Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2016 #46

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Saltwater- Rockfish are the big attraction inside the bay and it’s tributaries right now. Many of the better fish seem to be coming from the lower bay, such as the CBBT, the mouth of the James, and York rivers. Jigging has been good lately, especially at the mouth of the Potomac ,  and Rappahannock rivers. Trolling hasn’t quite taken off yet, but Eeling is becoming more productive. The Cape Charles area is always popular for eelers. Night fishing continues to be better  while fishing around bridge structures. Lipless crankbaits, swimbaits, … Read More »

“Where’s the Ammo?” from the American Hunter Sept. 2013 (an NRA Publication)

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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.

By Jon Draper

September, 2013


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 »