June 5th, 2017 - Fishing Report

Cobia Season opened in full swing on June 1st.  We have at least 2 citation weigh-ins since opening day and the catch seems to be increasing daily.   We have reports of Cobia being caught from Windmill Bar  to York Spit Light.   The Cobia are responding well to live eels & chum and we have had several anglers have success with sight casting while using bucktails.   Croaker are still biting on bloodworms on the bottom, we have had reports of consistent Croaker catch ranging from 10 – 12 inches in the Rappahannock & the Number 3 Spot.  We have had reports of Sheepshead being caught on wrecks and structure.   Speckled Trout continue to be caught on shallow waters in the Piankatank River & Mobjack Bay.  Look for grassy areas in shallow waters while using soft baits and mirror lures.   Make sure you visit our Facebook Page & Instagram Page for pictures of local catch and our fishing reports.  Be sure to email us your fish photos while on the water with details to fishpics@jandwseafood.com

May 30th, 2017 - Fishing Report

Croaker up to 11-12 inches being caught in the Rappahannock @ the number 3 spot.  Croaker are responding well to bloodworms.   A few Speckled Trout are being harvested in shallow waters in the Piankatank River Mobjack Bay.  Speckled Trout are responding well to soft baits and mirror lures.   Season for Cobia opens on Thursday June 1st and they are here now!  Live eels and chum are great for attracting and catching Cobia. Stop by The Tackle Shop @ J&W Seafood for all your bait and tackle needs.  Happy Angling