Southern Belle Sportfishing welcomes you to Rudee Inlet, Virginia Beach!
Join Capt. Ron and his friendly crew – experienced guides who have been fishing the waters off Virginia Beach and North Carolina for more than 60 years.
For a good time and great fishing, come aboard Southern Belle, a 45’ Scarborough Boatworks powered by twin 640 HP Cummins engines. This vessel is fitted with advanced electronics and top notch equipment, bringing you the best of Virginia Beach fishing. A Tuna Tower maximizes your visibility above the water, while GPS and a fishfinder help you scan below the surface. On board you will also find a toilet, air conditioning, and a couch where you can rest.
From May through October, Capt. Ron and his crew can take you fishing more than 60 miles from shore. Offshore fishing is their specialty, and in 2016 they helped 32 anglers catch their first Billfish while aboard Southern Belle! A full day offshore gives you the chance to catch your own first Billfish, in addition to Mahi Mahi, Tuna, and more. If you want to focus on the Red and Black Drum bite, the time for that is May.
Those in the market for Swordfish should definitely check out his Swordfishing package, available from October through March.
Year round you can try your hand at deep drop fishing, which takes you to the Norfolk Canyon area. There you will drop lines hundreds of feet below for some of the ocean’s tastiest fish such as Grouper and Seabass. For a family-friendly experience, spend a few hours fishing inshore for Spanish Mackerel, King Mackerel, Bluefish, and more.
Southern Belle Sportfishing provides a fishing license and high caliber gear on all trips. You are welcome to bring food and drinks, which will be stored in the cooler provided on board before leaving shore. Alcohol is permitted, but no glass containers.
Come aboard today for some drag screaming action!
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Scarborough Boatworks (Saltwater fishing) originally built in 1992. Powered by 2 640HP Cummins engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 31 knots.