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post #31 of 70
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Originally Posted by spark View Post
sorry they were selling tautog


ya, that's not at all illegal. a vast majority of the tautog are sold alive and fetch a better price...
post #32 of 70
went on a trip with youngmoon last sat.
525
post #33 of 70
M&Ds has green crabs and Buzzards Baits has them also. Did well Fri & Sat for Tog, biggest 21". Just finished eating it
post #34 of 70
Been killing them in the Tiverton area..
post #35 of 70
they are here.......get your crabs and go get em'!!.........
post #36 of 70
limited out in tiverton
post #37 of 70
Is it about that time of year again guys? The spring fishery just open up in RI eventhough I haven't see any dandelions yet.Who quietly stocking up on sinkers,hooks etc =)
post #38 of 70

due to family stuff (had another kid) pretty much missed most of last fishing seaosn. hoping to get out early for tog for a change. water still pretty cold i bet though

post #39 of 70
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Originally Posted by sagamoron View Post

Where are you guys getting your crabs?

We get them online here http://crabrevenge.com/  :)  

post #40 of 70
Crabs at m&d's. My favorite bait shop
post #41 of 70
Saw my first dandelion in the yard today, don't know if the tog know it though
post #42 of 70
No doubt some togs are around. But I'll bet after this front goes by, and we get several days of warm weather, they'll turn on.
post #43 of 70

Hey just wondering what rigs you guys use to catch tautog?

post #44 of 70

I've researched other threads and I'm still not quite sure if there is any success in fishing for tog from shore.  When I had my 19 footer years ago we'd drop anchor next to a rocky outcropping, throw some green crabs over the side and hook up what I think is the best eating fish to be had around here.  So, I'm thinking this might be replicated by casting to a bridge support.  Except we were always in deeper water than I'm likely to cast to.  So whats the truth, can we catch tog (Black Fish were I grew up) from the shore? 

post #45 of 70
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Originally Posted by Pilgrim02360 View Post
 

I've researched other threads and I'm still not quite sure if there is any success in fishing for tog from shore.  When I had my 19 footer years ago we'd drop anchor next to a rocky outcropping, throw some green crabs over the side and hook up what I think is the best eating fish to be had around here.  So, I'm thinking this might be replicated by casting to a bridge support.  Except we were always in deeper water than I'm likely to cast to.  So whats the truth, can we catch tog (Black Fish were I grew up) from the shore? 


I have s 19 foot Mako cc. If you ever want to go out and catch some togs let me know. I'm out of Falmouth (thus the name)

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