The Flounder continue to be the hot bite right now with some keepers in the mix. Croaker, Bluefish, and Spot have also been reported being caught. We have also heard of some Puppy Drum biting further back into the inlet.
Cobia is the main bite inshore. We’ve been seeing some nice Cobia being brought in. The Bluefish are also being caught trolling. We are also starting to see some nice sized Red Drum.
The Tuna and Mahi bite is really starting to pick up. We’ve been seeing a few Big Eye and lot’s of nice sized Yellowfin. The fishing is only going to get better from here with the waters warming up more and more each day. One of our charter boats that was on a 5AM to 5PM offshore trip called in today around 11AM to let us know that they were going to be returning to the docks early because they had already caught their limit of Yellowfin Tuna.
Red Drum 46″ caught by Darrius Bethel of Halifax, VA.
Red Drum 46″ caught by Joseph Ballow of Hayes, VA.
Red Drum 46″ caught by Danelle Hargrove of Oxford, NC.
Red Drum 46″ caught by Kendrick Daniel of Oxford, NC.
Red Drum 46″ caught by Linwood Bethel III of Halifax, VA.
Red Drum 48″ caught by Michael Rose of Virginia Beach, VA.
Red Drum 50″ caught by John L. Green of Virginia Beach, VA.
Red Drum 50″ caught by Justin Chivas of Virginia Beach, VA.
Red Drum 54″ caught by Michael Rose of Virginia Beach, VA.
Red Drum 49″ caught by Nicolas Sinclair of Virginia Beach, VA.