Originally Posted by computeruser
Interestingly enough togging in western Long Island Sound has been much better for me than in previous years...
Made a trip on kayak yesterday with 3 other buddies...6am to 5pm...perfect conditions, air temps in mid 40F..water 56F ...
At the beginning we run into bass blitz with birds where I caught 5 bass in 26" range with one 31" keeper...all on top water popper.
Then we went togging..got 7 keepers with the largest being 22" ( 6.5 lbs) and the smallest 16.5"...fished 3 different spots and I got a keeper at each of them...
On our way back in afternoon run into another blitz with fish swirling all around us...got 6 more bass...one of those days
By the way the sunrise photo is not the best...it was cloudy in the morning
very nice... it's acting like everything is late... 2 weeks ago we were still getting killed by tiny seabass... which are normally cleared out.
but the lack of big tog is very strange... it's not just me either