Tog fishing and Striper fishing are both providin`g good action in the mouth of the Delaware Bay. We have seen some real nice catches of both species come over the rail of the Grizzly the last two weeks. Mother nature has done more to protect the stock than any fisheries management plan could as we continue to get plenty of blow days.
Harold Walsh and friends joined us after a major blow and we went to the ocean looking for some tog and were great ed by a nice swell and just a few tog. We headed back into the mouth of the bay and harvested some nice tog to salvage the trip. Mary Ann Laskowsky's annual birthday trip was next and we had an excellent catch of tog up to 7 lbs. Alex Levantowsky and crew headed up the bay for some more tog fishing and came home just three short of a limit in spite of the sloppy conditions. Bernie Smelstoys and friends had and excellent catch of tog as well. Alex Levantowsky and crew
were back at it and headed up the bay in search of tog. We had 15 keepers and 15 throwbacks by 10 am and never had another tog bite all day as mother nature in her own way shut the fishing off completely.
Fortunately for us Fred Brubaker and friends joined us for a short trip in search of stripers and we managed to find a handful of nice stripers and bluefish for the morning. The next morning the George family left the decision up to the captain. We went out for the stripers and by days end all aboard were pleasantly surprised with a nice catch of stripers in the box. Thanks to everyone who has made it out with us and apologies to all of those blown out this fall so far. We look forward to seeing you all again in 2009. We will be fishing thru January 11,2009 and will resume March
Capt. Carey Evans
34614 Bookhammer Landing Road
Lewes, DE 19958