i fish from the wall under the twin bridges on great neck rd. the current is fast at times but that seems to be when i do my best. took home a dozen or so keeper flounder from there last year some nice stripper and drum also.
it is between north greatneck and old great neck in virginia beach 23454. there is a grassy area with a small pole gate. you step over the gate and walk all the way back and you will see a path through the weeds that will lead down to the fishing area and the best part is that it is free.
they dont bother anyone for parking there, they even put a trash can there. it gets crowded in the summer. had a cop down there one day ticketing everyones car that was blocking the turning lane. just park behind the can and you shouldnt have any trouble.
Fished the Spot 4-14-03,nada bite.A pretty swift in comining tide and current.Tossed live bait,spoons,Storm shads(of varient colors and sizes),top water and diving lures,pretty much threw the book=Nada Bite.
Fortunately I had the school of dolphins to keep me company during my failed attempt to hook a fish.
The Spot looks like a good place to catch a ton of bait fish.I saw a pretty large school of something,swimming along the wall.I actually had my wind cheeter swimming along side them.
dolphins bring me no luck! but on the bait fish note i have thrown a net there a few times BE CAREFUL!! lots of snags on the bottom. there are a ton of bait fish but i have lost a net there once already. if satuday is nice i will head out there hope i have better luck.
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