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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Turley


2008-04-09
4:21 PM

Striped Bass bite in Long Island Sound - Striped Bass bite in Long Island Sound Over the past week the Housatonic River is starting to show a good bass bite from the Rt.8 Bridge in Shelton down river to Rt.15 Bridge. There has also been some good fishing in the lower river in the Milford a more...
Capt. Bob Turley - Long Island Sound


2001-08-07
12:00 AM

Eastern Long Island Sound - This past week large schools of bluefish have moved into the Stratford area. Long Beach, Russian Beach and the mouth of the Housatonic River have shown fish at different stages of the tide. These fish are feeding on small silver sides, about one half more...
Capt. Bob Turley - Long Island Sound


2001-06-04
12:00 AM

Eastern Long Island Sound - This past week, the Fairfield coastline seemed to be the hot spot for fly fishermen in the area. Striped bass and Bluefish have followed a large school of sand eels here, and have taken up residence in the area. Jennings Beach and Pennfield Reef ha more...
Capt. Bob Turley - Long Island Sound


2001-05-18
12:00 AM

Eastern Long Island Sound - Spring has started to raise water temperatures in some of are local rivers here in Connecticut. Fly fishermen are getting out and taking fish in the lower Housatonic River. Striped Bass that have wintered in these waters are eager to take a well-pres more...
Capt. Bob Turley - Long Island Sound


2000-12-19
12:00 AM

Eastern Long Island Sound - As winter rears its ugly head, here in the Northeast, some fishermen are still getting out and taking fish at some of our local hydroelectric plants. In Connecticut and Long Island, we have a number of hydroelectric plants with warm water outflows. T more...
Capt. Bob Turley - Long Island Sound


2000-09-19
12:00 AM

Eastern Long Island Sound - The fishing in western Long Island Sound has been excellent, from the Norwalk Islands to Branford. Large schools of Bluefish, feeding on the surface, have provided fly fishermen with some pretty intense sight fishing. Southport Harbor, Black Rock Har more...
Capt. Bob Turley - Long Island Sound


2000-08-14
12:00 AM

Eastern Long Island Sound - Coastal Connecticut fishing report 8/15/2000 Capt. Bob Turley North Coast Charters This Passed week, Fishing has been a little tuff. The fish are here but it has been hard to more...
Capt. Bob Turley - Long Island Sound


2000-07-10
12:00 AM

Eastern Long Island Sound - This past week, fishing pickup in the reefs off Stonington and Watch Hill Rhode Island. Large schools of bass have been feeding on top, making for some good sight fishing. Some nice size Striped Bass have been taken on Large Squid patterns. Sandy poi more...
Capt. Bob Turley - Long Island Sound


2000-06-14
12:00 AM

Eastern Long Island Sound - Fly fishing in the Northeast is starting to get hot, some large schools of Striped Bass have moved into the reefs off Watch Hill Rhode Island. Some nice Bass in the 40-lbs. range have been taken on squid patterns and large white Deceivers, fished on more...
Capt. Bob Turley - Long Island Sound


2000-05-29
12:00 AM

Eastern Long Island Sound - Coastal Connecticut fishing report Capt. Bob Turley North Coast Charters The weather is finally starting to break here in the Northeast, with repeated low-pressure systems battering coastal New England. Water temp’s are more...
Capt. Bob Turley - Long Island Sound

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