Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Fishing Report for Tues, Sept 6th

They caught more nice-sized Spot, Croaker, and some Roundhead this morning and this afternoon on the NW wind. Things started slowing down a bit on the outgoing tide this evening and the wind is trying to switch around to SW. We are waiting to see if they pick back up up on the incoming tide, or if they are going to wait for the outgoing tide like they did last night.

We also had some more Red Drum today; though only a handfull of "keepers." Most were just under regulation size.


Be careful... We have seen some under-sized Red Drum and under-sized Speckled Trout recently. Red Drum must be a Min 18 IN. to a Max 26 IN.; you can keep 3. Specks must be bigger than 14 IN. (only 1 may be bigger than 24 IN.); you can keep 5. VMRC Regs are here:

Crabs really aren't biting at the moment and Crabbing is not recommended at this time due to the waves and wind. They dig in and tend not to bite when the water is rough. We won't know whether or not they will keep biting this season until after things calm down.

Please follow some common Fisherman Etiquette while you are out there:
-Cast only in front of you
-Do not cut someone else's line without their permission
-Do not push or bully others out of a spot you would like to be in if they were there first
-Do not claim-jump someone else's spot if they leave to go to the restroom or to get more bait
-Do not spread out into more space than you really need
-Do not touch other people's things
-Please give fishermen with larger rods enough room to cast them
Following these simple rules of etiquette will make everyone's fishing trip that much more pleasant.
Thank you in advance for you cooperation!

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Water temp is here:
Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel 77.5 degrees
First Landing/Cape Henry 77.3 degrees

Weather can be checked here:


(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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