Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #24

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Saltwater- The Cobia bite is hot and getting hotter! Really big fish are being brought to the scales almost daily. Dave Madison of Sandston and friends caught Cobia up to 77lbs on June 6th.They were chumming in the CBBT area of the bay. Some are sight casting with good results, but sight casting usually gets better later in the season. Many fish over 50lbs have been caught over the last few days. Flounder action is heating up nicely, but hasn’t come full tilt just yet. Nice fish are coming from … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #23

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Saltwater- Cobia are arriving in good numbers and size and can be caught on both sides of the CBBT. Anglers are hooking up with them by both chumming and sight casting. Some really big fish have already been boated over the last week, included a 90lber! The shoals and structures of the CBBT area are giving up very nice catches of Red Drum. Large Sheepshead are being caught from the bridge-tunnel structures also. Croaker action is wide spread as anglers are catching them from the York, Piankatank, James, and Mobjack … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #22

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Saltwater – The saltwater scene is exploding with many choices of species to target. The newest member to arrive at the party is the Cobia. Many are being caught along the oceanfront, but inside the bay is also producing nice catches. Chumming is a great early season tactic, especially inside the bay, but others are casting jigs in the clearer water of the ocean. The Red Drum bite is also still rockin’. The shallows of Fisherman’s Island and Nautilus shoals are very much attracting fish. Live and cut bait such … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #21

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Saltwater – The Red Drum bite is red hot right now! Anglers are having excellent luck around the CBBT, Nautilus shoals, and the Nine-foot shoals. Folk are catching their fair share of Black Drum also. Croaker catches continue to rise in many places inside the bay. The York River is a popular place this time of year, and is producing well. Inside the James, Ocean View Pier, and Mobjack Bay have also been good for Croaker. Fishbites, bloodworms, and squid are all working. Flounder catches are on the rise now, as … Read More »