Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #14

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Saltwater- Tautog are being caught in good numbers and size. The structures of the CBBT and the HRBT are holding keeper Togs, but the bigger Togs seem to always be out in the ocean. While targeting these fish, Seabass and sharks will keep you busy. All Seabass must be released. Inside the bay, Croakers are being caught inside gill nets around the mouth of the James River. So Croaker fishing will ignite soon. There have been increasing reports of Flounder being caught from the Eastern Shore shallows, so this too should … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #13

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Saltwater- Surf fishing along the Outer Banks is improving, much like a lot of other places. Big Red Drum catches are increasing almost daily. That usually means that the bite along the oceanfront, and inside the bay will ignite soon. Surf anglers are also catching Puppy Drum, Sea Mullet, and Blow Toads. Most of the reports are coming from Hatteras Island. Bluefin Tuna are still being caught from many of the chartered boats. Reports of Yellowfin are also coming in. Deep dropping for Tilefish at the Canyon is productive when … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #11

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Saltwater- Windy conditions have been prevalent lately, holding many anglers back from venturing out. The days that have been fishable, anglers have been rewarded with sizable Bluefin Tuna. Yellowfin are a possibility, and jigging for Blackfin Tuna has been good out of Hatteras. Tautog continue to bite willingly, but again, conditions have not been favorable for numerous reports. The bridge-tunnel has been attracting the Togs over the last few weeks, making the trips shorter in which to target them. With the recent colder weather upon us, the bite may shrink, … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #10

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Saltwater-  Tautog remain the best option for structure fishing in the ocean and just inside the bay. Wrecks,such as the Triangle Wrecks, have been consistent producers of sizable Togs. The bridge-tunnel is yielding more and more Togs as the weather warms, and angler participation increases. There’s been rumors of a few Flounder catches being made, with the warmer than usual temperatures that have been sticking around. The New Flounder Regs have been announced, and the new minimum length is 17 inches. Daily limits remain the same, with a 4 fish per … Read More »