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Updated: 07 - 13 - 2008

Tog fishing has been excellent since the season reopened July 1. With the water temperatures in the low 60's on July first you could not have asked for any better conditions for tog fishing. We will continue wreck fishing as an option on our all day trips and should start to see more seabass, porgies, and triggerfish on these trips as the tog fishing will fade as the water finally warms. Croakers fishing should be an option in the Bay real soon as the water continues to warm. The tuna bite has been good in the canyons and the bluefins have started responding to chunking.

On July 1st we had our all-star tog crew on board and and excellent catch of tog to 7lbs. Next, we were joined by Robert Burkette and friends who put together a limit catch of tog up to 8 lb 12 oz. Jim Magner and sons along with Rich Jamarowicz and son put together a excellent catch of tog and I think we hooked the youngsters on fishing this fine day for sure. Rich even had a 21"flounder to put the icing on the cake. The all-star crew were back again July 6th and put together another excellent catch of tog.

After enjoying a family camping trip on which both my four year old and six year old caught their first largemouth bass it was back to salt water. Joe Colazzo organized a bachelor party trip for Brad Powell and no one left unhappy as we had another excellent catch of tog. Dick Yohe and friends joined us next and took our recommendation to try some tog fishing and had another excellent catch of tog along with a couple of seabass.

Fishing is good, come enjoy some quality time aboard the Grizzly!

Capt. Carey Evans
Grizzly Sportfishing
34614 Bookhammer Landing Road
Lewes, DE 19958


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