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Fishing reports from the Tidewater area and lower Chesapeake Bridge
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Getting better-

Postby CaptFly » Thu Nov 28, 2013 2:54 pm

A larger class of fish are showing on the CBBT -

Found good numbers of larger fish dredging bigger bunker flies around the islands-

7 in a row breaking 28" the other day ... soooo hope to see some of larger females very soon.

Will report after Thanksgiving weekend.

Cheers

Happy T day everyone !

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Re: Getting better-

Postby digs71 » Mon Dec 02, 2013 2:18 pm

Did you have any luck over the weekend? My boat broke down on Tues last so I am anxious to get out on the bay. Do you see much bird action? Any pods?

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Re: Getting better-

Postby CaptFly » Tue Dec 03, 2013 7:30 pm

OK - Binge fished for the past 5 days … unfortunately my report is not too good-

Strange indeed … after the fun I had on the CBBT the other week-

Small fish … if any -

The only keepers were a few fish the day after thanksgiving on the start of the outgoing tide-

Bird activity has been spotty and really only undersized fish to be found.

Have heard about a few larger fish @ the mouth of the York … but fished it and only found small fish again … albeit tons of them !

Hope to have some much better news to post soon -

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Re: Getting better-

Postby CaptFly » Wed Dec 04, 2013 6:56 pm

OK - Just got off the phone with a buddy … hooked up a nice 44" fish @ York spit on this one and only decent weather day this week-

He also reports that there has been some good bird activity in the area and slayed 22 - 24" fish under birds …

Hope this gets your juices flowing -

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