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Virginia Beach half day charter boat fishing report

Its that time of year where every fishing report from the charter boats out of Virginia Beach is going to be better than the last report. The inshore waters off the Virginia Beach oceanfront, Chesapeake Bay, and Rudee Inlet are all warming with each passing day and as the waters warm, new species of fish are arriving daily. We continue to see very good fishing for taylor sized bluefish in Rudee Inlet. Some puppy drum and flounder are also beginning to show in Rudee inlet and lynnhaven inlet as well. In the lower Chesapeake Bay, at the Chessapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel, off the Virginia Beach oceanfront and the Virginia Beach resort strip, and in the inshore waters of Virginia Beach, tautog are getting most of the attention and fishing for blackfish has been very good, but the last day of the season for tautog is thursday. The next fish we find on the wrecks are black sea bass, and their season comes in May 15. We are also seeing flounder, croaker, and sea mullet beginning to show for bottom fishermen. On the eastern shore barrier islands and on the shoals at the northern end of the cbbt, there are beginning to be some catches of big red drum and big black drum. Inshore, sharks, spadefish, cobia, and mackerel will all begin to make a showing in the upcoming weeks. We look forward to our  summer charter fishing season out of Virginia Beach and hope you will book a trip and come fish on our charter boat. Give me a call at 757-749-6008 and we can get your 2015 Virginia Beach charter boat fishing trip reserved. Thanks, Capt. Jake