It has been a little while since we had an actual fishing report update, mostly due to nothing really changing. Finally we have some updates, and positive ones at that!

First off, we have to start with tog. They are seemingly everywhere. All of the bridges in the back have been holding tog pretty heavily, these are all mainly caught by boat but a great number of keepers. The 9th street bridge continues producing great numbers, but not as many keepers. The Ocean City-Longport pier has been a hit or miss. When it's on, it's on! It seems that there's more off days than not, though. Longport has been the best, mainly on the rocks. There have been way more keepers than throwbacks. The wrecks and reefs have been producing quite well with some bigger sea bass mixed in, the deeper the better.

Striper have been pretty solid, while still up the river. Big schools have still been holding strong. Drifting eels and spot have been the best, but receiving multiple reports of jigging them on soft plastics and producing more and more numbers. Bridges and piers have still been producing at night on soft plastics. Bait has not been doing so well in the bay or surf due to the insane amount of spiny and smooth dogfish around. There has been a couple bass caught in the surf on clams but it is a very slow pick. Boat wise, we have had some fish push in within a mile of the beach. Most of those fish are overs and have to be thrown back. Jigging seems to be the best with a few fish being caught on the troll. The big surprise has been the large number of bluefin tuna mixed in with these bass. Some have been hooked up on the troll but quickly spool the reel. The best thing to use seems to be small jigs as well, they seem to be feeding heavy on sandeels. Hearing big range in size as well anywhere from 50-125 lbs. 

Shout out to MD for constantly sending in keeper tog every week. He and his dad, Matt Myers, have been absolutely crushing it from land. Thanks Guys!