Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2016 #9

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Saltwater – Saltwater anglers are facing somewhat limited options right now. The Tautog bite is solid on ocean wrecks when weather conditions are favorable. Most any type of crab is best, if they are available. Clams also work well for Tog. Targeting Tilefish is another solid option. While deep dropping for Tiles, be prepared to tangle with Seabass and Dogfish. Some very nice Bluefin Tuna were caught this past week, but look for this bite to increase as we dive deeper into the month of March. Decent Yellowfin Tuna are … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2016 #8

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Saltwater – As we’ve been reporting over the last month, Tautog fishing remains strong. Anglers that are able to find crab for bait are doing very well. Ocean wrecks are the best producers. Tilefish are willing biters also, but deeper water near the Canyon edges are the targeted areas. Along with Tilefish, Grouper, and Rosefish are being encountered as well as Seabass, but Seabass are out of season. A 220lb Bluefin Tuna was reported out of Oregon-Inlet on 2/20/16. The same charter returned with Yellowfin Tuna also.

Freshwater – With the … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2016 #7

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Saltwater – The fishing has been up and down lately, just like the weather. This past weekend’s frigid conditions kept many anglers grounded. The few that have gotten out this week have done well with Tautog. No surprise there, these fish are perhaps the best and most reliable game in town. Ocean wrecks are the source of the action. Reports of Rockfish being 30 miles out are still around. Deep water action near the Canyon is still good for Tilefish and Grouper. Black Seabass are being encountered, but must be … Read More »


Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals 2016 #6

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Saltwater – A strong bite for Tautog still exists for anglers willing or able to travel out to offshore wrecks such as the Triangle Wrecks. Other, lesser known wrecks are producing as well, but anglers prefer to keep the locations and names anonymous. However, “teen” fish are being boated regularly. Seabass are also being caught while fishing for Togs, but they must be released as the season is still closed for recreational anglers. There have been reports of Rockfish being encountered 12-15 miles out, but this is well past the … Read More »