Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #28

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Saltwater- Cobia action remains very strong in the bay. Anglers are having great luck sight casting and chumming throughout the bay, from the CBBT to Smith Point. Eels are good for both sight casting and chumming. Flounder fishing seems to be hit and miss, with excellent catches occurring one day and hardly any bites the next. However, there have been several fish over 8 lbs caught in the last week. The most consistent bite for Flounder has been on ocean wrecks. Spadefish are hot and heavy right now. In fact, … Read More »


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 #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 #20

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Saltwater- Cobia are being caught along the oceanfront and the mouth of the bay. Chumming is usually better early in the year, but anglers are becoming so adept at spotting these fish, that sight casting has already started. Look for catches inside the bay to increase very soon. Red Drum continue to bite inside the bay, mostly on the east side, and the seaside of the Eastern Shore. Black Drum will also be in the mix of Red catches. The Wachapreague area of the E.S. continues to provide excellent FlounderRead More »