2021 SeaView Fishing Pier

Fishing reports:


Some nice sized Sea Mullets along with big Blue Fish were being caught today.



Some nice size Sea Mullet were caught today with Blue Fish and Black Drum biting shrimp baits fished on the bottom. Spanish Mackerel and Blue Fish were caught on Got-Cha plugs and Diamond jigs in the greenish water. Looks to be some stronger winds in the forecast which may get those bottom fish biting better. Tarpon, Cobia and King Mackerel have been seen and/or striking some baits but no hookups today.



We had some nice spring days this week with some fish biting. The second king of the season was decked with some citation Spanish Mackerel also being caught off the king rigs. Spanish Mackerel and Blue Fish have been caught on diamond jigs and got-cha lures. Sea Mullet, Blue Fish, Pompano, Trout and Black Drum have been caught on cuts baits fished on the bottom.



One more day of cold NE winds and then lighter winds for this weekend. Sea Mullet, Trout, Blue Fish and Spanish Mackerel have been caught this week.



Some Spanish mackerel, blue fish, trout and sea mullets werebeing caught today.



A few Spanish Mackerel , Grey Trout and Blue Fish have been caught on diamond jigs. Sea Mullet, Black Drum, Blue Fish and Grey Trout have been caught by those bottom fishing. Strong SW winds forecasted for the next couple of days.



Bonita were being caught all day long. Bluefish and some Spanish Mackeral were also being caught. Mullets were off and on all day.



Today started out with nice green water with Atlantic Bonito busting baits right off the front of the pier. Several Atlantic Bonito were decked and a few lost. Spanish Mackerel and Blue Fish were also caught on Got-Cha lure and Diamond jigs. As the wind speeds increased the water started get sandy. Winds and sandy water might not be good for the sight feeders but the sea mullet, black drum and spot like the brown sandy water. Yesterday was on the slow side for Sea Mullet but today seems to be a bit better.



Another day of good to decent fishing. There was a steady bite of nice sized Sea Mullet with some being caught two at a time. Those working the plugs and jigs where putting Atlantic Bonito on the deck. (Yes the ones with teeth and that are good to eat) Also caught on jig/plugs were Spanish Mackerel and Blue Fish.



Lots of Mullets were caught all day along with some Blues.



Lots and lots of Mullets with some Blues, small Flounder, Puffer Fish and Black Drum were caught.



More Mullets!



Some Blue Fish were caught along with the usual Mullets.



The first Spanish Mackerel was caught today along with Mullets, Black Drum and Puffer Fish



We have been having spring like days here at the coast with fish biting. Some days/nights are better then other with wind and/or tides being a factor. Mostly caught are Sea Mullet and Black Drum. A few Puffer Fish, Blue Fish, Trout and a Sting Ray now and again. Cut shrimp or blood worms fished on the bottom has been putting the fish in the coolers. With the warming waters Blue Fish will start to show in bigger number and the Chopper Blues will make their migratory swim up the coast with other fish species to follow.



Nice Black Drum being caught on the Pier the past few days! Check out this 5.9lb. drum caught this morning!!



Nice Sea Mullet caught on Seaview Pier this evening! Also catching Puffer fish today.


The weather was nicer today and the wind had died down. The Mullets were biting all day and we were starting to get some nice sized ones in the mix.


The weather was still a little windy and cool but the fish were biting. The Mullet bite was off and on all day with some Puffer fish thrown in the catch.


The 1st day of spring is 11 days away. Some fish are starting to bite but it's on the slow side since the water is still on the cooler side. Some nice sized Sea Mullet have been caught this week so each passing day the bite should keep picking up as we move into the yearly spring run.



Congratulations to Leroy on catching the first Virginia mullet of the year and there were also several puffers caught as well. Things are starting to pick up and we look forward to seeing everyone !!!

The annual Dogfish tournament was held February 20, 2021 and the awards were presented on February 21 as follows:


1st. Doug G. (10.1lbs)

2nd. Tim Chavez (10lbs)

3rd. Josh Sloop (9.9lbs)

Junior angler.

1.Ryleigh Yates (9.4lbs)

2.Adam Fisher (8.0lbs)

Thank you to all the participants in the Dogfish tournament!! A huge thank you to all the sponsors! Congratulations to all the winners! A wonderful day and great turnout! East Coast Sports Yopp Brothers Marine and Tackle Sportsmans Wholesale Phil Christman Bill Gorham
Steve Rochelle-Pirate Soggy Bottom Bait and Tackle