Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #25

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Saltwater- Red Drum continue to provide great action for those searching for them along the surface. Large schools can be spotted from reasonable distances and approached to slowly. Casting bucktails, or just about any lure will many times draw a strike. Folks are also catching them by fishing for them on the bottom with fresh cut bait. Shoal areas are typically good. Cobia fishing continues to improve as the weather gets warmer. On calmer, bright days, sight casters are having quite a busy time spotting plenty of fish. On cloudy … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #24

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Saltwater- Cobia action continues to heat up inside the bay. Water temps inside the bay are at 73 degrees this week. Sight casters have been enjoying good weather conditions over the last few days, resulting in many 40 – 50 lb fish. Chummers are having good luck also. Green Top pro Billy Nicar went out on Tuesday and landed a 44 lber while chumming. Another species doing well inside the bay, is the Red Drum. Schools of Reds can be found cruising just below the surface. Sometimes, Cobia will be … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #23

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Saltwater- Cobia fishing seems to get better by the day. More reports of these fish are coming from within the bay. Ellerson Disharoon of Richmond reported Cobia up to 37 inches from Wolftrap Light. Capt. Josh Saunders has been busy chasing down the Cobia for clients, yielding fish up to 67 lbs this week. Anglers fishing from Buckroe Pier have had great luck on the Cobia as well. A 75 lber, along with some 40 lb range fish have been landed from the pier this week. Sight casting with bucktails … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #22

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Saltwater- The Cobia bite is increasing rapidly, which is perfect for the opening of the season on June 1. Many catches are occurring along the oceanfront and at the mouth of the bay. Fish up to 65 inches have been reported this week. Another hot bite is the Red Drum bite. Loads of these brutes are being caught in many of the same places as the Cobia. In fact, Cobia can be found inside the schools of Drum. When the Drum are roaming in these giant schools, they are usually … Read More »