Virginia Tidal Rivers
Welcome to Virginia's Tidal Rivers offer some of the states' most exciting and unique fishing opportunities. With unparalleled beauty and species diversity, our tidal rivers provide anglers of all skill levels a fishing experience of a lifetime.

My name is Capt. Ralph Magee Jr and I've created this site to share my passion for fishing and exploring the Tidal Rivers of Virginia. Since the tides keep the water moving, it is rarely cold enough to prevent anglers from accessing the river through each of the four seasons. In fact, the winter months provide reprieve from recreational boat traffic and nothing short of outstanding fishing and wildlife experiences.

This site should serve as a resource to both my clients and my friends. I hope you will find to be interactive and informational. Feel free to contact us if you have specific information you would find useful. I look forward to experiencing the river with you!

Where and what do we fish?
We can fish the James, Pamunkey, Mattaponi, Potomac, Rappahannock, and the York Rivers. We can also fish impounds like Buggs Island, Kerr Lake, Lake Anna, Chickahominy River, Chickahominy Lake, Lake Chesdin and Lake Gaston.

Fish we may catch include Bass (includes Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass and Spotted Bass), Catfish (includes Blue Catfish, Flathead Catfish, Channel Catfish and White Catfish) Sunfish, Crappie, Stiffbacks, White Perch, Ring Perch, Yellow Perch, Spot, Croaker, Flounder, Stripers, Rockfish, Grey Trout, Weakfish, Speckled Trout, Puppy Drum, Redfish, Blue Fish, Dolphin, Tuna, Cobia, King Mackerel and Spanish Mackerel. Shad (includes Gizzard Shad, Mud Shad, American Shad, Hickory Shad), and Herring.


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