Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #38

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Salt Water- Spot are still being caught in good numbers, but have decreased in size a bit. Active places earlier in the week were, the Monitor- Merrimac tunnel, Lynnhaven Inlet and pier, and Buckroe Pier. These piers are also producing Speckled Trout, Flounder, and Croaker. Puppy Drum are showing up also. Rockfish season opened on October 4th. Early in the season, night fishing is far more productive in the lower bay. Casting along light lines of bridges is what many do during this time. Swim baits, lipless crankbaits, and topwaters, … Read More »


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 #35

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Saltwater- There’s plenty of Cobia and Red Drum to be caught inside the bay still. Although they are on the way out, anglers are hooking up with them throughout the bay. Capt. Josh Saunders of Peake Tide Fishing has been on a solid bite for both species. Sight casting continues to be quite productive almost all over the bay. Folks are also catching solid fish in ocean waters. Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish are available for those trolling still. The mouth of the Rappahannock is still producing plenty of fish. Some … 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 »