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    Just curious

    TonySMJC posted pics of a young angler holding a big Tog.My question is the color of the fish is more grey than dark brown.Is that because it was caught in deep water ?Just curious






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    Chuck,

    Togs vary, massively, in color, between brown > grey > black. Time of year, water temp, food, geniology all play into it.
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    Structure also.....location.

    Where I typically fish in RI, the dark brown and Red ones are the smallest ones......

    The bigger ones in that spot are all lighter colored gray, with huge white chins (of course).....and some light gray with some yellow coloring blotched in them.

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    Thanks I would of thought something was wrong with it if I caught a grey one.All the ones I have caught are deep brown

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    does it have stripes...NO...there fore who cares...LOL

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    If it has stripes I wont catch it

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    white ones

    You really gotta see them a day or so after a hard Easterly blow. They come up full of gravel and a Gawd awfull milky white ghostly seasick looking color.
    Take a kid fishing, they are the future of our sport and our world

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