Here’s What’s Biting Now on the Bay

Flounder bite is heating up on the lower Chesapeake Bay with some very nice fish coming from the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel and the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel as well. Trigger fish and smaller than normal spadefish are also being caught along the CBBT and offshore wrecks. 

Cobia fishing is full swing with more fish starting to cruise the surface. Many are still being caught by chumming but the shark numbers are getting bad so carry plenty of bait. Croakers are everywhere and spot are beginning to fill in as well.

 Puppy drum can be found in most shallow flats with some impressive fish being caught around Hampton and Poquoson area. Speckled trout season is still closed due the fish kill this winter but the August 1st opening is in the horizon.

Make sure to check out the new regulations for numbers you can keep and size restrictions to save yourself the trouble of a ticket.

Bluefish are all over the open water eager to take a clark spoon, and mackerel should be showing up anytime with the recent heat.

About Blair Hansford

Blair is an avid fisherman in the Lower Chesapeake Bay. He also hunts and offers tips, tactics, recipes and pictures on his blog, Fish The Bay. (http://fishthebay.blogspot.com)

Blair Hansford

Blair is an avid fisherman in the Lower Chesapeake Bay. He also hunts and offers tips, tactics, recipes and pictures on his blog, Fish The Bay. (http://fishthebay.blogspot.com)

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