We didnt sail much of the week due to the weather. We werent able to sail today either. But we did sail yesterday!!

The tog bite is picking up a 30 nice keeper blackfish were landed to 9 lbs and 150 scup plus some sea bass. Rich seahag had the big 9 lbder and John Viol led the way with 8 keepers (orl).

Here is a report from John who posted this one the web:Jumped aboard the Celitc Quest yesterday for some early season Tog. I am happy to report that the Tog have begun to put on the feedbag. Big time. It was not long after the anchor was set on our first drop that quality Tog began coming over the rails all around the Boat. Even Capt. Chris got into the action, quickly putting a couple of quality Tog on ice. Every piece that we stopped on held good life, and some real quality tog, as a number of 6-7 lb Tog went into various coolers and buckets. By 12:30 the wind had gone from almost flat calm to downright nasty. So Capt. Chris decided to do a few Porgy drops. We managed some Quality Scup, and a few Seabass on every drop, before calling it a day. I managed 8 quality Tog, only keeping my limit of course. If you get the chance, nows the time to get out there and fish with some of the best in the business. Capt. Chris is always on his game, and Mates Tommy and Caroline are always there when you need a hand or to net your fish. You simply could not ask for a better Crew. I know i'll be back next week.