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light towerThe Chesapeake Bay to the Virginia Capes, the rivers and estuaries that feed it as well as the adjacent offshore waters of Virginia and North Carolina make up one of the most spectacular fisheries in the world! Those who have had the opportunity to fish this special place feel fortunate.

The Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel Complex is one of the largest man made fish attracting devices in the world. Add to that the offshore towers and ship wrecks, near by Inlets, the relatively short run to the Gulf Stream and you quickly realize why the Mid-Atlantic coast is considered one of the best places in the world to fish!


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This site is designed to assist you in planning your next Fishing Adventure. It covers many of the fish you will encounter, inshore and offshore.

We provide several weekly fishing reports, from Virginia Beach, VA to Hatteras, NC. The articles by our members are full of useful information to help you catch more fish. We have links to some of the best Marinas, Tackle Suppliers, Top Rated Charter Boats, and Fishing Guides in the area. We have quick links to local weather. The Seafood Recipe forum has some great ideas for your catch. We have upgraded our discussion boards. They are a great way to stay in touch with other local fisherman!

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Virginia Saltwater Fishing Citation Sizes Set for 2015

By Dr. Ken Neill III – The VSWFT Committee met this week. All minimum qualifying sizes for citations will remain the same in 2015. The one change is the addition of golden tilefish to the citation program. Starting in 2015, a golden tilefish weighing at least 30 pounds will be eligible for a trophy fish …

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Striped Bass Regulations Are Changing

By Dr. Ken Neill III, Seaford VA – Striped bass regulations are changing. The ASMFC decided to reduce the commercial and recreational harvest of striped bass by 25% along the coast and 20.5% inside of the Chesapeake Bay. The commercial reductions are pretty straight forward as they are under a poundage quota so just reduce …

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U.S. Goals for the 2014 Annual Meeting of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT)

The International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) annual meeting is being held November 10-17, 2014 in Genoa, Italy. The United States is going to ICCAT with the goal of reaching agreement on science-based management measures for shared stocks and applying a precautionary approach where appropriate, while preserving commercial and recreational fishing opportunities …

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North Carolina certifies new skipjack tuna record

MOREHEAD CITY – The N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries has certified a new skipjack tuna state record. Matthew Charles Kelly of Chesapeake, Va., reeled in the 32-pound fish Aug. 31 while fishing in the Gulf Stream south of Hatteras Inlet. The previous state record skipjack tuna weighed 22 pounds, 3 ounces, and was caught off …

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