Experience The Wonderful Waters of Chincoteague Island, VAOff-Shore Fishing
We are a non profit organization serving the Chincoteague area Charterboat Captains and members. The waters of Chincoteague Island on Virginia's Eastern Shore on the Atlantic ocean offer a great variety of recreation to provide you memorable experiences of sport and relaxation from April through October.
Chincoteague's off-shore Fishing rivals the best in the Mid-Atlantic, with excellent catches of bluefin and yellowfin tuna, as well as dolphin, marlin, wahoo and king mackerel. Wreck fishing for sea bass is also very productive, with many large tautug being caught along with triggerfish, blues and spadefish. The in-shore fishing produces plentiful catches of flounder along with croaker, sea trout, and sea bass.
Scenic cruises offer the opportunity to explore the many fascinating areas around the channels, coves and marshes of the Chincoteague and Assateague waters. You will enjoy nature, the abundance of birds and wildlife, historic and scenic places. You will also have a chance to see the famous wild ponies, bald eagles, and atlantic bottle nose dolphins.
Whatever your pursuits, the Chincoteague Captains are sure to fulfill your pleasures. All members of the Chincoteague Island Charterboat Association will provide you fully professional services. Take your choice from the list on our members page. Each listing indicates the types of service offered.
We, the Captains of Chincoteague Island are proud members of the Chincoteague Island Chamber of Commerce, National Association of Charterboat Operators, Virginia Charter Boat Association, and the Recreational Fishing Alliance.
For more information about our organization, please email us.
|Chincoteague Island Charterboat Association hosts "Take A Kid Fishing Day"|
The Chincoteague Island Charter Association hosted "Take A Kid Fishing Day" on Aug 4, 2014. Captains from the Association donated their boats to take kids fishing and then provided fish cleaning, lunch, T-Shirts, Combos and Tackle to further their fishing skills. They also learned about navigation and safety on the water from each Captain. Local tackle shops Capt Bob's Marina and Capt. Steves Bait & Tackle donated several door prizes. Two tackle boxes were awarded for the biggest and most fish caught. Other door prizes were given out by drawing names. The trips were helped with costs with a grant from the VA Marine Resources Commissions with monies from the Va Saltwater Development Fund.