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Spring tog fishing remains strong. Black drum have arrived in the Delaware Bay and fishing should only get better until they depart in mid June. Striper fishing remains another option for the next two weeks, we'll begin seabass fishing soon, and schools of big blues should arrive in large numbers real soon.
Karl Reed along with family and friends had an excellent limit catch of tog. David Reed harvested the largest tog of the day at 10lb 4oz. Robert Buren had a nice 8lb 8oz fish and Carl Reed a 7lb 4oz. Gene and Maryann Laskowski and friends also had a limit catch of tog with MaryAnn choosing to release the largest fish of the day weighing in at 10lb 4oz and Larry McElwee harvesting a 8lb 4oz tog.
Mark Anderson and friends were greeted with a stiff North-northeasterly breeze but still managed to harvest a limit of tog up to 7lb 8oz caught by Ray Bowman. The Northeasterly flow persisted throughout the weekend. However, John Lesher and the Goodwill Fishing Club still pulled off a great trip. After harvesting a limit of tog including an 8lb 8oz fish caught by Blane Ammann, the group went on to harvest our first two black drum of the season.
Rick Fetterman and family also persevered through the northeast breeze and harvested a limit of tog. The largest of the day went to Steve Quist at 8lb 8oz and the second largest was captured by Chad Hendricks at 7lb 4oz.
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