by booking a trip! Don’t forget we also put …
Today, we only had the WaveRunner fishing offshore. They had a little bit of a slower today with a Yellowfin, Dolphin, and some Albacore. They also had a Mako Shark release! The Cobia bite continues to be strong as everyone counts down the days until the season begins (June 1)! Tomorrow, we have the High Hopes and Top Notch offshore so be sure to check back to see how they did!
TUNA TUNA TUNA! Yesterday, the Top Notch came in with an incredible catch of Big Eye Tuna ranging in sizes from 108# – 151#. They also had a few Mahi as well. This was their first trip back in Virginia Beach after being down South in the Outer Banks the last few weeks and we couldn’t imagine a better kick off to their summer! Way to go Capt. Russ, Capt. Gene and all star mate, Bobby! We also had numerous private boats come in to weigh Big Eye Tunas that ranged in size from 106# – 131#! Today, we have the WaveRunner fishing a morning inshore trip so check back later to see how they did and to see if we have more private boats …
Today, we have the Top Notch fishing offshore and this morning we had both the High Hopes and Capt. Cheryl fishing inshore. The High Hopes returned to the dock with a good catch of Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish. The Capt. Cheryl had a nice catch of Seabass on their morning. We also had a private boat pull in and weigh a nice 113# Big Eye Tuna! We have our fingers crossed that we will be able to start writing about a lot more Tuna here soon! Check back later to see how the Top Notch did!
Yesterday the Wave Runner came back from their inshore trip with a nice catch of Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish. We have also had boats fishing out of the Virginia Beach Fishing Center come back with some nice Mahi! Inshore we are still seeing Red Drum citations, as well as Cobia release citations. The Cobia season opener is June 1st, and they’ve been biting so give us a call at 757-491-8000 to get your trip booked today!
Today, we have the High Hopes fishing a half-day inshore and the WaveRunner fishing a full-day inshore. The High Hopes spent the morning trolling the oceanfront and had a great catch of Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish. The WaveRunner won’t be back to the docks until around 5pm so be sure to check back later!
Yesterday, the WaveRunner went out on an all day inshore trip and returned with a nice catch of Seabass! Today, they are out fun fishing and have been catching (and releasing) a bunch of nice Cobia. The Cobia season won’t open until June 1 but we have received tons and tons of Cobia reports lately so everyone is very excited and anxious for that day! It looks like there will be some high winds tomorrow so as of now we have no boats scheduled to go out. If that changes we will report back!
Yesterday, we had the High Hopes fishing inshore. They came in with a catch of Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish. We also had the WaveRunner fishing offshore. They came in with a good catch of Seabass and Tilefish. While the season for Cobia won’t start until June 1 we have seen lots of people catching (and releasing) them which is a good sign for our summer! There have also been quite a few Citation Red Drum lately and lots of good catches of Seabass and Tilefish. Today, the Waverunner will be fishing inshore from 8-4 so check back later to see how they did.
After a long winter our captains are excited to get out and enjoy this beautiful spring weather on the water! Today we had the Capt. Cheryl and High Hopes both fishing inshore. Capt. Cheryl had two nice sized Red Drum releases, and both captains reported some Bluefish starting to run!! Bluefish, Puppy Drum, Speckled Trout, and Flounder are starting to show up in the inlet with the water temperature starting to rise as well! Fishing is just starting to pick up so give us a call at 757-491-8000 to book your charter today!