We have seen some excellent signs of fall tog fishing this past week. This good shake up we are experiencing today should only help out getting the fall fishing into full swing. We will miss the nice mixed bags we have caught this week as the waters will surely cool off after the blow. With any luck we will see some stripers appearing while wreck fishing over the next week.
Fred Brubaker and friends joined us following a gale force blow out of the west and much to our surprise the water really wasn't to dirty. The group enjoyed a mixed bag including 12 tog, 4 triggerfish, and two seabass. The following day Sam Scott and friends headed out looking for some more tog but for some reason they were less cooperative than the day before so we settled with a mixed bag including 3 tog, 7 triggerfish, 12 seabass, and 20 croakers. Our all star tog fisherman joined us next and the day started off just like pulling teeth, but by 9 am we got them biting and they
harvested 52 tog to 7 lbs and two triggerfish.
Sean Simms and friends joined us next and harvested 41 tog up to 10.2lbs for Billy Pompa, one triggerfish, 5 seabass, and 12 big porgies. Brent Conley and family also had a excellent mixed bag catch including 34 tog, 8 triggerfish, 11 porgies, and five seabass. Chad Redding and three friends fished all day in the rain and were rewarded with 35 tog to 7.8lbs, a 9.8lb sheepshead, 2 triggerfish, 1 seabass, and 2 porgies. Pete Melynk and friends also had a nice mixed bag including 45 tog, 2 triggerfish, 2 seabass, and 1 porgie.
Darryl Spittler and friends had our first fall limit of tog harvesting their 80 tog including fish weighing 9.8lbs, 8.5lbs, and four other over 7 lbs. They also harvested 5 porgies, 2 seabass, and five tog for the captain as well. The following day the all star tog crew was back at it and harvested 54 tog up to 10 lbs for Alex Levantowsky along with 3 other tog over 7 lbs.
Anyone looking to get fishing should give us a call fast as November has one date left and December only has twelve days left available. For those that may be skeptical about winter time fishing check out the archive pages. Yes we have a heated cabin!
Capt. Carey Evans
34614 Bookhammer Landing Road
Lewes, DE 19958