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    Published on 12-04-2015 02:15 PM
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    Rockfish are baaaack! Some big ones and plenty of action.
    Fellow Tidal Fisher Hey Charlie reported that he ran out in the fog on Wednesday to Wolf Trap and dropped lines and did not mark anything at first. The fog was getting worse and decided to drag lines till it cleared off. Fog got worse! didn't clear till we started heading back to dock.. We put 40-50 in boat but most were very small. 7 people on board, Came back in with 7 fish most just at 20". As it always happens--lost the big one (hit a ...
    Published on 11-09-2015 02:42 AM
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    Specks, striped bass and wahoo make the news this week.

    Fellow Tidal Fisher vtrescue reported from the Northern Neck, Looked like the weekend was going to be a bust. Rain was supposed to start at 5 a.m. on Saturday morning and there was supposed to be a small craft advisory on Sunday. Woke up about 8 a.m. on Saturday and there was ...
    Published on 09-13-2015 11:03 PM
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    Cobia are mostly gone but some continue to be caught. They are being caught chumming on the hills in the bay and along the oceanfront and off of the buoys as they head south. While the cobia bite has greatly cooled down, the red drum bite continues to heat up. They are being found by anglers looking for cobia and more are being caught stacked up at the islands of the CBBT. Sheepshead are active at the CBBT along with a bycatch of triggerfish and tautog. There are still spadefish hanging around the islands but they will be moving out but will hang around the coastal wrecks into ...
    by Published on 08-14-2015 05:30 AM
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    The big winner this past week were cobia anglers who have had good success in and around Virginia Beach. Other species are being caught, but not as hot and heavy as in previous weeks.

    The White Marin Open saw it's winner come out of Rudee Inlet, a big congratulations to Capt. Steve Richardson with their 94lb white marlin that brought home a whopping $1.1 million dollars. See the ...
    by Published on 07-24-2015 04:15 PM
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    Inshore and offshore fishing has been good this past week with a special emphasis with offshore anglers who have been having good luck with the early push of billfish making their way into local waters.

    Starting with the offshore action this week Capt. Ken reported that even though we have not reached the prime time yet, billfish action remains very good with good numbers of blue marlin and a lot of white marlin being caught. The occasional sailfish also joins in. The Triple 0s area has been good for normal trolling while ...
    Published on 06-19-2015 09:48 PM
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    Flounder fishing has taken off. The largest flounder are right where they are supposed to be, at the CBBT. Flounder weighing over ten pounds were caught both by live-baiters and wire-liners this week. Flounder are also being caught in the Back River Reef area, 36A, Hampton Bar, in the York River, inside the seaside inlets of the Eastern Shore, and some have begun to show at the ...
    Published on 06-04-2015 01:21 PM
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    Virginia fishing is just about wide open inshore and offshore.

    Capt. Ken said that the yellowfin and bigeye tuna have shown in the Norfolk Canyon area. Deep-dropping remains very good for blueline and golden tilefish. Sea bass can be found mixed in with the bluelines or on the ocean wrecks.

    Spadefish have shown at the Chesapeake Light Tower and at some of the other inshore structures. Some really large sheepshead have been caught at the ...

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