Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals

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Chesapeake Bay – Spot fishing has been very consistent and anglers are catching the biggest of the year. Inside the Rappahannock River it has been especially good. The York, James, and Potomac are all good choices. Bloodworms have been better than anything else, but bloodworm fishbites are good producers too. Croaker are still around at the HRBT, CBBT, and Mobjack Bay. Also good inside Mobjack Bay is the Puppy Drum and Speckled Trout bite. Topwater walkers have been good for bigger fish and Gulp! baits have been consistent attractors for … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals

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Chesapeake Bay– We’ve had some tough weather conditions to deal with lately, which have reduced the number of reports coming in, but some die-hard anglers have been able to venture out. Cobia catches are still being made inside the bay, but the better bite it seems, is the Red Drum inside the bay. The CBBT structures have produced the most notable catches, but reefs like Back River Reef and Bluefish Rock are holding good fish also. Redfish anglers are finding Drum in Mobjack Bay, the Piankatank River, and the Poquoson … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals

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Chesapeake Bay – Spot are increasing in size and numbers throughout the bay and the tributaries. Anglers are reporting full coolers of quality Spot from the Rappahannock, York, and the James, just to mention a few. Most report the best success with Bloodworms or bloodworm fishbites, and Gulp! bloodworms. The pilings of the CBBT have been yielding good numbers of Spadefish lately. The CBBT has been a steady producer of Flounder also. Weeding through throwbacks has been a common occurrence however. Live baiting and jigging buck tails have been steady producers, … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals

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Chesapeake Bay – The Cobia bite is still active in the bay, but most agree that they are on their way south. At the south end of the bay lies the CBBT, which is a great stopping place for many species of both baitfish and game fish. Sight casting the pilings and buoy markers can be productive. The CBBT is also an outstanding place for Flounder. September often yields the biggest Flounder of the year and the bridge-tunnel can be exceptional. Squid/minnow combinations are good for numbers of keepers, but live … Read More »