Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #28

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Saltwater- Cobia fishing remains very good. Chumming with fresh cut bait, such as Mullet, or live Eels has been the most popular. Sight casters have had some challenging conditions lately, but continue to hammer out quality fish. This bite usually increases once July and August arrive. Flounder fishing seems to be hit or miss, lately. Many are reporting slow results, while just as many are reporting excellent catches at the CBBT, lower bay reefs, and channel edges along the lower bay. Jigging has been producing more bites according to Greentop … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #27

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Saltwater- There are plenty of Cobia to be had inside the bay and along the oceanfront. Chumming is still very productive throughout the bay, but sight fishing is gaining momentum. Once fish are spotted, toss a live eel, Croaker, or bucktail in front of the fish. Many are having luck with orange, pink, and chartreuse colored bucktails. This bite will continue for a while. Another bite that is progressing well is the Flounder bite. Anglers are having great luck catching limits with traditional Flounder rigs, dropping live bait, and vertical … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #26

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Saltwater- Cobia seem to be everywhere. Most are coming from within the bay, but good catches are still being made from ocean waters. Chumming has been very good lately, but sight casting is becoming more and more productive each day. Local guides are coming in with multiple trophy sized fish daily. The Flounder bite seems to increase daily also. Lower Bay structures, such as artificial reefs, and the CBBT, are yeilding quality fish. This bite should continue to increase as a summer progresses. The old stand-by Flounder rigs with strip … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #25

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Saltwater– Cobia are drawing the most attention inside the bay as the bite is very strong. Chumming is probably more popular now, but sight casters are scoring well. Live eels or bucktails are what most choose to cast out once fish are spotted. Anglers are also encountering schools of Red Drum cruising along the surface. Casting bucktails to these brutes is usually a reliable method for hooking up. Red Drum are also being caught at the CBBT structures on live and cut bait. 50inch fish are not uncommon. The Flounder … Read More »