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Tog fishing is holding up really well this spring despite our fair share of windy weather. We will be doing more striper fishing and will see more and more black drum as we progress into May. Tog will remain an option thru May 11th and we will venture out for seabass this coming week as well. We still have a couple prime weekend dates available for striper and drum for anyone interested.
The Lanahan and Hicks' families joined us in early April and had a good catch of tog and went looking for some stripers. We missed a couple our first drift and harvested a nice striper for Jim Hicks on our second drift before mother nature shut the door on our striper fishing. Larry Gardner and friends joined us next and had a nice catch of tog up to 8lbs.
David Mickley and party had an limit catch of big tog including David's 9lb 4oz tog and Scott Kneer's 8lb tog. First mate Dave Tarbutton released the biggest fish of the day which was a big female well in excess of the 10lb mark. The following morning Jim Kamalski and friends opted for some tog fishing and harvested another limit of big tog. Included in the days catch were Gary Gutowski's 9lb4oz, Paul Allens 9lb, Jim Kamalski's 8lb8oz and John Leo's 8lb tog. We'll be back out after this blow looking for our first drum fish of the season along with the stripers and tog.
Capt. Carey Evans
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