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After having a slower month in September we are off to the races here in early October. Tog fishing has already shown some good results along with some triggerfish and sheepshead to keep things interesting. Tog fishing should do nothing but improve as the waters cool this month. Striper fishing will be right around the corner as well.
Bernie Smelstoys and friends had a nice mixed bag catch in September. We finished the day with a few big keeper fluke and some seabass, blues, and croakers. Dr. Henry and the guys from the hunting camp enjoyed a nice day on the water before they head to the duck blinds this fall. They had a nice mixed bag as well including a pair of nice flounder, some seabass, blues, and croakers as well.
After a weekend off due to the weather Larry Gardner and friends joined us for some seabass fishing. Well we found them but by days end after a tremendous amount of sorting we just basically wound up with a little more than dinner. Mike Weaver and friends hoped to get in a day of seabass fishing but mother nature said no to that. We tried some tog fishing but all we found were shorts with very few keepers so we came in early. They'll be back later to get even with Mr. Tog.
Karl Reed and crew were our first real tog outing and they got things started in style harvesting 37 tog along with 17 triggerfish. Randy Keller and family joined us for a half day trip and had a great morning harvesting 23 tog along with a nice sheepshead for Robin Keller. Will Haiback and Bruce Flemming brought there boys out for an afternoon of tog fishing after there day at sports at the beach. Owen and Chase did an excellent job harvesting 20 nice tog and a nice sheepshead as well. Thank You folks for allowing me to bring my son along to work with me this afternoon and catch his first tog. Tracy and crew gave it a go at seabass fishing and we had a fair start sorting thru 25 keepers on the first drop. The keeper ratio fell apart after that and they opted to finish the day tog fishing and were not disappointed. They put together a nice catch of tog to finish the day. The all star crew was aboard yesterday for there first tog outing of the fall. The tog just didn't bite well but by days end they had 25 in the box along with two bonus fish. Will Levantowsky joining the crew on his day off from school had not one but two sheepheads. The largest just missed the state record at 14.15pounds congradulations Will. We might need him to play hooky a time or two this fall to make us look good!
Don't forget to take the kids fishing. We still have a few fall dates left so give us a call if you would like to get out. Remember to schedule you're 2012 trips before you miss out on you're favorite date.
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