Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2017 #39

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Salt Water- Spot are still being caught in good numbers throughout the bay. Inside the Rappahannock, York, James, and from lower bay piers like Buckroe, and Lynnhaven. These piers are reporting good catches of Speckled Trout and Puppy Drum also. With the Spot still being abundant, many are live lining the Spot for large fish, like Red Drum. The Drum have been very aggressive lately, but feeding on the bottom, so finding them can be a challenge, but well worth the effort. The CBBT remains the most popular place to … Read More »


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 #37

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Salt Water- Cobia still hanging in there, inside the bay. With the warm weather, water temps have been conducive for the Cobia to continue to hang out. Some are even catching them on flies, like Green Top employee Tyler Bruce. Tyler went out with Capt. Josh Saunders of Peake Tide Fishing this week. Catches of Cobia are being reported from numerous places throughout the bay and along the oceanfront. Schools of Red Drum are also being encountered throughout the bay, but the CBBT has been the hot spot it seems. … 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 »