Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Fishing Report for Tues, May 24th

The weather was beautiful, the Crabs were plentiful, but the fish...
We think they are still on vacation. We have been getting a few Blues, Roundhead, and Red Hake (Ling Cod). They seem to be doing a little better overnight and early morning; though no special time has been noted. Crabbing continues to be really good for this time of year.
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Water temp is here:
Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel 63.7 degrees
First Landing/Cape Henry 63 degrees

Tides:
(For the most accurate tides, use Cape Henry and/or Lynnhaven Inlet for the address - the pier is about half-way between the two points)
Incoming tide is typically better than outgoing tide. Incoming tide is approx. 1 hour after Low up to 1 hour before High.

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Sunday, May 22, 2016

Fishing Report for Sat Night, May 21st and Early Sun, May 22nd

Started catching some nice-sized Roundhead tonight (12"-14") and even had a little run of them. Hopefully that will continue.

Crabbing has been really good for this time of year.

Tech support is off on Sunday and Monday. Please call for the latest fishing report 757-481-7071.

Just a reminder to everyone that we do not give out individual fishing reports via messenger. Please continue to check our Newsfeed or call 757–481–7071 for updated fishing reports.

All our info can be found here:

Water temp is here:
Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel 63.7 degrees
First Landing/Cape Henry 63 degrees

Tides:
(For the most accurate tides, use Cape Henry and/or Lynnhaven Inlet for the address - the pier is about half-way between the two points)
Incoming tide is typically better than outgoing tide. Incoming tide is approx. 1 hour after Low up to 1 hour before High.

If you have any trouble with the links, please right-click and choose to open in another tab or window; that sometimes solves the problem.

 
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