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  1. Virginia Angler
    Fellow Anglers, For the last few months we switched our meetings to an online format using Zoom. As always, the public is invited to attend. The only thing you have to do is send the Wireline Editor an email ([email protected]) with your name and email address. On Monday...
  2. Virginia Angler
    Fellow Anglers, The January 2020 Wireline newsletter is available for viewing and download from our Norfolk Anglers Club webpage at the following link; Norfolk Anglers Club Wireline newsletter; January 2020.
  3. Norfolk Anglers Club
    Fellow Norfolk Anglers, The January 2020 Wireline newsletter is available for viewing and download from our Norfolk Anglers Club webpage at the following link; Norfolk Anglers Club Wireline newsletter; January 2020.
  4. Virginia Angler
    Fellow Anglers, The October 2019 Wireline newsletter is available for viewing and download from our Norfolk Anglers Club webpage at the following link; Norfolk Anglers Club Wireline newsletter; October 2019.
  5. Norfolk Anglers Club
    Fellow Norfolk Anglers, The October 2019 Wireline newsletter is available for viewing and download from our Norfolk Anglers Club webpage at the following link; Norfolk Anglers Club Wireline newsletter; October 2019.
  6. Virginia Angler
    Fellow Anglers, The September 2019 Wireline newsletter is available for viewing and download from our Norfolk Anglers Club webpage at the following link; Norfolk Anglers Club Wireline newsletter; September 2019.
  7. Norfolk Anglers Club
    Fellow Norfolk Anglers, The September 2019 Wireline newsletter is available for viewing and download from our Norfolk Anglers Club webpage at the following link; Norfolk Anglers Club Wireline newsletter; September 2019.
  8. Freshwater Fishing Anglers
    Fellow Anglers, The May 2019 Wireline newsletter is available for viewing and download from our Norfolk Anglers Club webpage at the following link; Norfolk Anglers Club Wireline newsletter; May 2019. Lots of fishing in April means plenty of fishing reports in this edition. Be sure to check...
  9. Virginia Angler
    Fellow Anglers, The May 2019 Wireline newsletter is available for viewing and download from our Norfolk Anglers Club webpage at the following link; Norfolk Anglers Club Wireline newsletter; May 2019. Lots of fishing in April means plenty of fishing reports in this edition. Be sure to check...
  10. Norfolk Anglers Club
    Fellow Norfolk Anglers, The May 2019 Wireline newsletter is available for viewing and download from our Norfolk Anglers Club webpage at the following link; Norfolk Anglers Club Wireline newsletter; May 2019. Lots of fishing in April means plenty of fishing reports in this edition. Be sure...
  11. Virginia Angler
    Fellow Anglers, The October 2018 Wireline newsletter is available for viewing and download from our Norfolk Anglers Club webpage at the following link; Norfolk Anglers Club Wireline newsletter; October 2018
  12. Norfolk Anglers Club
    Fellow Norfolk Anglers, The October 2018 Wireline newsletter is available for viewing and download from our Norfolk Anglers Club webpage at the following link; Norfolk Anglers Club Wireline newsletter; October 2018
  13. Virginia Angler
    There is a new Facebook Group for fishing the Chesapeake Bay. Associations, clubs, marinas, charters all welcomed. All fishing, all the time from bridge to bridge. It's going to be a great season! https://www.facebook.com/groups/456384577864078/
  14. Chesapeake Angler - The Original- Maryland Angler
    Saturday afternoon, my girlfriend and I headed out of the South River, with no sonar thanks to the assclown who laid his string of crab pots in the float free channel 2 weeks ago, looking for some movement high in the water column. Got about halfway between Thomas Point and the No 1 off of the...
  15. Chesapeake Angler - The Original- Maryland Angler
    Picked up 5 trolling combos yesterday and want to get some practice in before Fall rockfish. Any advice on what trolling lures to buy for spanish mackerel/bluefish? I'll be fishing the western shore of the Bay, around Flag Harbor/Calvert Cliffs this weekend. Thanks, Jake
  16. New Jersey Fishing
    starting about 10AM Sunday, as the tide dropped bluefish pushed spearing (minnows) up against the wash until the 1st 5-7ft of water was tea stained it had so much bait. The blues cruised along and picked off whatever they wanted and spent the entire day there along 2nd & 3rd Ave in Surf City...
  17. Chesapeake Angler - The Original- Maryland Angler
    I really envy everyone else who has a boat but for me ... it's pierfishin' or nothin' most of the time. I went out Monday 9/27 to Matapeake with some FBBW to catch a few spot to last me a few hours for cutbait ... was out there for about 3 hours (12-3pm) and here's what I caught ... The...
  18. Chesapeake Angler - The Original- Maryland Angler
    When I say it was a LUCKY day ... I really mean it. It was a day filled w/mostly 10-15" Blues taking cutbait when I had a real TAKER who broke my line after about 15 seconds ... figured it had to be a skate since that's often the outcome with a 15-lb test on a 7 foot rod. :nono: Didn't even...
  19. Chesapeake Angler - The Original- Maryland Angler
    Departed from Chesapeake Beach around 6:30am to load up on Spot around the point for LL'ing and did so successfully until around 8:30-9am or so when the storm made its way to us so we decided to head back in and let it pass ... it caught up with us FAST though and we had to sit through it since...
  20. Chesapeake Angler - The Original- Maryland Angler
    Went out 8/10 from around 10am-2:30pm ... waaaaay too hot but the action was pretty good ... spent the first 20 minutes or so using FBBW to catch Spot for bait and then worked 2 mid-sized rods w/bluefish rigs for the next few hours. I had used this exact same plan last week with close to no...
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