Custom Made Jigs
New colors: Orange Crab, Blue Crab and Black/Blue Sparkle
1/4, 3/8 and 1/2 oz.
Buzzbaits 1/4 and 3/8 oz.
These jigs are made to our specifications with colors we created.
Welcome to Surfside Bait and Tackle located in the heart of Mechanicsville, Virginia. We are a local tackle shop offering outstanding customer service along with great product knowledge and up-to-date fishing reports. We have everything you need for fishing anywhere from your favorite pond to the Atlantic Ocean. Let us help you gear up for your next fishing trip.
Tournament angler, Robert Bruguiere is here to offer free advice. His fishing resume includes Rayovac Championships, BASS opens, BFL Super Tournaments.
- Squid (whole, tube, boxed)
Fishing & Hunting
We now stock
REBEL, YUM and
Current hours as follows:
Monday - Friday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
Sunday 6 a.m. to 4 p.m.
WE ACCEPT CASH OR CHECK ONLY FOR LICENSES
Check out the new
Luck "E" Strike Rick Clunn baits. We have crankbaits and jerkbaits in stock now.
BIG BITE BAITS
3" Dean Rojas Fighting Frog now in 25 ct. pro packs.
Zoom Z-Craws in stock in 7 colors.
Rivah Life shirts, hats, visors, cups and coolies now in stock. You should see the new crab logo!
We have a large selection of Lew's reels in stock now. Baitcasters and spinning reels to fit every situation.
RODS, RODS AND MORE RODS...
Okuma; Penn; Shimano; Tsunami ....and more.
10 LB BAG - $2.49
20 LB BAG - $3.99
Customer Dalton Purcell with a hawg. 8lb, 4oz. 22-1/4" long
Enigma Rods are here! We have Phenom and Aaron's Edge in stock. Receive a free hat with each Enigma rod purchase.
NEW COBIA REGULATIONS EFFECTIVE JUNE 1ST. REPORTING WILL BE VOLUNTARY THIS YEAR.
May 24, 2016: After a 4 ½ hour debate, the Virginia Marine Resources Commission voted today to not close the recreational cobia season in June, as requested by the National Marine Fisheries Service following unexpectedly high catch rates last year that likely indicates overfishing of the Georgia through New York stock of cobia. The Commission did raise the size limit from 37 to 40 inches, kept a one-fish per person possession limit, instituted a two-fish daily vessel limit, allowing only one of those fish to be more than 50 inches, for all vessels including for-hire (charter and head boats). The Commission also voted prohibited the gaffing of cobia by recreational anglers. In addition, the Commission decided to close the fishery on August 30 and will begin a reporting system for recreational anglers to report their cobia catches to the agency. The Commission had been requested by the National Marine Fisheries Service to close the recreational cobia fishery on June 20 because federal data showed the Georgia-New York allowable recreational catch of cobia was greatly exceeded in 2015 and Virginia alone caught the entire coastal quota.