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Tog fishing in the bay picked up a bit this week as the striper fishing turned off a bit. Drum fish are hear but were not overly cooperative this week. We should see a few more big post spawn stripers while drum fishing the next two week and the drum should turn on just like clock work this week. Seabass fishing has turned on pretty good this week.
We took Vince Capone of Black Laser Learning on a side scan sonar trip to work on possible new Delaware reef charts that will be available along with his reef video and documentary. Will keep you informed as to when they will become available.
We were joined by Andy and Barbara Duncan for their annual anniversary fishing trip. We started out fishing for Tautog and they had their limit of nice keepers releasing several females over 6 lbs and one that was over 10lb's. Then we ventured in search of some drum and set up after marking them good. Then heard them good and finally caught a nice pair of 25 lb drum which were released for another day. The next morning we had Barry and Barbara Warner aboard for a day of fishing. We started out with the tog and had a quick limit of nice tog and went on for some drum fish which proved uncooperative. The following morning we were back at it with a group of guys from Jays Custom Coatings. The conditions were less than ideal but we opted to do some tog fishing and wound up with a near limit catch of nice tog with plenty of throw back as well.
We finally ventured out for seabass with Bob Wittie, Sam Green, and Ken Brittingham and the first stop left a lot to be desired. However the second stop was real fine as we came home with a nice catch of seabass and a handful of male tog as well. Bob released a female that would have went 10lb's as well.
Capt. Carey Evans
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