Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals

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Chesapeake Bay – The Cobia bite is still active in the bay, but most agree that they are on their way south. At the south end of the bay lies the CBBT, which is a great stopping place for many species of both baitfish and game fish. Sight casting the pilings and buoy markers can be productive. The CBBT is also an outstanding place for Flounder. September often yields the biggest Flounder of the year and the bridge-tunnel can be exceptional. Squid/minnow combinations are good for numbers of keepers, but live … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals

Posted on by Green Top.

Chesapeake Bay– Anglers targeting Cobia can still expect good action within the bay. Sight casters with Eels and bucktails are cruising the CBBT structures, buoys, and tide lines with good success. Fish in the 60lb range are being spotted frequently. Flounder action is very good at the bridge tunnel structures and lower bay reefs. Using a squid/minnow combo has been consistent for keeper sized fish, but good sized Spot seem to be preferred by the larger Flounder. Jigging bucktails with Gulp! trailers and strip baits is another good method for … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals

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Chesapeake Bay – The Cobia bite is still strong in the bay, but sight casters have been out scoring the bottom fishing anglers. Many choose to use Eels. Others prefer bucktails. The structures of the CBBT, The Baltimore Channel, and channel markers are good places to look. Fish up to 70lbs have been weighed in this week. The water clarity of the lower bay is looking good and getting better. This is especially important for Flounder success. This bite is also strong, just be prepared to weed through Oyster Toads, and … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals

Posted on by Green Top.

Chesapeake Bay – Cobia fishing remains very good inside the bay. Conditions were ideal for sight casters during Saturday’s open Cobia tournament. The winning fish was 64+lbs, which is not a monster sized fish, but many other quality sized fish were caught. Chumming for Cobia is still very reliable, but sharks are still a pesky by-catch for bottom fishing anglers. The bite is good from the CBBT to the mouth of the Potomac. Also quite popular and productive now is the Flounder bite. Reliable locations include the CBBT, artificial reefs … Read More »