Check out was started as a great trip offshore, fishing for flounder and Seabass until a very large BATTLESHIP came along for a visit! We might not have limited out, but you don't get a look this close at sea very often. Happy Shooting to the Men and Women of Warship 58, the USS Laboon. and THANK YOU for your Service!
Virginia Outdoors with Scott Gregg. Exploring and participating in classic southern traditions of fishing, outdoor cooking and hunting. Scott believes that to keep these traditions alive, new people need to be able to both learn how to enjoy God's creation, and it's harvests, but also learn how to prepare those wonderful dishes that many people will never get to enjoy. Join us as we fish the salt and fresh waters of Virginia and the Outer Banks of NC and create amazing dishes with our catch! Scott is also Co-Captain of Wreckless Sport Fishing Charters, specializing in Flounder, Tilefish, Black Sea Bass, Trigger fish and Spade Fish.
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Part 2 Flounder Pounder Trip - Sea Bass Limit off shore of VA Beach
This is part 2 of that engineer buddy flounder pounder trip. We finished out the day with a 4 man limit of seabass after catching our Limit of flounder! Wreck fishing off shore of Virginia beach is a lot of fun and a great way to fill a freezer! Grab a local charter if you don't have a capable boat and get out there. There are a lot of great small charters in VA Beach that specialize in this kind of fishing. (Including ours) Join one and have your own offshore adventure.Read full story
Flounder Pounder - VA Beach Offshore Wreck Fishing Limit!
Join us on another Flounder Pounder adventure! We put a couple of Engineer friends on a LIMIT of great flounder wreck fishing offshore of Virginia Beach. Team Wreckless strikes again in this Part 1 of a great day that resulted in a limit of BOTH Flounder and Black Seabass in the same day! Part 2 will have the sea bass art and some really cool underwater footage too! Make sure you click that + button to follow me and check out our other videos in my profile.Read full story
Small Neighborhood Lake near home has GREAT CRAPPIE FISHING!
Evan and I visit a small neighborhood lake right down the road from our home, just outside of Richmond and pound some nice crappie! We got a stringer full in just a couple hours. If you can locate a small lake like this that you can get on, you'll typically do very well with Crappie and even bass. They usually have light fishing pressure and a LOT of fish. Some of these encourage you to keep your catch, others like you to release everything so make sure you know the rules, so you get invited back.Read full story
Shad fishing - Downtown Richmond, VA
The shad fishing continues with this evening trip in downtown Richmond. We put in at Ancarrows Landing and fished just downstream of the I95 bridge. The bite is on, and this is a fun way to spend an afternoon. It tends to get crowded on the weekend once the word get's out so if you can slip down after work and fish until dark, you'll have less traffic on the river. Shad, Sometimes called "River Herring" come in two subspecies during this run. Hickory Shad, and the larger American Shad. Both think they are Tarpon and fight very well with some exciting jumps mixed in.Read full story
Trophy Spadefish at the Chesapeake Light Tower off VA beach
Come along as we catch a limit of trophy spadefish offshore of Virginia Beach at the Chesapeake light tower. These are the hardest fighting fish pound for pound in the area. They are great eating and challenging to catch. Spadefish fight extremely hard and have small hard mouths. Meaning you can't "horse" these fish in. Fishing for them usually involves a crowds so patience is a must as is a good attitude. Going during the week can help minimize crowds. There are a lot of great charters that can put you on spadefish out of Virginia Beach. Leave a comment and we can give a few recommendations if you need it.Read full story
James River Shad Fishing - Downtown Richmond
Shad fishing with my buddy Steve Taylor and his son Will. We got into a nice bunch of them right in downtown Richmond. This "right of spring" tradition goes back 100 years in Richmond and is a very popular fishery. The best time to go is on a weekday afternoon to avoid big crowds.Read full story
Solo Crappie Jigging - Richmond VA
On this early spring day I went crappie fishing on a private neighborhood lake near Richmond, VA. Jigging up a cooler full of Crappie is a fun way to spend an afternoon. This is simple and fun fishing, great for all ages, and cost very little to get into.Read full story
VA Beach Wreck fishing - Sea Bass Limit Part 2
Part 2 fishing with Wreck Dog Sport Fishing as we go after a limit of Black sea bass fishing a couple of the wrecks offshore of Virginia Beach. Wreck Dog is one of several small charter fishing operations that offers trips that are like fishing with friends. Sea Bass are one of the best tasting fish you can catch and they are plentiful on the wrecks. A trip like this is something you remember for a lifetime.Read full story
Tautog Fishing at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel
Early spring Tautog fishing at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel is usually what helps stir crazy anglers get warmed back up after the winter. These light biting but hard fighting bottom fish are a lot of fun, but a challenge to catch. This short trip got us some meat to take home and a fun time back on the water on a warm spring day. Follow us with that + button up there and check out my profile for more fun fishing videos!Read full story
Trolling for Crappie in Central Virginia
Join us as we fill up a stringer with Virginia Crappie in Hanover County near Richmond. We'll show you the rig we're using and how we fish it as we catch a bunch of the best eating freshwater fish Virginia has to offer. We fish freshwater lakes and rivers around the Richmond Va area as well as saltwater out of Virginia beach. Make sure to follow us to enjoy more of these adventures and to learn how to clean and cook the things you catch! #huntfishcookRead full story
Tuna Fishing out of Oregon Inlet
Come along as we chase Yellowfin Tuna offshore of Oregon Inlet in the Outer Banks (OBX) of North Carolina. OI is right in the Nags Head area and is very easy to get too, but you will want an experienced captain to get you safely out and back into the inlet. This is something you can enjoy by grabbing a charter if you don’t have a boat (or the experience) and there is nothing quite like the blue water adventure of these great fighting (and DELICIOUS!) fish. Recipes also coming to the channel here so be sure to FOLLOW ME and check back often!Read full story
Easy Sushi Spicy Mayo Recipe
This easy spicy mayo recipe is great on your favorite sushi but is also good on burgers, hot dogs or sausages, french fries and just about anything you might put ketchup, mustard or mayo on. Give it a try and it will become a favorite of the house. You can make it as spicy as you like very easily. Check out my other easy sushi videos by clicking on my profile and following me with the plus button.Read full story
Make Sushi at Home - Simple TUNA ROLLS!
I’ll show you how simple it is to make Sushi Tuna Rolls at home. We caught our Tuna in a previous video in the Outer Banks of NC. You can use fresh caught tuna or buy tuna from a seafood market to make this easy recipe. We’ll start with the Sushi rice, and roll up some of the best simple tuna rolls you’ll ever make. California Rolls recipe is coming to our page soon so make sure to follow me and check out the other videos in my profile for more.Read full story