Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2016 #37

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Saltwater-  The White Marlin and Dolphin action remains red hot! Blue Marlin are also being boated , along with Yellowfin, and Wahoo. The Wahoo bite tends to improve in Oct. Deep dropping for Blueline  and Golden Tilefish is good right now also. Ocean wrecks are producing plenty of Flounder and Seabass. The structures of the CBBT are yielding excellent catches of Sheepshead, Red Drum, and Flounder. Crabs are excellent bait for the Sheeps. For Drum, cut bait is good, but many are being caught while targeting other species, such as … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2016 #36

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Saltwater- The Spot bite continues to increase throughout the bay. Places like Lynnhaven Pier and Inlet, Willoughby Bay, and Buckroe Pier are reporting good catches almost daily. Inside the Rappahannock has been good also. Bloodworms have been the best bait, but Fishbites are good once the fish are located. It’s a good idea to bring along fresh Bloodworms though. reports from Rudee Inlet have been slow. The Red Drum bite remains excellent throughout the bay also. Anglers are finding them at the CBBT, on artificial reefs in the lower bay, … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2016 #35

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Saltwater- September is usually an exciting month for saltwater fishing. Big numbers of Spot are typically caught just about everywhere. Inside the Rappahannock, York, and the Potomac Rivers, Lynnhaven Pier, Oceanview Pier, and the CBBT Pier, are all reporting catches of Spot. This bite will surely improve as Sept. progresses. Bloodworms have been best, but Sabiki rigs with Fishbites produce well also. The Red Drum bite also continues to improve throughout the bay, with notable catches coming from the mouth of the Potomac recently. Large catches of Drum have also … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2016 #34

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Saltwater- Cobia season closed on Aug. 30th, officially. Anglers must practice catch and release while the Cobia are still here. The season went out with quite a bang, as may impressive catches have been made over the last few days. Several fish over 80lbs have been reported. These fish are being caught from the Potomac to the Va. Beach oceanfront. Catches of Red Drum are as spread out as the Cobia, it seems. The Drum tend to hang out in the bay longer than the Cobia. The Flounder action has … Read More »