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Double Play Sportfishing
Double Play Sportfishing

Virginia Beach • 25 ft • 4 persons

Double Play Sportfishing brings you right to the center of the action!

"I booked this charter as a Father’s Day gift. Captain Keith arrived on time and got us out on the water." —⁠ Shaun,
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trips fromUS $350
Is That Right Sport Fishing
Is That Right Sport Fishing

Virginia Beach • 36 ft • 6 persons

Is That Right Sport Fishing runs angling trips out of Virgina Beach, VA and offers to take you on a Chesapeake Bay or Atlantic Ocean sport fishing adventure to cherish for years to come!

"My wife and I along with our 10 and 8 year old kids took a 4 hour morning trip." —⁠ Joseph,
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trips fromUS $700
Prowler Fishing Charter
Prowler Fishing Charter

Norfolk • 42 ft • 6 persons

Prowler Fishing Charter will take you on one of the most exciting trips you will ever take, as you explore the rich waters out of Norfolk, VA.

"Captain Lou and Scott made our fishing trip a success. The weather did not cooperate , but they both worked hard to make sure my family had a great time." —⁠ Kirk,
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trips fromUS $450
Catherine C. Charters
Catherine C. Charters

Virginia Beach • 43 ft • 6 persons

Book your next trip with Catherine C. Charters and discover what makes fishing in Virginia Beach unique.

"Our first time on a charter, so we opted for the evening cruise." —⁠ Taylor,
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trips fromUS $400
E-FishinSea Sport Fishing Charters LLC
E-FishinSea Sport Fishing Charters LLC

Virginia Beach • 35 ft • 6 persons

E-FishinSea Charters is proud to welcome you aboard their beautiful boat.

"Greg (Captain) and Hunter (First Mate) are top notch.  Even if we would not have caught fish they would still make it a fun day." —⁠ Les,
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trips fromUS $400
ReelBlessed Sportfishing Charters
ReelBlessed Sportfishing Charters

Hampton • 27 ft • 6 persons

Book your next trip with Reelblessed Sportfishing Charters and find out what makes the fishing in Hampton so unique.

"Captain Richard’s Reel Blessed Sportfishing Charters is the best bang for your buck fishing experiences you can get in the Hampton area." —⁠ Ameer,
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trips fromUS $250
Marcia B Sportfishing
Marcia B Sportfishing

Virginia Beach • 42 ft • 6 persons

Spend a memorable fishing day with Marcia B Sportfishing and explore the productive waters of Virginia Beach!

"Loved the setup of this boat with a large open deck with both shade and sun." —⁠ Steve,
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trips fromUS $400
Four Winds Chartering
Four Winds Chartering

Hampton • 44 ft • 19 persons

Four Winds Chartering runs the most fun and exciting fishing adventures in the beautiful city of Hampton, Virginia.

"I booked a trip as part of a family get together. We ranged in age from 7 to 80 with 4 generations fishing together." —⁠ Karen,
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trips fromUS $550
Chasin’ Wake Charters
Chasin’ Wake Charters

Hampton • 23 ft • 4 persons

Hampton has a fish with your name on it, so let Chasin’ Wake Charters help you catch it!

"Capt Wayne and 1st mate John were very accommodating of my family this past Friday." —⁠ Brett,
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trips fromUS $250
Captain Pete's Fish Tales
Captain Pete's Fish Tales

Chincoteague • 24 ft • 6 persons

Sign up with Captain Pete’s Fish Tales if you’re looking for an unforgettable angling adventure out of Chincoteague Island.

"I am quite new to fishing. I only caught 1 fish in total over the past couple months." —⁠ Gabriel,
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trips fromUS $299
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Angeln in Virginia

From remote Trout streams to the mighty Chesapeake Bay, and out to the Atlantic, Virginia’s wealth of angling options is something special. Of course, the best way to discover it all is with an experienced guide aboard a Virginia fishing charter. And, thankfully, there are plenty of them.
 
When it comes to the fish you’ll be targeting, it all depends on where you head. In the rivers and creeks, Trout is the name of the game. Brook, Rainbow, and Brown Trout reign supreme here, with Catfish showing up in deeper spots. Walleye, Panfish, and Largemouth, Smallmouth, and Striped Bass are available in the lakes, so get ready for a fishing frenzy.
 
Things get even better in saltwater. The Chesapeake Bay is one of the country’s best fisheries, and Striped Bass – or Rockfish, as they’re named here – are always available. Cobia is another prized species, but you could also get your hands on anything from Redfish, Spotted Seatrout, and Flounder to Tautog, Black Seabass, and Triggerfish. And if you head offshore, Mahi Mahi, Tuna, Wahoo, and Billfish are in abundance.
 
With such a range of fishing on offer, there are plenty of trips to choose from. Beginners and families can get to learn the ropes on trips as short as a couple of hours. But if you want to get the most out of the deep waters, you’ll want at least a full day. You’ll find Virginia fishing charters all around the Chesapeake Bay and along the Atlantic coast, with freshwater guides a little harder to come by in the remote wilderness.
 

Regeln & Vorschriften

Freshwater anglers will need to get a VA fishing license regardless of whether they’re going out with a guide or on their own. However, if you’re on a saltwater fishing charter, your license will be covered. Your professional captain will also keep you up to date on all the latest bag and size limits.

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January

Early in the year, some of the best fishing available is in Virginia’s lakes and rivers. Try your luck coaxing the bite from a variety of Trout, Bass, and more in the wild.

February

February can be a good time to experience local Trout fishing, or try your luck with Yellow Perch swimming in the Northwest River. The shallow water bordering Chesapeake Bay holds Black Drum and more.

March

Bass fishing picks up momentum in March, with Largemouths taking spoons, jigs, and other lures tossed their way. For the best results, fish local lakes when the water is at its highest.

April

Come spring, anglers on the Chesapeake Bay are trolling for Rockfish and Bluefish. Fishing on the eastern shore is just starting to heat up, with early Flounder appearing in the shallows.

May

The Flounder run has begun, ringing in the season for bottom fishing. If you’re looking for some hard-fighting action, be sure to get in on the inshore Shark fishing that kicks off this month. 

June

June is a great time to fish the offshore wrecks and reefs for Flounder, Tautog, and Croaker. Shark fishing continues to please adrenaline junkies, who have their pick of inshore and offshore fishing grounds.

July

Bottom fishing continues to be the main attraction in Chesapeake Bay, while anglers on the eastern shore have their pick of Tarpon in the channels, a variety of fish on the wrecks, and big game prizes offshore.

August

Summer is the season for deep sea delights like Tuna, Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, and monster Sharks. The offshore wrecks are abundant with Black Seabass, Spadefish, Triggerfish, Tautog, and more, too.

September

Croaker start leaving in September, just in time for more Flounder to take over. Striped Bass and Bluefish are reappearing, and anglers on the Chesapeake Bay will soon start trolling again.

October

Yellowfin Tuna are swimming farther out, but you can still catch some if you’re up for a trip to the offshore fishing grounds. Meanwhile, anglers inshore are making the most of Striper season.

November

Fishing close to shore is excellent at this time of year, with Rockfish, Speckled Trout, large Black Drum, and much more to be had. Freshwater anglers can enjoy fishing for Trout and Bass, too.

December

Many charter boats are closed for the season, but you can still have great success fishing from shore or casting your line in one of VA’s many lakes, streams, and ponds. Head to the Potomac River for giant Blue Catfish.

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