Welcome to the Premier Site for Virginia Beach Saltwater Charter Fishing
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Waverunner II is a 38’ Evans Coast Guard Inspected Charter Vessel custom built to accommodate larger groups of anglers (up to 28). Docked in Rudee Inlet, Waverunner II is in close proximity to the fruitful waters of the Gulf Stream.
Board Waverunner II for tuna, marlin, mahi mahi, wahoo, striper (rockfish), drum and all other saltwater fish the Atlantic Ocean and Chesapeake Bay have to offer. Waverunner II Captain Pat Foster was at the helm when Virginia State Record Striper (rockfish) was caught in 2008. Captain Pat knows all Virginia Beach coastline fishing hot spots and will get you there.
Check out our fishing report! See what we’re catching!
Visit our fishing photo gallery to view great pictures of huge…
- MAHI MAHI
- RED & BLACK DRUM
If sport fishing isn’t your game, Waverunner II is also available for sight seeing and whale watching trips.
June 23-25 2016 fish 1 of 3 days
|Virginia Beach Tuna Tournament
|August 21, 2016
||14th Annual Wine Women & Fishing
Ladies Only Charity Billfish Tournament
|August 25-27 2016
||Virginia Beach Billfish Tournament
Charter the Waverunner II today for any tournament!
The water temperature is steadily climbing and the fish are steadily making there way towards Virginia Beach and Rudee Inlet. Yesterday we took a family from Michigan out and caught some nice-size bluefish right in the inlet. The family was thrilled with the catch! The season is upon us. Call (7573775018)... read more →
Well two of our boats went up the bay yesterday and we did catch some rock but it was a long way. We sure had it good a few years back!
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The fishing has turned on with good catches of tuna and dolphin, and even a few marlins have been seen and caught so far. The water is warming up and so are the charters. Book now to get in on the action! Inshore or offshore trips are available.
Here’s the catch from Monday:
We had a great catch... read more →
Well maost of our winter striper season was very slow with the ocean season starting Jan 1 being awful ,the fish just stayed out of our legal reach. Lets look forward— The upcoming season will be here soon enough and we will get back to doing what we love to do,so give me a call and lets get... read more →
This white marlin was caught on a fly rod
This summer was a summer for the records. The marlin, drum, & most inshore species bit well. The deep dropping was very good this summer with gray and golden tile, barrel fish, grouper, blackbelly rose fish, & some tinker mackerel. Tunas were picky... read more →