Early spring tog

Early spring tog

Unread postby Dastunz » Fri Mar 01, 2013 11:50 am

I'm hearing reports of tog being caught off the jettys guys. If anyone gets a chance head down and see what you can drag out of the rocks guys.
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Re: Early spring tog

Unread postby Meatonstick » Fri Mar 01, 2013 6:10 pm

Let me know when you wanna go! I never have been successful off the rocks or the beach, so I've become a boat guy, but love to try! In the fall between bowhunting, I drive around and " run an gun " in the back throwing plastics, bombers, fin-s, and whatever else I have in my bag. I do ok at night under the lights of bridges. But still not an expert by all means. I get lucky every once in a while. When it gets closer to the time I'd be more than glad to show you a couple spots i I hit for the striped ones!
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Re: Early spring tog

Unread postby Dastunz » Fri Mar 01, 2013 6:55 pm

We can definitely share some bass
spots bud. I have a few myself in cape may and wildwood. Togging from jettys is sometimes tricky but when you get on them it's a blast. When I get down there I will contact you and see if you want to try and hook into a few.
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Re: Early spring tog

Unread postby irishangler25 » Fri Mar 01, 2013 7:55 pm

dude sounds early .
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Re: Early spring tog

Unread postby Dastunz » Sat Mar 02, 2013 12:36 pm

Yup, it's a bit early but I did hear they are catching. I'm going to head down within the next few weeks to give it a go myself and see how I do.
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Re: Early spring tog

Unread postby Zamboni » Mon Mar 04, 2013 1:06 pm

Meatonstick wrote:Let me know when you wanna go! I never have been successful off the rocks or the beach, so I've become a boat guy, but love to try! In the fall between bowhunting, I drive around and " run an gun " in the back throwing plastics, bombers, fin-s, and whatever else I have in my bag. I do ok at night under the lights of bridges. But still not an expert by all means. I get lucky every once in a while. When it gets closer to the time I'd be more than glad to show you a couple spots i I hit for the striped ones!


Hey Meat,
Stunzi knows his stuff, take him up on that offer. I would be more than happy to fish a jetty with you also if you and Stunzi can't hook up. The tog start breeding soon (early April) and they do start hitting.
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Re: Early spring tog

Unread postby irishangler25 » Wed Mar 06, 2013 4:57 pm

looking for some early season tog pictures and storys , very pumped up .
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