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 »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #19

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Saltwater- Catches of Red Drum and Black Drum are becoming more frequent. The east side of the bay and the seaside of the Eastern Shore are where the majority of the Drum catches are being made. Night fishing has been more productive for both species of Drum. The seaside of the E.S. is also giving up more of the Flounder catches. However Flounder catches are being reported more frequently from the west side now also. Buckroe Pier and Lynnhaven Pier are reporting Red Drum, Flounder, Croaker, Bluefish, and Sea Mullet. … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #18

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Saltwater- The month of May is upon us and the saltwater fishing has taken off nicely! The Eastern Shore may be the hottest place for big fish right now, as the Drum have become quite active. Both the Reds and Black Drum are being encountered frequently, with the Reds being the heavier catches overall. However, it is not uncommon to see Black Drum weighing 80 lbs, which is rare for the Reds. Fresh cut Blue Crab is a great bait for just about anything, but is especially good for the … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #16

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Saltwater- The saltwater action is heating up nicely, as more species are being caught more frequently.  Speckled Trout anglers are seeing a noticable increase in catches. Some of the areas that have reported are Rudee Inlet, Mobjack Bay, Lynnhaven Inlet, and areas around the mouth of the Rappahannock. Puppy Drum are also being encountered in the same areas, on the same lures. Croaker catches are on the rise, but action is still a bit slow. Flounder catches are really increasing in the shallow areas of the Eastern Shore’s seaside. Dragging … Read More »