Captain Scott Horton- Started his love for salt water fishing at a young age working on crabbing, Oyster & scallop boats out of Rescue Va. Since then he has first mated on several charter fishing boats in Virginia & North Carolina for many years & has now been a Captain for several as well. He was raised with a love & passion for fishing & the salty air. He also loves to see others who share his passion. From avid fishermen to people who want to learn & catch that first trophy fish. Captain Horton will always work hard to put you & your crew on the fish!

   Knot Tell'n Charters Is a full service charter boat service that offers a wide array of adventures for you & your friends, family, company or corporate partners to enjoy. Everything from exciting Inshore/Offshore Fishing, Deep Dropping & Overnight Fishing Trips to Coastal Cruises, Nature/Whale Watching, Corporate Parties, Wedding Parties. Our 38 foot Albemarle Express is a fully rigged fishing machine & There is more than enough room & amenities on this luxurious fishing vessel to keep anyone happy that they chose Knot Tell'n Charters for their offshore adventure. All fishing Gear, Rods, Reels, Bait, Tackle & Ice are provided with all of our fishing charters. Along with all Safety Gear, Equipment & U.S.C.G/C.P.R/First Aid Certified Captain  on board to ensure a safe, fun, memorable experience for all. 

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Fishing Charter Captain Scott Horton

​​Virginia Beach Fishing Charter  Rudee Inlet

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Charter Boat Captain Scott Horton

Situated on the Atlantic Ocean and the Chesapeake Bay, Virginia Beach is the ideal location for world-class, year-round fishing. The proximity to the ocean and bay, as well as their streams and tributaries, allows Virginia Beach anglers to experience freshwater, saltwater, near-shore, and offshore fishing from one central location. The mild climate of the region also allows anglers to experience this great destination almost year-round.

Heading out of Rudee Inlet you are immediately thrown into the vastness of the Atlantic Ocean. Near shore, there is an abundance of species to be caught including Spanish Mackerel, Bluefish, Red and Black Drum, and many more. As you move away from the shoreline you come across the Chesapeake Light Tower, an abandoned lighthouse and communications center that sits around 14 miles off the coast. Since many fish enjoy the safety of structure you can expect to catch a variety of fish typically associated with such structure including Amberjack, Jack Crevalle, King Mackerel, and Grouper. Traveling even further offshore (close to 45 miles!) the trophy fish begin to appear. The Gulf Stream waters off of Virginia Beach are teeming with Blue Marlin, Yellowfin Tuna, Bluefin Tuna, Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, and a variety of sharks. Just be sure to bring sunscreen and motion sickness prevention as a trip offshore means an entire day spent on the water.