CHESAPEAKE BAY – Cobia action remains good in the lower bay, with reports of a few fish over the 60lb mark. The CBBT structures, York Spit, and buoy markers continue to attract fish. Sight fishing usually yields more fish daily, but chumming also continues to work. Live eels have been the best bait, whether chumming or sight casting. The Flounder bite has picked up inside the bay. Good reports are coming from Buoy 42, the CBBT structures, and artificial reefs, like Back River Reef. Folks covering more water with Flounder rigs … Read More »
CHESAPEAKE BAY – There’s still plenty of Cobia around whether you target them, or just happen to be at the right place at the right time. The CBBT is a good place for either. Many anglers cruise the spans searching for these hard fighting fish. An eel or bucktail should be at the ready at all times. Chumming is also working, especially in the area of York Spit. Flounder fishing inside the bay is frustrating to many anglers right now, causing them to move to ocean structures, or target other … Read More »
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 »