Virginia Sport Fishing Rundown

Wind, wind, and more wind seems to be the only consistent report over the past few weeks, with little indication it will change anytime soon. But as we embrace the official start of fall this week, the cooler air and water temperatures mark the transformation to the cold water fishing season. Cobia are still a …

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Weekly Virginia Sport Fishing Rundown

Dominant northerly winds continue to cool water temperatures, encouraging the fishing trend to transition into the more fall-like patterns common for this time of year. Inshore, cobia are still around, but not for much longer. The cool weather pushing through this weekend will likely mark the end of most of the action, but a few …

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Weekly Virginia Sport Fishing Rundown

Anglers are finding it difficult to get out on the water due to windy conditions lately, but the variety is good when they can find a break. The fall favorites continue to ramp up, with spot, speckled trout, puppy drum, and king mackerel off to a good start. But, don’t dismiss the summer faves just …

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Weekly Virginia Sport Fishing Rundown

Anglers are taking advantage of the recent good weather and moderate temperatures, but a northeasterly blow later this weekend could slow up the activity for a few days. The cobia bite has been very good over the past few weeks, and the action continues to heat up. The fish are cruising along the surface in …

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Weekly Virginia Sportfishing Rundown

Since Hampton Roads was spared from Hurricane Arthur, anglers were able to salvage the later part of the Independence Day weekend. And with a variety of species available, many anglers made the most of the blessing. The emerging summer flounder scene continues to draw a lot of attention, with nice doormats weighing up to 10-pounds …

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