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Tog fishing remains good and will be an option into the new year. Striper fishing is beginning in the rips with water temperatures finally falling below 60. Striper fishing will improve as the water temperatures fall thru early January.
The folks from Jamestown Painting Inc. joined us for a day of fishing and with conditions a little less than ideal we made the best of thing and the guys caught a fair number of tog. The following day the windy conditions continued for Dave Creasy and family on our worst trip of the fall so far. Ray Fisher and friends joined us for a day of tog fishing following the blow. We found some clean water with a fair number of tog with most being undersized.
Alex Levantowsky and friends joined us the following day and we found clean water and an abundance of tog. The guys made quick work of it and returned to the dock early with a limit of tog. Tom Lang and friends joined us next and had a great day of tog fishing however we were only able to catch three dozen keepers.
Joseph Dean and friends joined us next after two days of wind and we had a difficult time getting the tog to bite but we did manage some. ID Griffith Inc joined us for a day of striper fishing and after fishing thru the tide with only two nice stripers in the box we decided to try some tog fishing for the last hour. Well it turned the trip into one of those fantastic finishes with the group harvesting a great catch of tog up to 8.5lbs. The following morning Dave Engel and friends took my recommendation once again and started off with a great catch of tog and finished off with two
big stripers weighing in at 22.8lbs and 27 lbs.
Capt.'s Carey and Barbara Evans.
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