Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #35

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Saltwater- The mild weather hasn’t cooled the Cobia bite down as anglers continue to have great luck chasing these fish in the lower bay. Most are sight fishing for them, but those preferring to chum are having luck still. It seems that this year has been better on average, or perhaps the skill level of many anglers is improving. Those targeting Flounder continue to do well also. The CBBT offers a great amount of cover and habitat to attract the Flounder as well as anglers. Jigging and live bait presentations … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #34

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Saltwater – Plenty of big Cobia are being boated from the lower bay. Sometimes, small pods of 4-5 fish are being spotted and cast to with good results. Sight casting with bucktails, and live bait such as Croaker or eels is getting the job done. Casting to current breaks, like channel markers will draw up curious fish. Even sea life like sea turtles and rays will attract attention from Cobia as they swim behind or under them. It is not uncommon to catch Cobia near these creatures. Bottom fishing while … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #33

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Saltwater – Cobia are still the main interest inside the bay. Now, the sight casters have become more numerous than the chummers. Chumming is still productive, but more reports are coming in from sight casters. Bucktails and live Eels are the most popular offerings. Flounder action remains strong at the CBBT, lower bay reefs, and wrecks from both the bay and the ocean. Vertical jigging is very efficient, and becoming more and more popular. Drifting minnows with squid, or fresh bait strips is an old standby method. Red Drum catches … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #32

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Saltwater- The Bay-Bridge Tunnel offers multiple choices of species to target on any given day. David Madison of Sandston and friends recently fished the CBBT and caught Spadefish, Cobia, Red Drum, and sharks all in the same day. Where were the Flounder Dave? We are very fortunate to have such an incredible fish attraction within a couple hours from Richmond. That being said, Cobia catches continue to thrive in the lower bay. Chumming is still productive for Cobia, but be ready to tussle with Red Drum, Rays, and sharks. While … Read More »