Chincoteague Virginia Charter Boats and Guides
This page lists Chincoteague Island charter boats, head boats, tour boats, scenic cruises, and area guides. Local boats offer offshore fishing, flounder fishing, fly fishing, and other opportunities. If you have a charter boat or guide service and would like to be listed, please contact the website.
Chincoteague Island Fishing Charter Boats, Tour Boats, and Guide Links
White Lightning Fishing Charters- Chincoteague Virginia inshore and offshore fishing
Eastern Shore Adventure Charters LLC - Eastern Shore Adventure Charters LLC offers offshore and wreck fishing trips aboard the "LADY BELLA II", a 35 foot Viking Express
Little Duck Flounder Fishing Charters - flounder fishing
Island Queen Inland Charters - Chincoteague inshore fishing and nature cruises
Capt. Bruce Wootten - guided flounder trips
Chincoteague is known as a fishing town and family oriented vacation resort. The island has sheltered bays, long winding creeks, and is in close proximity to the beach and national park on Assateague Island. There are areas to fish from shore or piers, facilities to launch a boat, numerous charter boats, and family attractions. This is an excellent area for flounder fishing, offshore fishing, crabbing, clamming, nature tours, and other outdoor activities.
Chincoteague Island Fishing
The area is known for excellent fishing for dozens of species of fish. Inshore, flounder, sea trout, bluefish, striped bass, spot, croaker, kingfish, sheepshead, triggerfish, red drum, black drum, black sea bass, small sharks, and tautog are all possibilities.
Farther offshore, anglers have opportunities for monster bluefish, mako and other sharks, bluefin, yellowfin and albacore tuna, king mackerel, dolphinfish, wahoo, billfish, cobia, and others.
Fishing in the area gets in gear when flounder arrive in the spring. The coastal waters hold fish almost year round with a variety of options when the weather allows. As the waters begin to warm, flounder, croakers, and other inshore fish begin to enter the area. By early summer, offshore fishing is in full swing. Offshore anglers can fish for big game fish along the 20 and 30 fathom curves and on out to Poor Man's, Washington, and Norfolk Canyons where tuna, billfish, and other species are commonly caught. Autumn brings a focus on species such as bluefish, black sea bass, tautog, and striped bass or "rockfish".
Always check local regulations for specific fishing information on recreational fishing. Anglers that charter a boat can consult their captain beforehand for the latest in requirements.