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We still seem to have a lot of windy days but manage to find a day here and there when we can sail without it being too rough. Jeff Sellers and his group from Newark had a nice catch of tog. The next day was one to remember. We had problems getting set up for tog fishing due to a heavy ocean swell. After several attempts I noticed an unusual darkness and when I looked at the radar my suspicions were confirmed. A strong front was rapidly heading our way and severe storm warning had just been posted.. Having been through a few of them before and remembering that they are not much fun I headed to the dock. I made it back just in time but some other boats had to rough out 50+ mile per hour winds with dangerous water spouts. Everyone eventually made it back safely but they had some very interesting stories to tell.
Back to fishing. Fred Robinson and friends had a super day starting with a limit of fat tog in about 20 minutes. Then we ventured off to an ocean wreck and found seabass to be just as cooperative. The group caught their limit that included citation fish for most anglers aboard with Sam Scott catching the largest at almost four pounds. After all of that action we were back to the dock almost two hours early. What a day!
A group of professional firemen took a much deserved day off from Station 6 of Wilmington Fire Dept for a relaxing day of fishing. Julio Burgos, Tim Taggart, Domingo Lopaz, Tony Goode, Bill Kirlin, Joe Ryan along with BJ Silva caught a limit of Delaware tog and released more. A four pound seatrout was also caught.
Capt Jerry Blakeslee
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