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Welcome to Seaduction Charter Fishing.  We fish inshore for flounder, cobia, tog, spadefish, striped bass, red and black drum, croaker, spot, sharks, if the fish are biting we know how to catch them.  We also offer offshore fishing for tuna, sword, mahi, wahoo, seabass, and deep drop species like blueline tile, golden tile, grouper, wreckfish, and blackbelly rose fish. Whether you’re looking for a bay trip, offshore, inshore or wreck fishing, Captain Mike Avery will give you a trip you’ll never forget.

Our home base is Saltponds Inlet at Southall Marina right near prime fishing grounds off Buckroe Beach serving Hampton Roads.  The beautiful waters of the Chesapeake Bay and coastal Virginia are perfect for deep sea / deep drop fishing. Everyone in the party has a great chance of catching something. It doesn’t matter if you’re a seasoned angler, or a complete novice. Gulf stream fishing fans love the reel-screaming action. There’s no feeling like a powerful fish taking the bait. The rod bends as a marlin, sailfish or tuna zips off yards of line. Your angling skills will be tested to the limit.

Don’t worry if you haven’t yet acquired such skills – Captain Mike will be there to help at every turn. After all, there’s nothing better than hands-on learning to gain experience!  If you have a desire to learn how and what we are doing we will take time to pause to show you exactly what we are doing, how the baits are rigged, and why we are doing what we are doing for the specific fish we are targeting.

When the weather is right and fish are biting good, Seaduction will offer a walk-on price.  Price will depend on the trip and distance traveled.  If you are interested in walk on deals check my reports section on this website for announcements or you can like my Facebook Page to follow and watch for announcements for walk-ons.  Or if you see a nice weather window coming up and have a day off, give me a call (757-329-5137) odds are I have something in the works. If you want to get on my email list for upcoming walk-on trips, send me an email or use the form on the contact us page. 

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Saturday, January 21, 2017. Deep dropped on the Norfolk Canyon. Water was flat and smooth but very foggy except for the canyon itself. The sun even came out briefly. First stop was blueline tile and big bluefish mostly but as the day went on we started catching more and more dog sharks. Tried a dozen or more spots and every drop with a minute was a dog on. But we still managed a limit of tiles, 41 blueline and 1 golden tile with many bluefish and a gazillion dogs. The sun came out briefly and Adam made us a fresh sushi dinner. The ride home as flat as glass but the fog got thicker as the sun went down. Very unnerving coming in the bay with no visibility and thick fog but we made it. ...

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January 1st, 2017. Happy New Year to everyone. We hope that 2017 brings full fish boxes for everyone. The last few weeks Seaduction has been fishing inside the bay mostly for striped bass. We did not catch too many big ones this year as the bite was widely scattered but did pretty good on the schoolie sized rockfish. The bay is now closed for striped bass but the coastal zone is still open but they have to be inside 3 miles to legally keep. I will keep my ears to the ground and if the striper show up inside 3 miles I will run some trips. But at this point it is probably a long shot. BSB season also closed on December 31st so fishing opportunities remain few. We can still keep blueline and golden tile as well as other deep drop species (just not BSB). There is a new amendment for blueline that should be approved around April that will close blueline tile from 1 Nov - 1 May every year so next winter we will no blueline to fish for but still open this winter. Those wanting to deep drop I can still run those trips but need a good weather window and know that we will have to pick through the dog sharks to get on the meat fish. Tog remains open but need to get on the offshore wrecks as the inshore bite is slowing with the cold water temps. Looking forward to 2017. ...

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We had a good trip offshore Sunday while deep dropping. Caught large BSB in the morning and a handful of nice sized blueline tiles. A couple of drops produced big chopper bluefish. We then pushed into deeper waters trying for grouper and golden tile. But we only found large smooth dog sharks. We finished the day catching more nice size blueline tile with the biggest around 18 pounds. These blueline seem to move around a little each day so you have to put in a little time to connect to where they are hanging out. Can't wait to get out again. ...

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