Meet Your Captain

Captain Steve and Captain Lee

Captain Steve and Captain Lee

Captain Steve Dunn has been fishing and crabbing on the Chesapeake Bay his entire life. He knows many of the hot spots and strategies to catching fish. Plus you will find him very entertaining throughout your day aboard the “Net Profits”.

Captain Lee Buckel has been fishing on the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean for over 20 years. He knows many of the hot spots and strategies to catching fish. Plus you will find him very entertaining throughout your day aboard the “Jessie Girl”.

Captain Rich Schott has been fishing for over 36 years with the past 20 years on the eastern seaboard from Florida to New England. Since moving to Maryland in 1992, he has been fishing the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean. However, residing in the Annapolis area has made the Chesapeake Bay  regular fishing grounds.

We are easy to find:

Directions to Chesapeake Bay Sport Fishing LLC…
Inlet Station Marina (December – March)
Rudee Inlet
227 Mediterranean Ave
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
Call (410) 703-2760

Virginia Beach is easily reached from Richmond and Washington by taking I-64 East. Drivers coming from the North Carolina Coastal Plain can take I-95, U.S. 158, or U.S. 301 to reach U.S.58, which leads into I-64. Route 168 from the Outer Banks also leads to I-64. Take I-64 to I-264 to Virginia Beach. Take the expressway to its end and you’ll be on 21st Street in Virginia Beach. Count two traffic lights and take a right onto Mediterranean Avenue. Take Mediterranean to its end and you’ll be at Inlet Station.
From the Eastern Shore

Take U.S. 13 to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. Follow signs at its end for U.S. 60, which is Shore Drive, and the Resort Strip. Shore Drive becomes Atlantic Avenue at Cape Henry, and later leads into Pacific Avenue at 42nd Street. The key is to keep going straight once you leave the bridge-tunnel until you reach 5th Street/Winston-Salem Avenue, just before the bridge at the end of the resort strip. Turn right and drive to the end of Winston-Salem to reach Inlet Station.

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