Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #2

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Saltwater – For Rockfish inside the bay, it’s catch and release only now. Big fish are being caught from the Eastern Shore side of the bay by folks eeling still. The ocean season looks to be frustrating, as some reports claim that big schools of Rockfish have been located well past the 3 mile demarcation line. Only time will tell if they migrate closer to shore. A great species to target right now is the Tautog. Ocean wrecks are holding and giving up quality fish currently. In fact a new pending … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2015 #1

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Chesapeake Bay- Bay Rockfish season closed on December 31st. At the time of this report, anglers continue to face on-off days throughout the bay; but thats fishing. If targeting 18″-30″ fish, jigging has been good north of the Rappahannock River along sharp drops. Eeling has been the best for big fish, along the Eastern Shore from 38 down to the CBBT. However many anglers are reporting poor results from the CBBT proper. The best results seem to have come from the Hise Rse area. After December 31st, bay Rockfish are … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals

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Chesapeake Bay – Anglers are continuing to catch big Rockfish inside the bay and its tributaries. The lower bay from the CBBT to Buoy 40 has been producing some very nice Rockfish. Eeling is still very productive, but trolling Mojo’s, umbrellas, and stretches are also fooling a lot of good fish. Recently a 45lb 9oz Rockfish was caught inside the York River! Jigging is still good inside the Potomac River. A lot of schoolies are being reported from the area of Buoy 42. Bay Rockfish season ends on the 31st of December, … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals

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Chesapeake Bay – This week has been very good for big Rockfish in the lower bay. The area from the CBBT to bouy 40 has been on. A 58lber was just caught earlier this week. Eeling has been producing the majority of bigger fish, but trolling has been a good back up. Stretch’s, parachutes, and mojos are probably the most popular. Schoolies can be encountered just about anywhere, but most are reporting smaller fish under the big clouds of diving birds. The speckled Trout remains an alternative when conditions aren’t … Read More »