Big Flounder At Virginia’s Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel

The Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel (CBBT) stretches nearly 20 miles across the mouth of Chesapeake Bay, conveniently connecting Cape Charles on Virginia’s Eastern Shore to Virginia’s Tidewater region. Most of the CBBT is bridges, however, there are also two separate tunnel sections. Tons of boulders have been piled on top of the tunnels to stabilize them. The rocks also attract and hold a wide variety of baitfish and gamefish, including big flounder of 5 pounds to 15 pounds!

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Big Flounder At Virginia’s Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel

The Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel (CBBT) stretches nearly 20 miles across the mouth of Chesapeake Bay, conveniently connecting Cape Charles on Virginia’s Eastern Shore to Virginia’s Tidewater region. Most of the CBBT is bridges, however, there are also two separate tunnel sections. Tons of boulders have been piled on top of the tunnels to stabilize them. The rocks also attract and hold a wide variety of baitfish and gamefish, including big flounder of 5 pounds to 15 pounds!

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Early Seatrout Action In Delaware Bay

For many anglers, the official beginning of each new Delaware Bay fishing season is in mid-May, when seatrout action gets underway near the small town of Lewes, at the mouth of the bay in southern Delaware. The bite is usually very consistent, and at times it can be spectacular. Seatrout of 2 pounds to 5 pounds are common, and a number of beautiful fish to 7 pounds are often boated. The good action at Roosevelt Inlet should continue through June and even into July.

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Delaware’s Artificial Reefs Are Fishing Hot Spots

There’s a lot of saltwater out there, however, much of it has few or no fish in it. That’s especially true in the Mid-Atlantic region. However, some of the very best fishing structure in the entire state of Delaware is often overlooked by many anglers, despite the fact that their locations are well documented and can be easily found by anyone with a GPS and a fishfinder.

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Delaware’s Artificial Reefs Are Fishing Hot Spots

There’s a lot of saltwater out there, however, much of it has few or no fish in it. That’s especially true in the Mid-Atlantic region. However, some of the very best fishing structure in the entire state of Delaware is often overlooked by many anglers, despite the fact that their locations are well documented and can be easily found by anyone with a GPS and a fishfinder.

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Anchoring Techniques For Tautog

The key to catching tautog is anchoring directly over structure, which will enable you to drop your baits straight down into the twisted, tangled, jumbled structure where tog hang out. Let’s take a look at the gear, accessories and techniques needed to properly position the boat directly on top of tog hot spots.

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Anchoring Techniques for Tautog

The key to catching tautog is anchoring directly over hard structure, which will enable you to drop your baits straight down into the twisted, tangled, jumbled structure where tog hang out. Let’s take a look at the gear, accessories and techniques needed to properly position the boat directly on top of tog hot spots.

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Bunker Chunking For Lunker Stripers

There’s no argument that in Delaware Bay, drifting live eels over the shoals produces the greatest numbers of stripers, and most of those fish are respectable 8-pounders to 20-pounders. However, the top tactic for trophy fish of 30, 40 and even 50 pounds is to anchor up and soak juicy pieces of bunker on the bottom. Here’s how to do it.

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