Fish Bound from Ocean City Maryland produced incredible numbers of tautog exceeding 10 pounds during their winter to spring charters as noted below by Capt. Zane Bounds:
We wrapped up our Final day of the Winter/Spring Tog season yesterday. It has been a super long season for us, and we are ready to catch something different. The mild Winter had us start Togging Nov 1, and we never stopped fishing all the way through.
Some very impressive fish were caught this year with Jens 23.9 pound jumbo leading the pack. We had 3 fish over 20, and 5 at 19+ pounds this year WOW!! Lots of PB, and way to many DD to count.
The last week of Tog fishing was slower then I had hoped for, with only one day where everyone got their limit. Few healthy releases with Mike’s 14 pounder topping the list.
Next year we will be cutting back on the amount of Tog trips we run, so availability will be limited. We will not start fishing for them till Dec 10 this year. These fish need to start getting a break, and 7 months of Tog fishing Is way to long for these fish. November will focus on Deep water Jumbo Fluke, and SeaBass. If you have a trip scheduled with us in November for Tog please let us know. We will give you the option to switch over, if you would like.
Kevin and I both want to Thank everyone who fished hard, and traveled far to fish with us over the Winter. Lots of laughs, and some awesome fish.
Looking forward to the start of our SeaBass season tomorrow. Thanks Guys!!
The morning forecast is for northwest winds at 5-10 knots before going southwest 15-20 with gusts to 25 in the afternoon,
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