Rudee Inlet: The speckled Trout still have a strong presence in the inlet! Come in and get your Gulp, Jig Heads, MirroLure’s, as well as all your other essential needs. Striper are being caught off the rocks in the inlet; unfortunately, a lot of them don’t seem to be long enough to keep. Inshore: Striper are being caught at the islands of the CBBT. We are optimistic that they will have a strong presence this year! Tautog conditions are perfect this time of year and can be caught using Green or Blue Crab.
Rudee Inlet: The bite in the inlet is still predominantly Speckled Trout. The Speckled Trout are being caught using cut bait, mullet, or Gulps. There is still some Puppy Drum in the inlet, and they are being caught on cut bait. Inshore: Striper are continuing to be caught in the Chesapeake Bay and Eastern Shore. It is still very early for the season so we are hopeful that they will make it here soon! The Bluefish have left for the season. Offshore: Blueline Tile Fish, Black Sea Bass, Black Bellied Rosefish, and Trigger Fish are being caught deep dropping offshore. Wahoo and some Tuna are being caught while trolling offshore. If you are interested, call us for an Offshore trip!
Rudee Inlet: The bite in Rudee Inlet has been predominantly Speckled Trout. The Spot and Croaker have left for the season, with a few puppy Drum here and there. Most use swimming mullet Gulps to catch Speckled Trout in South Rudee Inlet. Inshore: The bluefish have slowed down significantly compared to earlier this season. Most Stiped Bass have been caught in the Chesapeake Bay and Eastern Shore. Offshore: Black Seabass, Blueline Tilefish, and Triggerfish are predominantly being caught when deep dropping in the Triangle.
Rudee Inlet: We have not heard of any Spot or Croaker biting these past few days. Speckled Trout and Puppy Drum have continued to bite. Puppy drum have been biting on cut bait on a split shot as well as grubs. There are some nice Speckled Trout being caught on Gulps on a Jig Head. Inshore: We have one boat fishing inshore today! Check back in with us after 1pm for a first hand fishing report! Offshore: None of the fleet has fished offshore recently, so we do not have a first hand fishing report for offshore. Though we have heard reports of there still being a few Yellowfin and Blackfin Tuna being caught, as well as some nice Wahoo, and severel King Mackerel.
Citations: 25″ Speckled Trout caught and released by William Van Deusen III of Virginia Beach, Va 25″ Speckled Trout caught and released by William Van Deusen III of Virginia Beach, Va 24″ Speckled Trout caught and released by William Van Deusen III of Virginia Beach, Va 27″ Speckled Trout caught and released by Mike McCracken of Ashburn, Va 25″ Speckled Trout caught and released by Mike McCracken of Ashburn, Va Rudee Inlet: The Spot and Croaker bite has seemed to left the area, with very few being caught. Speckled Trout and Puppy Drum continue to bite. Puppy drum have been biting on cut bait on a split shot as well as grubs. There are some nice Speckled Trout being caught on Gulps on a Jig …
Rudee Inlet: The Spot and Croaker bite have seemed down these past couple of days with few being caugh. Speckled Trout and Puppy Drum are still biting. Puppy drum have been biting on cut bait as well as grubs. There are some nice Speckled Trout being caught on Gulps on a Jig Head. The numbers of Speckled Trout still aren’t as great as they were last year. Inshore: We have received reports of some Striper being caught right out front of Rudee Inlet, but they have all been small. We are hopeful that there will be some keepers moving in shortly!
Rudee Inlet: The weather is cold today. It looks like fall is finally here. As of lately people are still catching Spot, Bluefish, Puppy Drum, and Speckled Trout. We’ll be waiting on a report for todays catch, so we will have to wait and see what the colder weather brings. Inshore: Inshore we have seen a few Striper caught at the bridge, as well as Bluefish. The fishing inshore is pretty slow. At the wrecks we have seen Sea Bass and Triggerfish caught if you’re interested in wreck fishing. Offshore: In the past week we have seen Wahoo and Tuna brought in. If you’re interested in going deep dropping we have seen Blueline Tilefish, Black Sea Bass, and a few Black Bellied Rose Fish.
Rudee Inlet: The Spot and Croaker are still being caught in the inlet, as well as Speckled Trout and Puppy Drum. The Spot and Croaker have been caught on squid, bloodworms, and Fishbites, while the Puppy Drum and Speckled Trout have been caught on cut bait. Inshore: The Bluefish bite has slowed down tremendously. However fishing in the Chesapeake Bay and the Eastern Shore will provide some Striped Bass to your reels! Most have been keeper size, which has been a relief compared to years in the past. Make sure to get your Striper fishing in before the bay season closes in December! Offshore: We haven’t had many boats leave for offshore recently, but that doesn’t mean the fish aren’t out there! The Tuna bite has …
Rudee Inlet: The best bite recently has been on any moving tide. There are keeper Speckled Trout starting to move in the inlet, biting on swimming mullet gulps as well as the mirrolure’s. The Puppy Drum bite has seemed to slow down to nothing, but a few have still been caught in South Rudee Inlet using cut bait when you can find them. The Spot and Croaker bite is still strong! Most use Bloodworms, artificial bloodworms, Squid, or artificial clam. Offshore: The Mahi bite has slowed down while the Wahoo bite has continued to be consistent. Blackfin and Yellowfin Tuna have been caught sporadically as well and we are anxiously waiting for the Bluefin Tuna to come inshore!
Rudee Inlet: As you can see in the picture above the Speckled Trout are really starting to show up and a lot of good size ones at that! They are biting on swimming mullet as well as mirrolure’s. The Puppy Drum are still in here, but have slowed down a lot. Spot and Croaker still have a strong appearance, which you can expect to catch using bloodworms and fishbite.