Fishing this past week has been pretty steady, according to reports from local anglers and bait and tackle shops.
Jerry Thrash of Queens Creek Outfitters, Cobbs Creek, reported flounder fishing in the Buoy 42 and Cell areas continues to produce fair numbers with a keeper ratio of about one to three. “It seems to be feast or famine as they turn on one day and disappear tomorrow,” he said.
Small spadefish have been caught at Wolf Trap and at the Cell, but no citations have been seen yet, Thrash said.
Meanwhile, croaker fishing in the Rappahannock and Piankatank rivers remains hot, according to Thrash. “Spot ¾-pound are being caught in the Piankatank and in the surrounding creeks,” he added.
“Blues are busting schools of menhaden in the creeks and in open waters,” he said. “Spanish mackerel should make a showing soon.”
Finally, Thrash said cobias are now available around New Point Light and on York Spit.
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