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Virginia Beach inshore charter boat fishing report

Here in Virginia Beach we are in the midst of summer, at the height of tourist season and we are doing charter fishing trips. The fishing is really great right now and we have a lot going on. On our inshore fishing trips, we are finding lots of sharks. Everyone wants to see a shark right now because of the recent shark attacks, and we are catching PLENTY of sharks, some really big ones too. We are also seeing some cobias on our inshore fishing charters and spanish mackerel and bluefish continue to be abundant. I'm sure theres plenty of other things to fish for, however this is what he have been targeting and catching consistently.

Offshore, there are all sorts of things going on for our gulf stream fishing charters. Bluefin tuna have shown up in the shallow waters and there are some 100 pound class bluefins being caught. There are also plenty of mahi mahi moving in very close to the beach and there have been some reports of billfish in very shallow water very close to the beach, but none caught yet. We are also seeing some blue marlin, white marlin, yellowfin tuna, and bigeye tuna around the canyons. Amberjack are also all over the southern towers. 

Deep drop fishing continues to be good and we are seeing really good catches of blueline tilefish, some nice black sea bass mixed in, golden tiles, blackbelly rosefish, barrelfish, and wreckfish on the bottom in the deep out near the canyon. 

We are booking for all kinds of charter fishing trips, inshore half day fishing trips with the family, full day inshore shark fishing trips, offshore and gulf stream charters, deep drop fishing trips, whatever kind of sport fishing trip you want to do, we have something available and can get you out there. Give me a call at 7577496008 and we will get you booked. 

Here are a couple photos from todays inshore fishing trip. We had a couple big sand tiger sharks, a nice catch of spanish mackerel, and this big old fat cobia. 

 

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