Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #36

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Salt Water- Spot fishing continues to be very good throughout the bay. Bloodworms, and Fishbites in the bloodworm scent, are what most are having the best luck with. Strong results have been coming from inside the Rappahannock River, Buckroe Pier, Lynnhaven Pier, the Monitor- Merrimac tunnel, and inside Rudee Inlet. Speckled Trout have started to show themselves inside Rudee also, When the Spot arrive in these inlets, many species of game-fish follow, including Flounder, Drum, etc. Large Red Drum are being encountered throughout the bay, but many reports are coming … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #34

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Saltwater- The Spot run has started, and anglers are catching them throughout the bay. Most days are pretty good, but the recent rainy days slowed things down a bit. Lynnhaven Pier has been a good place in the lower bay, but inside the Rappahannock has been good also. Bloodworms have been working best. Cobia action remains great, as catches continue to occur throughout the bay. Casting to navigation buoys can be more productive during this time, over others. Some fortunate anglers have encountered the schools of Red Drum, ¬†which have … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #33

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Saltwater- The Spot run is increasing throughout the bay. Reports are excellent from Lynnhaven Pier, the JRB, and the Rappahannock River. Bloodworms have been best. These areas have also been good for the Puppy Drum and Speckled Trout. Flounder action has picked up, but recent rough weather has slowed things down this week, and could get worse, if we receive more tropical storms. However, ocean wrecks have been consistent for the Flounder. Cobia action close to the CBBT has been good, despite the foul weather. Anglers are adapting well to … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #32

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Saltwater- Cobia action remains very good. Anglers are reporting that these fish may have started to migrate out of the bay, but large fish are still being caught within bay waters. Jeff and Trevor Brooks of Ashland, boated Cobia on Wed. that measured 57 and 52 inches. Sight fishing for these fish has been best lately. Spadefish are still being caught along the bridge- tunnel, and from structures inside the bay, like the Cell. Many are reporting smaller fish however. Flounder fishing is still hit or miss, but Sept. is … Read More »