Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals

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Chesapeake Bay – This week has been very good for big Rockfish in the lower bay. The area from the CBBT to bouy 40 has been on. A 58lber was just caught earlier this week. Eeling has been producing the majority of bigger fish, but trolling has been a good back up. Stretch’s, parachutes, and mojos are probably the most popular. Schoolies can be encountered just about anywhere, but most are reporting smaller fish under the big clouds of diving birds. The speckled Trout remains an alternative when conditions aren’t … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals

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Chesapeake Bay -  Fishing for Rockfish had been hit or miss for many. Big fish are being caught, just not in big numbers. The bigger fish are mostly being caught on eels from the east side of the bay between 36 and 40. The CBBT structures offer excellent possibilities and results when conditions allow anglers to present their bait effectively.  Good keepers are still being caught inside the rivers like the Potomac, Rappahannock, York, and James. The James and Potomac have been yielding better reports lately. The bridge structures on the … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals

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Dec. 4th, 2014

Chesapeake Bay– Rockfish of all sizes are being caught throughout the lower bay right now. Schoolies seem to be everywhere, from inside the rivers to the bridge tunnel. Night fishing is still more productive for casters along the structures of the CBBT. The bigger fish seem to be favoring eels, which they often do this time of year. Whether you’re bottom fishing structures of drifting along drop offs, eels are working very well. Trolling is very popular and productive just about anywhere. Stretch 25’s, big spoons, umbrella rigs, … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals

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Chesapeake Bay – Large Rockfish have invaded the bay! Fish up to 50lbs have been reported over the last week. Anglers using eels in the Cape Charles area are boating bigger fish with greater regularity. Trolling is another popular method for locating active feeders when birds aren’t present to alert the presence of game fish and bait. Fishing inside the tidal rivers has also been yielding better quality fish. Jigging drop-offs inside the Potomac and Rapp has been good for fish up to 15lbs. The MMBT, HRBT, and The JRB … Read More »