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Rhode Island

TRYING FOR TOG

Posted By John Hanecak, October 16, 2017
TRYING FOR TOG
Stefan Jaworski with some nice Rhody tog of 8 pounds 12 ounces and 6-plus pounds weighed-in at Watch Hill Outfitters.
 Tautog season seems to be off to a bit of a slow start which isn’t too surprising given that water temperatures are still in the mid to high 60s. Because water temperatures are still unseasonably warm, fishing shallower water than normal for this time of year may be the secret to success. With some luck the warmer temps will help to extend the season well into December.
Along the beaches there are still good catches of big bluefish, some striped bass and lots of false albacore. Most mornings are seeing blitzes popping up with a good mix of all three species on the feed.
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