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 »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #31

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Saltwater- Cobia seem to be everywhere in the lower bay right now. The catches being made are numerous and of excellent size.Fish over 70 lbs have been caught this week and over the weekend. Chumming has been steady, which is a little unusual this late in July. Take along plenty of chum, and set out baits like eels, cut mullet or live Croaker. Sight casters normally prefer eels or bucktails.Sight casters can sometimes catch Cobia under Sea Turtles or Rays, so be on the lookout for these targets as well. … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #30

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Saltwater- Cobia continue to be a popular target due to the high catch rates throughout the lower bay. Chumming for them is still productive, but sight fishing for them is becoming more widespread. Eels work with either method, but buck tails are very effective once fish are spotted. The pilings of the CBBT provide current breaks, creating ideal ambush spots for both the Cobia and anglers. These pilings are also great attractors  for many species, such as Flounder. Keeping baits or lures in the cover is the ticket. Slow trolling … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #29

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Saltwater– Most of the action in the bay is being dominated by Cobia and Flounder. Impressive catches of both are happening nearly every day. Large Cobia are still being caught by those chumming. Sight casting is usually more productive in July and August, but again, chumming is still very productive. It seems as though the whole lower bay, from the Rapp to the bridge-tunnel, is teaming with Cobia. The same almost holds true for the Flounder. However, the CBBT gets and usually produces the most action for Flatties. Jigging with … Read More »