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Well the tog fishing still remains strong with limit catches every trip this spring so far. Drum fish are becoming more of an option and the large fish should arrive real soon. Seabass have made good showings south of us so things should get going with them real soon as well.
Robert Burkett and friends were on board Wednesday after the northeast winds subsided. The original plan called for some seabass but we opted to fish the bay as ocean surface temperatures had dropped four degrees with the blow. The group made quick work of catching a spring limit of tog including two citation sized tog weighing 9 lb 12oz and 8lb 4 oz by Donald Pryor. We then ventured in search of a drum or striper but these fish took the day off leaving us to catch just sand sharks. Bernie Smelystoys and friends also had a limit catch of tog up to 8lb 12oz for Rich Shorter. Eric Smith and friends also found the tog fish quite cooperative and made quick work of a limit catch of tog to 7lb 12oz by JP Solensky.
We then ventured in search of drum and were rewarded with three nice drum fish to finish off the morning. Ray Fisher and friends joined us the same afternoon and we opted to try a little togging before setting up for the drum and wound up with a limit catch including four fish over the seven pound mark. We then headed to the drum grounds and captured three nice black drum as well. The following morning Ray Fisher and friends joined us once again and the northerly breeze from the night before had freshened a bit more.
After arriving on the togging grounds we captured a few right away and then were shown that it isn't always easy. After fishing two more spots with still only half way to the limit we finally got them and the group finished off another limit catch of tog.
Capt.'s Carey and Barbara Evans.
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