Experience Counts …
Count on Crabbe’s Charter Fishing
For Great Virginia Sport Fishing & Chesapeake Bay Cruises
Whether you’re an avid angler, novice or someone who just enjoys being on the water, Crabbe’s Charter Fishing means plenty of action and fun for your friends, family, business associates or social gatherings. Charter the 43 foot KIT II, USCG licensed for 28 passengers for sport fishing charters with us on the Chesapeake Bay and inshore Atlantic Ocean. Depending on the season, we fish from April through March for striped bass (rockfish), bluefish, Spanish mackerel, red drum, cobia, flounder, spot, and croaker.
Beginning in April departing from our homeport on the Little Wicomico River in Virginia’s Northern Neck, we have easy access at Smith Point to prime fishing in Virginia and Maryland waters of the Chesapeake Bay and lower Potomac River. From there, he fishes both Maryland and Virginia rockfish (striper) seasons. In winter, we fish the Atlantic Ocean off Virginia Beach for trophy rockfish.
With over 30 years experience as a full-time resident Virginia fishing guide, we give you and your group the best possible charter fishing experience. Born and raised on the Northern Neck of Virginia in Ophelia, I am proud to be a third generation waterman. I am dedicated to providing my clients with a successful and enjoyable day on the water. We use the latest electronics and supplies top-quality fishing gear, bait, licenses and even ice for your trip home with your catch cleaned and filleted by the mate.
Plan a charter for a holiday, birthday, bachelor party, reunion, group outing or any special event! We also offer custom cruises on the beautiful Chesapeake Bay around Smith Point Lighthouse and nearby tributaries! See graceful ospreys, herons, pelicans and eagles. Travel to Tangier or Smith Island for lunch or an early dinner and enjoy the sights. We will work with you to make your trip a special occasion. Rates vary by destination, trip length and number of people.
We look forward to having you aboard KIT II!
Capt. Danny Crabbe