Chincoteague Bay Adventures Fishing Report
Back at it!
May 16, 2020
Managed to get in a couple productive days before tropical storm rolled in and shut down open water fishing. Phone is ringing and schedule is beginning to fill so book those dates and let's get out in the sunshine and fresh air!
May 9, 2020
Virginia has opened charterboat fishing beginning May 15th. Some temporary guidelines have been implemented. Only single party charters will be allowed (not a problem as I only offer private trips). If all in party have sheltered together all good. If not then 6 feet of boat length must be allowed per person. If party is from out of state please let me know at time of reservation. If anyone in party is ill, trip will be cancelled no penalty. Vessel will be washed with bleach solution at conclusion of each trip, and wiped down with bleach solution prior to each trip. Sanitizer wipes are available throughout trip. Please provide your own face cover. Each angler must have one. As conditions improve restrictions will be relaxed. Thank you for your patience, and let's get fishing!
Getting back in the game!
April 15, 2020
Bright sunlight and fresh salt air are proven sanitizers and restoratives for body and spirit. Spring has sprung and the fish are biting. We are open and operating under current guidelines, practicing physical distancing and sanitation. Come get a breath of fresh air, bend a rod, and put some food on the table. See you out there. Aloha!
Spring continues to heat up
March 6, 2020
Chilly early spring conditions are not too cold as the first stripers continue to move in. Warmer temps for the coming week will have us looking for that first flounder of 2020. Stay tuna'd!
Bite Starting To Warm Up!
February 14, 2020
As winter passes much time being spent preparing for coming season. Scraping, painting and rigging help to pass the cold days, while getting out and finding a few fish on the nice days. Striped bass have already begun to show (probably never left given our mild winter). Will begin to prospect for flounder when water temperature hits 50 (currently 46). Now is the time to book that May flounder trip, check my calender for remaining availability. See you out there, T.
It won't be long!
January 4, 2020
So far a mild winter has kept the fish close by, if not accessible. Long range forecast has mild temperatures continuing. If this holds waters will warm quickly and we could be catching by March. Now is the time to book your preferred dates: flounder, April & May. Sharks, June, July & August. Striped bass and trout, September & October. Week days better than weekends, mornings better than afternoons.
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