14 year old Michael Cox of King William will be competing in The Bass Federation Junior World Championship near Shreveport, LA. Way to go Michael!
CHESAPEAKE BAY- Cobia continue to bite well throughout the lower bay. Chumming has been a successful method for many anglers lately, particularly in the area of York Spit, which is usually produces fish year after year. Cobia catches weighing in the mid sixties were common this past week. Sight casting is also very productive when ideal conditions are present. If you’re targeting Spadefish, focus on wrecks, … Read More »
CHESAPEAKE BAY – Lots of Cobia are still being caught throughout the lower bay. York Spit has been particularly good lately. The structures of the CBBT are also a steady producer of Cobia. When conditions allow, sight fishing is typically more productive, but chumming while anchored is working when less favorable sight fishing conditions are present. Many anglers are targeting Spadefish at the CBBT, The Cell, and Wolf Trap Light. Chumming is a good method to attract these hard fighting fish also. Using chum can and usually does attract other … Read More »
CHESAPEAKE BAY- Impressive catches of Cobia are occurring every day.The area of the CBBT has been best. Sight casting with eels, live Spot or Croaker, and Bucktails have been yielding more fish in a days time. Bottom fishing is still productive, but when conditions dictate, sight fishing is better, but dedicating to this method is crucial. York Spit, Latimer Shoals and the Middle Grounds areas are all good choices. Bill Cox of Prince George landed two Cobia, 41″ and 46″, earlier this week. Flounder have showed up at the cell … Read More »
CHESAPEAKE BAY – Many varieties of fish are available at the CBBT + other bay structures right now. Spadefish can be seen by the hundreds hanging around the pilings of the bridge. Use clam on floats or drift offerings on light weights according to the tide. Fluorocarbon usually works best. Spadefish are also being caught at the Cell and Wolf Trap Light. Black Drum up to 25lbs have been caught at the 4th island recently. Anglers targeting Flounder often catch the Drum. The other species of Drum, the Red Drum, … Read More »