The forecast was calling for some of the best weather we've had in awhile here in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia, so I knew I wanted to go out (fishing or not) to enjoy it before work and before the big storm today. I decided to try for tog again on the outgoing tide and figured I wouldn't venture too far out, since I had to be at work in the afternoon. The water was 56 degrees at the start of the trip and the air temperature climbed from 60 to about 71 degrees with little to no wind, so it was toasty out there in waders and a top.
I started getting some nibbles, which felt like tog, but I wasn't able to set the hook on them, so I made note of those pilings, and kept moving on to new pilings. Eventually I found a spot, where I hooked two, and landed one. The one I landed was about 14". They started biting more (or I found a better spot) as it was getting close to time to head out.
Here's a link to the short video I made.