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'Tis the Winter Season and the big Rockfish are gathering near Virginia Beach as they do every year at this time. You may recall that virtually all the big fish from up the coast and those moving down the Chesapeake gather in one place and gradually move south from Virginia Beach to the Outer Banks of North Carolina. From now through late January the Worm will operate out of Rudee Inlet for some great fishing opportunities, trolling for big Rockfish and maybe some wreck fishing for Tautog (Tog).  If you've never fished the ocean this time of year, you're in for a real treat because the big fish are in schools and multiple hookups are the norm rather than the exception.  The Worm is already in Virginia Beach, and off-season oceanfront hotel room rates are very reasonable. Yes, it can be cold but the Worm's cabin is heated for your comfort -- just dress appropriately, bring something to eat and drink, and be prepared for some of the hottest action possible on big Rockfish. And the creel limit is TWO big Rockfish per person!  For directions, click here .

For your best selection of dates, give Captain Drew a call real soon!  (410-474-4428)

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Sun Protection Factor -- Ever wonder what SPF and the numbers mean?  SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor.  If you don't know what the numbers mean, take a look at the American Academy of Dermatology website (leaving site) for a general discussion of sun protection and what you should know about sun damage to your skin.

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Captain Drew "Worm" Payne      (410) 474-4428
MAILING ADDRESS: 3150 Karen Dr.,  Chesapeake Beach, Maryland 20732
Last updated: January 12, 2015.
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