BAY – Cobia are still available inside the bay, but good fish are also being caught in ocean waters. Sight casters are having better luck with live fish rather than eels as of late. Bottom fishing is also good, but many more anglers are sight fishing. The Flounder bite is closer to what it should be. Live bait, strip bait, and Gulp! baits continue to produce, but the live bait presentations excel for bigger fish. The CBBT structures are giving up the better fish, along with numbers of fish. Triggerfish … Read More »
The 2013 Virginia Sporting Clays Championship was held Aug. 22-25 at Primland in Meadows of Dan, VA. It was a beautiful setting! One of our pros, Travis Barrett, participated in the event and performed well. There were 154 people that participated in the event spanning several Classes. Travis shot in D-Class and here are his results:
Preliminary Event D-Class (18 people):
1st Place Finish (82 out of 100)
Main Event D-Class (26 people):
1st Place Finish (151 out of 200)
He scored so well that he accrued enough points to move to C-Class!
Travis tries to shoot … Read More »
BAY – Cobia are still a big interest in the lower bay. Pods of 10-15 fish can be seen cruising the surface near the CBBT. York Spit is still harboring fish, especially for those bottom fishing and chumming. Most will use live bait such as eels and small Spot or Croaker. Buoy running is also popular right now. a 56+lber was weighed in at Va. Beach Fishing Center within the last few days. Lately, there’s been a surge in large Trigger fish caught, mainly at the CBBT. Flounder fishing in … Read More »
American Hunter (an NRA Publication)
“Where’s the Ammo?”
It is consumer demand that keeps supplies of ammo nationwide low—and prices high. To figure out why, you might ask your neighbor.
The NRA is regularly inundated with letters from members requesting an explanation of the nationwide ammo shortage. Some folks merely vent their frustration over the amount of ammo they are able to acquire for range sessions. Some complain about the jump in prices; they insist it can’t all be explained by supply and … Read More »