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March went out with a bang as we brought home limit catches of tog on our last three outings. We will begin striper fishing along with some tog fishing on the same trips in the next few weeks. By months end we will be up the bay anchored up catching mixed bags of stripers and black drum fish. Anyone wanting a shot at catching something that will really stretch the arms should give black drum fishing a try. We will even catch our first seabass by months end and if history repeats the first seabass seem to be the biggest each year.
Alex Levantowsky and the guys joined us on the 18th. Sticking with in all day long they managed more than half a limit of nice three to six pound tog. On the 22nd Bob Persch and friends were off to a good start on the fish however many were undersized so we went searching for some bigger fish. Mother nature in her own way shut us down the rest of the day. We ventured out to deeper water with Alex and party on the 24th in search of some bigger fish. Bigger fish is was we found including a 10lb 4oz tog for Billy, a 8lb 8oz tog for Alex and another half dozen 5 to seven pound fish. We came back in to try to more numbers but most fish were undersized.
On the 28th we had the Bad Boyz Fishing club aboard and harvested a limit catch of tog to six pounds. We were back at it on the 30th with Don Yocum and friends minus Don. With two crock pots full of crab soup and sausage it was going to be a good day. A good day it was catching another limit of tog up to six pounds and returning to the dock early. The 31st Alex and the crew were back again. We got the job done a little early harvesting a limit catch up to 9lb 4 oz. Yours truly took big fish of the day honors releasing a 10lb male for another day. Any one needing any more information feel free to give us a call or send us an email.
Capt. Carey Evans
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