Pending State Record Tog Caught By Philadelphia Man

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Charlie Donahue of Philadelphia caught this 23-pound tautog, a pending Maryland state record, fishing aboard the “Morning Star” with Captain Monty Hawkins last Wednesday. The tog was 33 inches long and had a girth of 25 inches. The pending record tog took a whole green crab over Ocean City’s artificial reef system and was weighed at Ake Marine in West Ocean City and witnessed by DNR Biologist Steve Doctor. The previous tog record was set by local angler Sam Beauchamp with a 20.11-pounder caught in March 2007.

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One comment on “Pending State Record Tog Caught By Philadelphia Man

  1. I’ve been fishing for tog since 87 and had a couple fish strighten out a couple of hooks like nails my friends think im nuts when i tell them the stories, but now they can see that they are some monsters out there, and I’m hoping that I can catch the next world record! you did a great job to prove them wrong!

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