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 »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #28

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Saltwater- Cobia fishing remains very good. Chumming with fresh cut bait, such as Mullet, or live Eels has been the most popular. Sight casters have had some challenging conditions lately, but continue to hammer out quality fish. This bite usually increases once July and August arrive. Flounder fishing seems to be hit or miss, lately. Many are reporting slow results, while just as many are reporting excellent catches at the CBBT, lower bay reefs, and channel edges along the lower bay. Jigging has been producing more bites according to Greentop … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #27

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Saltwater- There are plenty of Cobia to be had inside the bay and along the oceanfront. Chumming is still very productive throughout the bay, but sight fishing is gaining momentum. Once fish are spotted, toss a live eel, Croaker, or bucktail in front of the fish. Many are having luck with orange, pink, and chartreuse colored bucktails. This bite will continue for a while. Another bite that is progressing well is the Flounder bite. Anglers are having great luck catching limits with traditional Flounder rigs, dropping live bait, and vertical … Read More »