Fish News

      Striped bass regulations have been set. The coastal regulations remain at 1 fish, 28 inches. The bay seasons stay the same with the minimum increased from 18 to 20 inches. The Spring Trophy Season now has a permit required. The minimum has been increased to 36 inches; any fish kept must still …

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Fish News

This is the time of year that I should be reminding you to make sure your fishing licenses are up to date before heading out on your first trip of the season. If you have not purchased your Virginia Saltwater license you may want to wait. License fees are changing again and this time in …

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Peninsula Saltwater Sport Fisherman Weekly

The best news comes from the waters south of us. Boats running out of Oregon Inlet found good numbers of bluefin tuna this week. Most of the fish have been in the 200 to 400 pound range. There are blackfin tuna available out of Hatteras but now that the bluefin tuna have been located, everyone …

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Peninsula Saltwater Sport Fisherman Weekly

Fishing activity has pretty much shut down. Even the freshwater impoundments are frozen over, keeping anglers off of the water. The only one that I know that has been out over the past week was us. We managed to sneak out, in between snow storms, into a very lonely Atlantic Ocean. We did have a …

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Peninsula Saltwater Sport Fisherman Weekly

Persistently windy weather has really put a damper on fishing activity. When it is fishable, our options are limited. Tautog are biting on the coastal wrecks. Deep-dropping will produce good catches of blueline tilefish and other critters of the deep. All of the sea bass that you catch while targeting tautog and blueline tilefish must …

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Source: VBSF.net