Jet Ski Brian

Pulling Up Cubby Togs!

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I took my Jet Ski to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel for a little while early this morning and fished for Tautog using live fiddlers for bait. I fished around the rocks and piles of the bridge from the third island to the high rise. I managed to pull up 9 nice Chubby Tog from 17-21 inches, I kept three. I had three humpback whales breach in unison, side by side no more than a hundred feet from me while I was setting the hook on a nice Tog. This was a sight and sound I will not forget. Purely Awesome! I later saw another single on breach right next to the bridge, I am sure it gave a nearby motorist a shock. I took a lot of pictures today, here are some of them. The Osprey Eagle was in a tree in my yard.

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I was wondering what a "cubby tog" was. :)

Nice job. How close do you get to those whales?

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Great shots Brian.Loved the whales, and the togs eye was way cool....

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