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  Wrecks - Bottom - Trolling - Inshore - Offshore 29 June 2017
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2-10 - Ice in Great Bay Marina. 2-10 - Ice in Great Bay Marina. 2-10 - Ice in Great Bay Marina.
 
2-10 - Ice in Great Bay Marina. 2-10 - Ice in Great Bay Marina. 2-10 - Ice in Great Bay Marina.
 
2-10 - Ice on Great Bay, Graveling Point. 2-10 - Ice on Great Bay. 2-10 - Ice on Great Bay.
 
2-10 - Ice on Great Bay. 1-27 - Freezing spray on buoys. 1-27 - Freezing spray on buoys.
 
1-27 - Freezing spray on buoys. 1-27 - Freezing spray on buoys. 1-27 - Freezing spray on buoys.
 
1-27 - Freezing spray on buoys. 1-24 - Bob with 13 lb. tog prior to release. 1-24 - Bob with 13 lb. tog prior to release.
 
1-24 - 13 lb. tog. 1-24 - The Captain with a 10 lb. tog prior to release. 1-18 - Close up of Dave with 12 lb. tog prior to release.
 
1-18 - Dave with 12 lb. tog prior to release. 1-15 - Dave with 10 lb. 12 oz. fish prior to release. 1-13 - Mike and Kirk with 6 lb. 10 oz. and 8 lb. 4 oz. tog prior to release.
 
1-11 - Tog from 6 3/4 to 8 1/4 pounds. 12-31 - Limit catch with lots of 4-7 pound tog. 12-29 - Gary shows off some nice tog.
 
12-28 - Dave with the day's 3 biggest tog from 7.7 - 9.5 pounds. 12-28 - Lots of nice whitechin tog to 9.5 pounds. 12-22 - Mike's 7 pound tog.
 
12-22 - John and Mike with 9 pound bluefish and 7 pound tog. 12-18 - Eric and Will, high hooks for catch of 42 tog to 7 pounds. 12-17 - 'Bullnose Tog'
 
12-17 - 'Bullnose Tog' 12-16 - Rocket launch. 12-16 - Rocket launch.
 
12-16 - Rocket launch. 12-15 - Tom and John with tog to 7 pounds. 12-12 - Limit catch of tog with a bunch of 4-6 pound fish.
 
12-10 - Some nice tog to 8 pounds. 12-10 - Fish on at the rail. 12-10 - Pepe with a nice tog.
 
11-30 - Limit catch of tog to 8 pounds. 11-30 - Bob and Dennis with a 6.5 and 8 pound tog, respectively. 11-28 - Russ shows off the catch.
 
11-28 - Now that's skill, a TRIPLE HEADER of tog. 11-28 - A smile from Russ while hooked up to a tog. 11-28 - Beautiful fall sunrise.
 
11-26 - Nice tog to near 10 pounds. 11-25 - Limit catch of tog to 9.5 pounds. 11-25 -  Buck and Alvin with 9.5 and 8 pound tog.
 
11-25 - Buck with John's broken rod. 11-20 - Limit catch of tog to 11 pounds. 11-20 - From l-r, Eddie, Ronnie, Charlie and Wayne with 6, 7, 11 and 8 pound tog, respectively.
 
11-20 - Charlie with an 11 pound tog. 11-20 - Ron puts a bend in the fishing rod. 11-19 - Limit catch of tog to 9 pounds.
 
11-19 - Paul with a 9 pound tog, his personal best. 11-19 - Al and son Jason with 7 pound tog, their largest. 11-19 - Chris with a couple of 5 pound tog.
 
11-19 - Al with 7 pound tog prior to release. 11-15 - Limit catch of tog to 6.5 pounds. 11-15 - Brendan and Frank with tog over 6 pounds.
 
11-11 - Austin lands near 7 pound tog, with his proud father Steve. 11-5 - Andy Yentzer charter with a haul of sea bass, tog and a bluefish. 11-5 - Andy Yentzer charter with a haul of sea bass, tog and a bluefish.
 
11-4 - Tony with a 3 pound sea bass. 10-27 - Frank and Bob with big blues and sea bass. 10-27 - Frank with a near 4 pound sea bass.
 
10-16 - Smiling faces with a limit catch of sea bass for the Sutphens and friends. 10-16 - Smiling faces with a limit catch of sea bass for the Sutphens and friends. 10-16 - A bird in the hand is worth...
 
10-1 - 148 fish for the Kugler family and friends. 10-1 - Sea bass to 4 pounds and Andrew with a couple of nice triggerfish. 10-1 - Vin with 3.5 and 4 pound sea bass.
 
9-30 - 146 fish for the Joe White party. 9-18 - Dave with a 3 pound sea bass. 9-15 - Limit catch of sea bass along with some nice scup and triggerfish.
 
9-15 - A happy charter with sea bass to near 4 pounds. 9-15 - Tom with the biggest sea bass of the day at 3.75 pounds. 9-9 - A trio of 3 pound sea bass for 3 generations of Kirkpatrick's.
 
9-9 - Some of the best fish on the day. 9-9 - Limit catch of sea bass for the Kirkpatrick family and friends. 8-19 - Good catch of flounder to over 4.5 pounds.
 
8-18 - Tyler with a 6.75 pound flounder. 8-17 - Future marine biologist? 8-17 - Jacob shows off a nice sea robin.
 
8-13 - Cory and his father, Charlie, with some nice mahi. 8-13 - Nice catch of mahi on trolling trip. 8-5 - The Shin family and friends with blues and bonito.
 
7-31 - Blue shark prior to release. 7-29 - Dave with a cobia. 7-28 - Nice tog and sea bass.
 
7-16 - Nice mahi on a trolling trip. 7-16 - 35 pound bluefin tuna. 7-14 - Mike with his biggest tog (4 pounds) and Rita with her biggest sea bass (near 3 pounds).
 
7-9 - 96 sea bass for the Regino party. 7-9 - Tom with a 3.5 pound sea bass. 7-3 - Alex can catch, too.
 
7-3 - Silvio was the star of the morning. 7-3 - Patrick gets the job done with a little help from dad. 6-23 - A son and his father with the biggest fish of the day.
 
6-23 - Dave with a nice sea bass. 6-17 - Tim, Jerry, Ted and Tony with a limit catch of sea bass. 6-17 - Jerry with a nice sea bass.
 
6-16 - Some nice sea bass on a nice day. 6-16 - Grandpa catches a double header. 6-16 - Steaming offshore.
 
6-16 - Ready to go. 6-11 - Rick, Stan and Stan, Jr. with 126 fish. 6-10 - The Capt. with a 9.5 pound tog.
 
6-9 - Mike with some nice sea bass. 6-4 - Allen and Sam share biggest fish honors. 6-4 - Sam with a beautiful sea bass.
 
6-2 - A beautiful nite on the water. 6-2 - Nick shows off a nice sea bass for Daryl. 6-2 - Wayne with a double header keeper catch.
 
6-2 - Bob says anyone can catch the little ones. 6-2 - Dave with a nice sea bass. 6-2 - Mark with the big sea bass of the day.
 
5-30 - Jacob cleans up. 5-30 - Jacob cleans up. 5-30 - 134 fish for the Bob Widdoss party.
 
5-29 - A day to remember for the Mark Zuccarello party. 5-29 - 151 fish for the Zuccarello party. 5-29 - And who caught this one?
 
5-29 - John's 4th photo of the day. 5-29 - John's 3rd photo of the day. 5-29 - We couldn't let John catch them all.
 
5-29 - Tom with double header keepers. 5-29 - Mark gets one camera worthy. 5-29 - John's second 3 pound sea bass of the day.
 
5-29 - John's first 3 pound sea bass of the day. 5-28 - Mark with double header keeper sea bass. 5-27 - Jim with the big sea bass of the day.
 
5-26 - Mark with a nice sea bass. 5-21 - Andrew with 3 1/2 and 4 pound sea bass. 5-21 - Happy charter with sea bass to 4 pounds and tog to 5 pounds.
 
5-21 - Bruce with a 4 pound sea bass. 5-21 - Andrew with a 3 1/2 pound sea bass. 5-17 - Jason with a 3 1/2 pound sea bass.
 
5-14 - Melissa with her first ever tog, a 5 pounder. 5-13 - John, Tim and Tom with a limit catch of tog to 9 pounds. 5-13 - John with his catch, Tom with a nice 6 pound tog.
 
5-7 - Paul wants in, but can't compete. 5-7 - Brian and Aimee with 8 pound and 6.5 pound tog. 5-6 - Jim and Zach with 6 pound tog.
 
5-6 - 13+ pound tog, near 26 inches in length. 5-6 - Dan with a 13+ pound tog. 5-5 - Jerry and the pout share a smile.
 
5-5 - Jerry with a near 5 pound ocean pout. 5-5 - Tony with 2.5 and 3 pound sea bass. 4-16 - Bulldog males from 7-10 pounds on Easter.
 
4-16 - Dave and Pete with 10 pound tog. 4-12 - Dennis with 11 pound tog. 4-2 - Mark releasing his slob tog.
 
4-2 - Mark with 11 lb. 13 oz. tog. 4-2 - Multiple hook ups at the rail. 3-15 - 2nd captain in the making?
 
3-15 - Ready to use the pliers. 3-15 - Jacob is ready to go.  
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