Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #12

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Saltwater– The saltwater buzz is about the Tuna bite right now. Both Bluefin and Yellowfin are being caught from Oregon-Inlet charters. The deep drop bite for Tilefish, Rosefish, and Grouper is still very much alive. Seabass are being caught frequently, but must be released for now. Tautog are available on ocean wrecks when weather conditions allow.

Freshwater – Saturday the 21st will be the first Priority Series Tournament (Bass) of the season. Osbourne Landing will be the launch and weigh-in site. The recent warm temps have Bass moving shallow and reacting … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #11

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Saltwater- Bluefin Tuna catches are increasing greatly. A 405lber was caught on Monday,  and since then,  several 200 plus lbers have also been caught. Most are coming from Oregon – Inlet charters, but a few are going out of Rudee Inlet. Tilefish are biting well when anglers are able to target them with favorable weather conditions. Tautog are also a good option on ocean structures.

Freshwater – The warm weather has ignited several species this week. The tidal river Ring Perch have turned on in several places, such as the Rappahannock … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #10

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Saltwater – Bluefin Tuna have been reported from Oregon – Inlet charters. Bluefins up to 95 inches have been boated. On Wednesday, many were caught, but none were keepers. A few nice Trout were caught from inshore boats this week. Tautog are available on ocean wrecks, but interest is low due to unfavorable conditions on both sea and land.

Freshwater – Weather conditions continue to hinder anglers from getting out and reporting catches. Many of the pits on the lower James are iced over, limiting areas of less current for Bass … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #9

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Saltwater– Anglers don’t have a lot to choose from due to ice, snow, and frigid water temperatures. Speckled Trout are about the only option right now. However, fish kills and icy ramps are causing many to lose interest. The Elizabeth River still offers opportunities for trophy Trout, but the bite is slow. Some areas of the James River can offer a good option compared to the Elizabeth. Ocean wrecks provide opportunities for Tautog but again, conditions can make launching a boat interesting. Tilefish are another species up for grabs for … Read More »