Tom Hollywood of Staten Island had a limit up to 8 1 2 pounds today, but Palisades Kenny was red hot with four tog from 8 1 2 to 11 pounds. I fished the same northern Ocean County beach that was loaded with herring Saturday evening and produced two short bass on Mambo Minnows for me.
Ran further along the beach, about a mile off, and deck hand Chris spotted birds 4 miles ahead. Set it on a drift in the midst of the fray, about a mile off the beach, and we started catching shorts, keepers and blues right away.
(JAN 1st) Today we ran an open boat Tog trip and it started off very tough with the first drop producing nothing but Dogs. (JAN 2ND) This A. M we ran our open boat Tog trip and got anchored up and it was slow there with just a few keepers and plenty of gray hounds.
Tomorrow will be our last trip for this season. We have both green and white crabs on board. Hope to see you for our last trip but if not have a safe and happy new year and we hope to see you in the spring.
January 2, 2016 1-2-16 Today, the morning started out with a pick at the togs, they were a little finicky you had to work at it to bring them over the rail. Posted by Captain Cal II at 11 56 AM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest