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Well the weather heated back up and put a brief slow down on the tog fishing but after the passage of the next cold front things are finally back to normal. Striper fishing has yet to turn on in the rips but we have caught a few while wreckfishing. Another cold front should do the trick for the stripers but one without those storm force winds out of the west. We surely do not need those low tide warnings anymore.
Vince Conway and friends joined us for two annual tog fishing trips. The first trip we had a decent of nice tog up to 7lb 8 oz for Anthony Bloxton Jr along with the bonus capture of two black drum which were released to grow into monsters along with a striper as well. While fishing the following day we finally got a decent pick of tog started when the gale force winds arrived and forced us back to the a little early. Jack Hoffman and friends joined us following the blow and warm temperatures and found the tog a bit less cooperative.
Alex Levantowsky and friends joined us for another tog trip the day the next cold front was passing. We got the day in and the group was rewarded with a nice catch of tog before things got to rough and the water got to dirty. Tom Hicken and friends joined for a day of fishing following four days of strong westerly winds. Tom and friends picked away at the tog as soon as the water cleaned up for us on the incoming tide and brought home a decent catch of keepers by days end. Following two more days of wind we were back at it with Alex Levantowsky and friends and this time the tog
were snapping and the group harvested a nice limit catch of tog and returned home a little early. Dave Dubroff and friends joined us for their annual fall trip and took our recommendation to do some tog fishing .After harvesting a limit catch of tog we then tried to chunk up a big striper with no success.
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