Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #31

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Saltwater- Cobia remain to be the most sought after fish inside the bay these days. Charters and private boaters are hooking up with plenty of both large and small Cobia. Sight fishing has been the most productive, by far. More fish are being caught around the pilings of the CBBT and the marker buoys. Flounder fishing has improved slightly over the last few weeks, but many have chosen to target other species in the same areas, like Sheepshead,  and Triggerfish, due to the inconsistency of the Flounder fishing. Some impressive … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #30

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Saltwater- Cobia seemed to be off a bit last week. Conditions weren’t ideal the last part of last week. However, this week is already looking better. The forecast is looking good also. Sight casters are faring better, due to the amount of trash fish the chummers have to deal with. Schools of Red Drum are being found along the oceanfront and the ocean side of the bay bridge-tunnel. There has also been some Jack Crevalle sighted and caught. Spadefishing at the CBBT and the Ches. Light Tower has been very … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #29

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Saltwater- The water in the bay has been a little murky this week, making things a little harder for spotting fish. Cobia catches have been slightly down, but heavy fish are still being boated by persistent anglers. Those chumming are holding their own, but catches were still a little off this week. The off colored water made things tougher for the Spadefish anglers. Folks are sticking it out and still returning with limits, but a little more effort may have been required. The CBBT, and the Cell are very popular … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #27

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Saltwater- Cobia catches continue to improve throughout the bay. The Cobia interest is probably the greatest interest in bay fishing right now. The rougher days make it hard for the sight casters, but chumming under these conditions will often bring nice fish to the boat. Using plenty of chum is a big part of success. Sight casting is often done with live eels or bucktails. Flounder catches have been improving over the last few days in the lower bay, particularly at the CBBT. Live Spot is choice for the bigger … Read More »