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Thank goodness for the good tog fishing lately. Striper and drum fishing seems to be more than a week behind schedule this year. They have extended the catch and release season on striped bass in the flats thru May 9th so we can rest assured that we will see some fish moving back down real soon. There have been some large schools of black drum spotted on the surface so it's just a matter of time. Seabass have finally moved inshore with some nice fished harvested this weekend.
We had the folks from EDIS Company on board for a nice calm day of tog fishing in the Delaware Bay. By days end we had a good catch of the tasty fish up to 6.5lbs. The following morning we had Mike Weaver and friends aboard for a day of tog fishing and harvested a quick limit of tog. We tried soaking some clams for drum the rest of the day with no luck. Chris Hamm and friends had another limit catch of tog with the largest captured by Devin Chambers at 8.75lbs.
Karl Reed and friends also harvested a quick limit of tog with the big fish of the day honors going to Tim Lowe with a 8.25lb tog. We once again soaked the clams with no luck. Pete Melnyk and friends also put together a limit catch of tog up to 8.75 lbs for Thomas Robinson. That evening we had RT Dunne and family on board and mother nature showed us in her own way how she can keep fish stocks safe from recreational anglers, so we called it quits and came home early. Bob Klinger and friends managed to put together a limit catch of tog including fish up to 10.75lbs for Chris Kerstetter.
For anyone interested in catching something real big, close to home we have a few prime drum and late run striper dates left. Take a look at the archives and you'll see what we have in store in the next few weeks. We also have some days available for Thresher shark/seabass combo trips in June .
Capt. Carey Evans
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