Virginia anglers are blessed with waters that hold stripers, red and black drum, and cobia. Miles of fishable beaches and plenty of piers make the mouth of the Chesapeake the place where northern and southern fish meet.
Hey guys I saw this done on a site from the U.K. thought it was funny. You can only reply to this thread with 3 words at a time, Your first word will pick up where the last post left off. It creates a silly story that can go on forever. It is just for fun hope you all join in. Ill start it off...
Got there around 10:30 AM, fished for cat's.....not much going on. Saw a snakehead under the pier......then another......5,6,7......too many to count! Hanging in the shade and every once in a while, coming up for air.
Finally started getting hits with a plastic worm with a treble hook...
Looks like another fine T has bit the dust.
Only 2 remaining besides Sharkman's pier.
I first set foot on Avalon in 1966. Seen a lot of grand fish come up on its decks. Seen a lot of changes over the years and most of them were not good.
Glad Romeo and Joe Mullet did not live to see it...
As far as I know, all NC beaches are closed and that means piers are closed too. Does anyone know of a pier that is still open to the public? I'd be open to traveling to Virginia or South Carolina too if there are piers open.
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