James River Blue Catfish Guide offering Catfishing Trips in Virginia!
Fish Unlimited Guide Service, Inc. is a Catfishing Charter Service known for catching Trophy Blue Cats on the James River, based out of Richmond, Virginia, and also available for surrounding areas Chesterfield, Chester, Hopewell, and Henrico County.
Captain Chuck would like to share his passion for fishing with you!
Providing you with the exciting opportunity of a lifetime to catch Citation Blue Catfish on the Historic James River.
You will find the catfishing charter service provided by Fish Unlimited Guide Service, Inc. to be professional, friendly, and knowledgeable.
Old Dominion Catfish Club / Bottom Dwellers Tackle Catfish Tournament, December 14th, 2013
We took second place with 112.10 pounds.
Chan Puryear, Chris Eberwein, 63.60 and 50.15. Total: 113.75
Chuck Jarvis, Fred Wolfrey, 45.40 and 66.70. Total 112.10
Mic Topping, Ty Topping, 39.90 and 42.45. Total: 82.35
Recent James River catfishing trip photos!
42 pounds. August 9th, 2014
32 pounds. August 9th, 2014
45 pounds. June 21st, 2014
30 pounds. June 21st, 2014
62 pounds. April 25th, 2014
60 pounds. April 19th, 2014
April 6th 2014. 55 pound Blue Catfish.
April 3rd 2014. 48 pound Blue Catfish.
March 19th 2014. 75 pound Citation Blue Catfish.
March 19 2014. 75 pounds, 42 pounds, 30 pounds.
We won the Old Dominion Catfish Club Tournament!!
October 19, 2013
We won with a total weight of 102.68
Our second win this year out of four tournaments.
Here are the pictures:
Day or Night - Year Round Trips
Day Trip - September through May
Night Trip - June through September
Full Time Guide
7 Days A Week
One of the largest species of catfish is the blue catfish. The blue catfish can reach lengths of 65 inches and weigh up to 150 pounds. The current state record is 143 pounds. The blue catfish will eat any type of fish that it can catch but favorites include shad and herring. Reeling in a monster
blue cat is a thrill like no other and fun for the whole family!
The James River
The beautiful James River stretches 348 miles from the Appalachian Mountains to the Chesapeake Bay. It has been used as a major waterway for centuries and was
once known as the Powatan River. The James River is home to the blue catfish and the Atlantic sturgeon as well as the largemouth bass, white perch, and striper. There are also many recreational adventures to enjoy such as canoeing, water skiing, hiking, and many more. Let Fish Unlimited Guide Service, Inc. share the excitement of fishing and the beauty of the James River with you today!
Contact Captain Chuck now to book your trip!
FALL AND WINTER
CATFISHING TRIPS 2014!!!
Captain Chuck did a good job for us. I asked him to fish hard for us and he delivered . We played the patience game not giving up when the bite was slow in the summer. We caught three very nice blue catfish that where a blast to reel in ..the fight these blue cats put up is unreal. If Captain chuck can do this when the bite is slow..then I can only imagine how it would be when the bite is good. Thanks for a fine fishing trip Captain chuck.
One word AWESOME...Best day of fishing in a long time. Captain Chuck is a top notch guy and guide. Very skilled fisherman with a lot of attention to detail. Wanted to catch big fish and that's what Captain Chuck led us to do. Cant wait till next time.
The best guide service in Virginia! Captain Chuck put us on the biggest cat's I've ever seen. I've fished the James for 15 years and have never caught catfish that big. He is very professional and knowledgeable about what he does. We will be going back every year. Thanks again captain chuck! !!!!
If you are looking for a GREAT GUIDE you can stop looking, CAPTAIN CHUCK is the BEST GUIDE on the James !!!. We fished 4-11-14 and 4-12-14, the bite was very slow, wind very high, but that never stopped Chuck, he busted his butt looking for citation fish for us, while other guides were coming up empty we were pulling out Blues, even after getting a citation fish in the boat he continued to work for us, (getting multiple hook-ups on really big fish), trying everything he new to get another one in the boat. I have used multiple Guide services in several states and Chuck is the hardest working Guide out there. If you don't catch the Blues its because there not biting, Period.