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Tog fishing has been good and striper season is now in full swing. The Lewes Harbour Marina tog tournament has just come to a close with the Grizzly capturing first and secound congradulations Vince Conway. We'll be tog and striper fishing through the New Year so give us a call.
Larry Stewart and coworkers from the U.S. Postal Service had a good day on the seabass with loads of fish caught by all and near limits of keepers harvested by all aboard.
Dan Norman and friends had a nice day fishing an ocean wreck catching lots of nice seabass and tog .
This trip was followed by a low pressure system that moved up the coast keeping us tied up for six days straight. The group from the goodwill travelers joined us as soon as the blow stopped and looked for some clean water to tog fish but we never found it.
The next day we headed up the bay and found cleaner water and the tog came to life once again for Dan Norman and friends. The group had an excellant day of tog fishing with Vince Conway harvesting an 8lb 8 oz tog and an 8lb 5oz tog which won first and secound in the Lewes Harbour Tog Tournament. The group also landed a nice striper while wreck fishing to win the daily boat pool.
Shawn Smith and coworkers had an good day of tog fishing along with a few croakers thrown in as well. Fred Brubaker and friends had a nice tog trip as well with a 7lb 4oz tog captured by Harold Witwer.
Logan Watts and friends had hoped for seabass but opted to stay in and try for the tog and the group managed a nice bunch of tog and a few croakers as well. Todd Garmin and coworkers from Ski Roundtop in Pa had a nice day of wreck fishing capturing a nice bunch of tog and two stripers. The largest striper tipped the scales at 24lbs 4oz for Ted Garmin.
Randy Goode and friends had a nice day of striper fishing with the largest of the day harvested by Amy Goode. Then group also had a nice flounder and bluefish as well. Darryl Spittler and friends joined us for a nice day of tog fishing harvestin a nice bunch of tog and one nice seabass and a big triggerfish as well.
With the tog tournament now over we had our largest tog of the fall today November 1st for Alex Levantowsky and the KGB crew. Buddy Schultz harvested the largest tog of the day at 11lbs 12 oz. Not far behind was Vlad Stoyanovsky witha 11lb 4oz tog. Yours truely harvested a 9lb 4oz fish that had just been broken off by Skeeter on the other side of the boat. The group captured several other tog over 8lbs as well. Nice day guys one we'll not soon forget.
Captain Carey Evans.
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