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June 14, 2018 Report; by Ken Neill
Topic Started: Jun 15 2018, 08:17 AM (13 Views)
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Reported by Ken Neill III at The Daily Press

Here’s a look at what is happening at some of our local fishing spots:

York Spit: Cobia are the main target, and anglers are having success chumming and sight-fishing in the area. Spanish mackerel are available, and there should be some spadefish on the structure.

Poquoson Flats: Some speckled trout and puppy drum continue to be caught. Small bluefish and houndfish are roaming the flats.

Mobjack Bay: Some speckled trout, puppy drum and small striped bass are being caught in the shallows. Croaker and some spot are being caught. Cobia are available near the mouth of the bay.

James River: Wilcox Bait and Tackle said croaker fishing is good and some spot are being caught. More flounder are showing in the catch. Small striped bass remain in the river.

Back River Reef: Croaker and some flounder are around the structure. Spanish mackerel and cobia are in the area.

Buckroe Pier: Croaker are abundant. Keeper-sized flounder are being caught, and then there is the other brown fish. Cobia fever is in full swing on the pier.

Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel: Flounder fishing has picked up, with some big flounder being caught. Spadefish and sheepshead are on the structure. Red drum and cobia are roaming the area.

Eastern Shore: Cobia and red drum are being caught on the shoals. Flounder are still being caught inside the seaside inlets. More are showing on the bayside.

York River: Grafton Fishing Supply said croaker and spot are being caught in good numbers. Some nice flounder are also being caught in the river.

Offshore: Bishop Fishing Supply said Virginia’s tuna action has picked up, with yellowfin and a few bigeye tuna caught. Dolphin are also available, and the first billfish have been caught. Offshore bottom fishing remains good. Spadefish are at the Chesapeake Light Tower. Anglers trolling the oceanfront are catching Spanish mackerel and are encountering cobia and red drum.

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