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I departed Lynhaven Inlet In Virginia Beach, Virginia at 0645 hrs to a flat and glassy Chesapeake Bay. I fished around the First, Third and Fourth Island of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. I managed to catch three Tau Tog and kept one about 17″, all on fiddler crab. It was a slow bite but it was a gorgeous day, so it did not matter. Some people I talked to caught their limit and some caught none, sounds like fishing. I was back at the ramp by 1230 hrs cause I had some other plans for the afternoon. The air temp was 40 deg. when I left and 75 when I got back. I covered 22 miles and burned 4.8 gals. Here some pictures from today.

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That was nice,i fished in wachapreague and the water was still a little to cold for the flounder to bite.it has started,but still slow until the temp rises.a few anglers said they caught a couple throwbacks,181/2" min. Water temps 48 inthe morning rising to 50 by the late afternoon.

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