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Virginia beach VA inshore charter fishing report 4-23-17

Springtime is here and now people are making their summer vacation plans to come to Virginia Beach and I hope many people are considering charter fishing in Virginia Beach while they are here as tourists on vacation during the summer, but we are already starting to see some people coming to Virginia Beach to take charters. We are doing some charters, mostly with locals and the spring break crowd, but there has been a little bit of fisihng going on as things start to heat up around Virginia Beach. We have been fishing mostly 3 and 4 hour inshore trips around the inlet and have seen some pretty good fishing for puppy drum. There has also been some trout, bluefish, flounder, and even a striper or two located around rudee inlet. Out on the wrecks we are seeing some tautog and sea bass, but remember that tautog goes out of season may 1 and sea bass dont come into season until may 15. There have also been some encounters with big red drum and big black drum by anglers fishing at the mouth of the chesapeake bay up by the eastern shore. All in all, the inshore fishing is getting better and better by the day for our groups fishing on inshore fishing charters out of Virginia Beach. We are currently booking inshore fishing charters on board the charter bot " toro" out of the virginia beach fishing center at rudee inlet in virginia beach and we will be booking charters throughout the summer. We are also booking offshore charters and overnight charters on the 57' underdog! To make sure you get a prime date reserved, book now. Call captain Jake at 7577496008 and book your virginia beach fishing charter today! Here is a photo of a great family inshore fishing trip we did a couple days ago where this kid caught a whole bunch of puppy drum. 

 

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