Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2016 #13

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Saltwater – Severe weather fronts keep rolling in on Virginia Anglers, making consistent catches or patterns difficult to establish. A constant participant seems to be the Tautog, which has been a solid player all winter and into this early spring. With fiddler crabs and blue crabs much more prevalent now, Anglers can expect to catch Togs on bay structures without having to travel out to ocean waters for respectable sized fish. The shallows of the Eastern Shore seaside has provided some Flounder action, but inconsistent weather has slowed things down … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2016 #12

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Saltwater- We’re still waiting to hear from anglers targeting the shallow water Flounder bite. The ocean-side of the Eastern Shore always gives up the first catches of spring Flounder, but none so far. It should be any day though, warm weather is upon us again. Tautog are still a solid option in the ocean, and they’re  being caught at the CBBT now also. Crabs are becoming more plentiful, so the best bait for Togs is much easier to find now. Tilefish, Rosefish Wreckfish, and Grouper are available for deep droppers … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2016 #11

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Saltwater – With warm temperatures at hand, many anglers are feeling the itch to get out and target shallow areas for several species such as flounder and Croaker. The bite is still slow, mainly due to lower numbers of those that have actually been out. This week’s high temperatures could spark shallow movements and good reports. Meanwhile, the Tautog bite is red hot! Numerous large fish are being caught on ocean structures such as the Ches. Light Tower and Triangle Wrecks. Crab is becoming more available also. Targeting deep water … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2016 #10

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Saltwater – Bluefin Tuna of notable sizes have been hitting the docks at Oregon-Inlet. Good sized Yellowfin Tuna are also being brought in. Many of the Bluefins are measuring 60-70 inches. Drum are being caught from the surf and inshore along the Carolina coast. Ocean structures are regularly producing Tautog. Togs in the 13-15lb range are not uncommon. Tilefish are a good option also, but release the Seabass that will bite while targeting the Tiles and Togs. Water temperatures at the bridge tunnel are approaching 50 degrees, so spring fishing … Read More »