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Our last trip of the season was with first- timer Brendan and his dad, uncle and brother, celebrating his dad’s birthday. A cold day, but couldn’t have asked for nicer conditions.  The togs were a little picky today, but the boys got what they needed with 18 blackfish and 20+ sea bass. Not a bad way to wrap up a great season! Now we start the countdown to May 2022!

Mark, John and the kids had a slam dunk day on the tog grounds. Limiting out with 28 togs and a few more that were released, as well as a dozen sea bass and a cod. Once the wind let up, conditions were perfect. We’ll see them again next year for striped bass, sharks and more togs.

We had a solid day on the grounds for Tom and the crew. They ended the day with 40 blackfish, 36 sea bass, as well as two cod to round out the day. Great fishing and great weather, nothing better.

It was a windy fall day for Ryan and the boys, but the fish didn’t mind. We had solid action all day with the togs, falling just a few shy of a boat limit. Looking forward to seeing these guys next season.

We had Tom and the boys out for their second trip. They loaded up on blackfish yesterday, so today we filled the coolers with sea bass. What made it even better, was the weather, 60 degrees and flat calm.

We had Tom out today for one of his two days booked with us. The boys stayed at the rail and weeded through the shorts for a limit of togs. Nice job boys. Tomorrow off to the sea bass grounds.

John Ramashko’s 4th trip of the season was another great one. The fish weren’t as fast and furious as yesterday, but the guys still managed a great catch of blackfish, sea bass, cod and scup. It was such a pleasure fishing with John and crew this season and I hope we can make it happen again next year.

Another awesome day of fishing in the books for Joe Aviles and crew. Couldn’t have asked for better weather or better fishing. The guys loaded the boat with blackfish and sea bass, as well as a few cod and scup. Looking forward to doing it again next November!

Jimmy and the boys from Rockaway put a hurting on the blackfish today. We kept our limit and released the rest. They also had some nice sea bass, as well as a nice cod to round out the day.

It was a chilly morning, but the fishing was hot for Frank and the boys. They iced up a limit up to 8 pounds, and releasing the rest. Lots of laughs today.

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