Book Your 2015 Jet Ski Fishing Adventure With Jet Ski Brian Today


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There’s only a couple more weeks and winter will finally be behind us. The only good thing about the winter is that it has allowed me some time to grab some good pictures of the bald eagles that have lived around my house for seven years now. I still have been making it out on the water to take in the sights but fishing has been slow.

Things will start to get better with every week that passes, so now is the time to book a Jet Ski Fishing and Adventures trip. Jet Ski Fishing and Adventures, Inc., takes individuals and small groups on fishing trips and personalized sightseeing tours. You can ride your very own rigged-up jet ski provided by us and guided by Jet Ski Brian himself.

Destinations include New Point Comfort Light, Chesapeake Light Tower offshore of Virginia Beach, and the wetlands and marshes of Poquoson. Each tour is personalized to the needs and desires of our customers. Whether you are looking for an exhilarating fishing adventure or in the mood for some sightseeing, Jet Ski Fishing and Adventures has something for everyone. Now is your chance to experience the thrill of PWC fishing with me, Jet Ski Brian.

Recently, Todd West wrote, “I have been from the Eastern Shore to the Outer Banks to the Bahamas with Bryan and you will appreciate his attention to detail and his desire to show you the best of this great sport that we have come to love.”

brian-with-wahoo-33Likewise, Ted Sensenbrenner reviewed his adventure with Brian, “To many the thrill of PWC fishing is the self-reliance required and the puffery that comes with man versus nature. When it comes to fishing, a PWC is actually versatile. It’s easy to troll, jig, or simply drift fish. You can anchor easily and use it as a dive platform or stand to spear fish.”

Finally, “As we reached the Southern Tower and started to rig up, I watched Brian crank in his first amberjack. What a sight! You soon forget how tiring it is as the excitement of a big fish grabbing your lure takes over. I think all in all, we each landed a dozen, with one of mine being the largest at 45 inches.” Jerry Aycock wrote. “Brian started a new niche in our sport.”

You can also pay attention here, at The Watercraft Journal. I will be contributing jet ski fishing articles here all year. There’s lot of great PWC info there. So until then, here are some jet ski and recent pictures I have taken recently. Enjoy!

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Brian Lockwood

Starting with a used '01 Yamaha SUV 1200, Brian logged 450 hours of riding and fishing within 18 months. Since then, he has become an ambassador for PWC fishing, providing presentations for Bass Pro Shops, national fishing competitions, and boat shows. His blog www.JetSkiBrian.com and subsequent posts on Atlantic Anglers and Tidalfish bring in over 15,000 readers with each post.

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  1. JohnLockwood 1 February, 2015 at 13:14 Reply

    Brian is my brother so you know I am biased. This is the absolute best way to fish the waters of the Chesapeake Bay and coastal Virginia. The sights are amazing and it truly is an adventure when you do it on a PWC. Brian knows the area and has a knack for finding the fish. The best part is it is FUN!

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