​​Virginia Beach Fishing Charter  Rudee Inlet

Offshore Fishing With Knot Tell'n Charters

Depending on Season - Catch Posibilities are Mahi Mahi, King Mackerel, Amberjack, Sailfish. Barracuda, Bonita, Skipjack Tuna, Black Seabass, Flounder, Triggerfish & More.

*Deep Dropping - "Gulf Stream" - 40 to 80 Miles Offshore - Up to 12 hours +    5:00 am - 5:00 pm.  $2,800.00


*All Day Offshore "Gulf Stream" - 40 to 80 Miles Offshore - Up to 12 hours +    5:00 am -5:00 pm. 2,800.00

 *ALL Trip Prices Include All Fishing Gear, License, Bait & Ice    All trips require a 20% deposit to secure the date you have selected. Deposit is non refundable unless canceled 7 days in advance or trip is cancelled due to weather or Mechanical issues. A 1.5% service charge will be processed for all final payment credit card transactions. **Due to Coast Guard regulations 6 people maximum allowed per trip. NO EXCEPTIONS

Depending on Season - Catch Posibilities are Blueline & Golden Tilefish, Grouper, Rosefish, Sharks, Swordfish & More

*Half Day Inshore Morning - Up To 4 hours, 7am - 11am =  $600.00

Depending on Season - Catch Posibilities are Spanish & King Mackerel, Bluefish, Spadefish, Cobia, Red Drum, Sharks & More.

Virginia Beach "Rudee Inlet" Fishing Trips From April 1st - December 31st

*3/4 Day Inshore - Up To 6 hours, 7:00 am - 1:00 pm = $800.00

*Trolling Or Wreck fishing - "Middle Grounds" - 15 to 40 Miles Offshore - Up to 8 hours, 7am - 3pm.   $1,600.00

 Middle Grounds - Near Offshore

                                                                                    ​Virginia Beach Fishing Seasons                 ​                                                                                                                                                                                       
January - Striped Bass fever is in full swing in January in Virginia Beach. This is peak season for catching a 'Rockfish,' the local name for the Chesapeake Bay's favorite fish. Don't forget about Tautog & Black Seabass. Also...  Look for migrating Humpback Whales during your trip!

February - Striped Bass fishing continues to light up the Chesapeake Bay. Bring in these hard-fighting fish until your arms hurt. This will warm you up regardless of what the grim February weather throws at you.

March - Temperatures finally start to rise into the mid 60s by the end of the month. This is not the peak season for fishing but you can catch yourself a good deal at a hotel, if not some Striped Bass, Seabass, Tautog and Speckled Trout.

April - As temperatures start to get serious about transitioning to spring, so does the fishing. Yellowfin Tuna start to appear offshore, with Bluefin, Bigeye & Mahi Mahi hot on their heels. Inshore, Black Drum and Speckled Trout are biting.

May - Spring is definitely here, and peak fishing season starts. Everything is biting from now through October. Look out for big Red Drum and Black Drum in the Chesapeake or large schools of Yellowfin tuna & Mahi Mahi offshore of Virginia Beach.

June - Cobia start to invade the Chesapeake Bay, making for excellent sight fishing through September. As well as Yellowfin, offshore trips target Bigeye and Bluefin Tuna, Mahi Mahi and White Marlin. 

July - Summer fishing continues to bring in big pelagics offshore like White & Blue Marlin, Mahi Mahi, Wahoo & Tuna and Virginia Beach charter fishing is the perfect way to have fun and escape the crowds in peak season. Don't miss the Virginia Beach Invitational Marlin Tournament. 

August - White Marlin, Mahi Mahi & Wahoo fishing gets even better than ever, while Blue Marlin remains excellent. The Virginia Beach Billfish Tournament makes the most of the bite. Closer to shore, catch Red Drum and Cobia.

September - Temperatures cool and the crowds disperse. And while hotel prices might drop, the fishing doesn't. This is peak season for Bigeye and Yellowfin Tuna. Big Red Drum and Speckled Trout are the talk of the town inshore.

October - October is most certainly fall, and you will find the cooler temperatures agree. But if fall means one thing in Virginia Beach, it is Stripers. The best thing is, most of the summer species are still around, too.

November - Along with Stripers, November means fishing for Speckled Trout, Tautog, Flounder, and Sea Bass. Offshore, Yellowfin Tuna is still going strong, and the occasional Bluefin Tuna may even come in close to shore.

December - Only the hardiest of fish remain in Virginia Beach in the winter. But hey, what does that matter when Rockfish, Tautog & Seabass is as hardy as they come? A festive meal of big Striped Bass never hurt anyone.

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*Half Day Inshore Afternoon - Up To 4 Hours, 12pm - 4pm = $600.00

Depending on Season - Catch possibilities are Yellowfin Tuna, Big Eye Tuna, Blufin Tuna, Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, Swordfish, Amberjack, White & Blue Marlin, Sailfish & More.