Ready to get the most from your Sandbridge Beach experience? Do what the locals do!
Long-time Sandbridge residents know about hidden haunts the guidebooks overlook. So, why not follow their example? Bike along beautiful trails far off the beaten path. Explore beaches so private you can’t even get there by car. Cast your line for largemouth bass in the grass beds of peaceful Back Bay. Kayak right to the door of a legendry local eatery. And more!
As an angler, you know that the adventure of fishing is as much about the experience as it is reeling in the big one. If you’re used to one type of fishing (or fish), you’ll love the variety that awaits you in Sandbridge Beach, Virginia.
Boredom can sometimes be inevitable, whether you go camping, skiing, or to the beach no matter where you decide to vacation. Here are some activities that are the warriors to fight that battle for you when you visit Sandbridge and Virginia Beach.
As an angler, you know that the adventure of fishing is as much about the experience as it is reeling in the big one. If you’re used to one fishing (or fish), you’ll love the variety that awaits you in Sandbridge Beach, Virginia.
Thanks goes to Mandy Hough of Henrico, Virginia who recently stayed with Sandbridge Blue and gives us this well timed photo or her daughter Taylor down at the shoreline just as this boat passes off shore and speeding towards the fishing grounds.
While it is not unheard of to see a fishing boat this close to the coast, it is quite unusual to see one this close. Just to our north a few miles is Rudee Inlet which is home to a few marinas and fishing boats. Particularly in the fall you may see fisherman heading out to find the elusive rock fish or stripers which have been known to migrate close to the shore between Virginia Beach and Corolla, NC to our south.
This fisherman no doubt got a tip that the fish were to the south and he’s headed that way to find them.
Thanks again Mandy for your photo memories. We look forward to serving you and your family again soon.
All the best from the beach.
Temperatures are pleasant today, and we understand that fish don’t really mind it when it rains.
That brings us to today’s Memory Monday photo submission that was sent to us by Huilei Zhang, of Detroit, Michigan who visited Sandbridge Blue this past fall and decided to give some surf fishing a try one early morning.
Some folks don’t realize that Sandbridge has very good fishing available to visitors. While most do not do what Huilei is doing here in this photo (surf casting), and would rather head down to Little Island Fishing Pier, the fact is that some of the record catches in Virginia have taken place at Sandbridge.
The best time to go fishing, we hear, is right at sunrise like Huilei is pictured doing here, or you can take your chances at dusk. At either time fish fill their tummies before either a night time fast or a day full of activity.
The next time you are in Sandbridge you should rent a house from Sandbridge Blue and then give fishing a try just like Huilei did on his recent stay.
Thanks for sharing your photo memories. We look forward to serving you again soon.
All the best from the beach!