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Fishing

Striped Bass Striped Bass, also called Rockfish, are key predators in the Chesapeake Bay food web and support one of the Bay’s most popular fisheries.   Striped Bass Striped Bass support one of the most important commercial and recreational fisheries on the Atlantic Coast, and the Chesapeake Bay provides these fish with critical spawning and…

There's always a good time to go fishing, especially in Virginia Beach! Check out this handy guide as to what, when, and where, and then get ready to cook up some tasty Marine Cuisine using recipes sent in by our customers, our friends, our friends' friends, and even some of their friends! (There might even be...
Understanding the threat of invasive catfish Two new reports look into the biology and management of blue and flathead catfish   Fourth generation waterman Rocky Rice, left, and his fishing partner Brent Thomas check fish pots on the Potomac River in Charles County, Md., on Sept. 20, 2017. Rice can catch up to 1,200 pounds...
Every year at Super Bowl, I break one of my own cardinal seafood consumption rules: I buy a dozen and a half of what my local seafood outfit calls, “Big Bay Oysters.” These huge wild oysters range in age from five to seven years in age and are as long as six or seven inches....
A perfect mix of the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean has made Virginia a nationally recognized go-to spot for anglers. Here are three amazingly beneficial reasons to go fishing. Millions of visitors flock to the beaches. With a 74% repeat visitor rate and many active locals fishing for fun, Virginia Beach is chock full of...