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Connecticut Fishing Reports

Connecticut Fishing Reports by Location:

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Connecticut Fishing Reports


2017-10-20
6:00 PM

Final Countdown for the Season... - On our last trip we got lots of porgies, sea bass, bluefish and an unfamiliar cod-like fish, which turned out to be a hake. Bluefish are larger and more plentiful, and the weather's been great if you don't mind windy conditions. We have two more more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2017-10-05
2:02 PM

Nothing to Shout About.... - We've had wind and rough waters for the past few weeks, and we've been forced to stay close to the shore line, where we've gotten some small sea bass, and tons of sea robins. It's been very frustrating. Anglers fishing in the Connecticut River ha more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2017-10-01
10:01 AM

Fall run is starting - So far this summer fishing has been slower than we would have liked. Its all starting to change now. With the passing of the two hurricanes the winds are down and the water is clearing up. The stripers are around in good numbers and are willing to bi more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2017-09-20
8:51 PM

Bonita and Blues - This week the Bonita were mixed with Bluefish around Plum Island providing fast and furious action. The Black Sea Bass fishing also was on the upswing with some quality fish mixed with lots of shorts. Bass fishing will improve as fish start to push b more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2017-09-14
9:47 PM

Not Much Variety out There.... - We've had a few trips since our last update, and the catch has been scads of scup with a smattering of sea bass; very few blues around at this time. Still waiting for the larger blues and eager to see the striped bass migration begin. more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2017-09-03
10:24 PM

Bluefish and Stripers - Bluefish from 5-18lbs have been feeding aggressively and providing fast and furious action. Some Striped Bass have been mixing in. Larger fish have been taking live bunker. Bottom fishing is a mix of Sea Bass and Porgies. We have openings on Sept. 10 more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2017-09-01
9:58 AM

Porgies, Sea Bass Best Bet These Days - We went out several times since our last report. All the folks on our charters brought in loads of porgies and many sea bass. We had some rough days with folks getting a bit seasick due to bumpy water, but we didn't have to abort any of the trips. more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2017-08-20
9:09 PM

The week in review - The past week has continued to be productive for Striped Bass and Bluefish of all sizes. The Race has been the most productive spot for consistent catches. Sea Bass fishing is improving in the area with a new slug of fish in the area. Trips are avail more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2017-08-17
5:02 PM

Porgies Are the Primary Catch.... - We've been out several times since our last report. Most of our recent trips have resulted in excellent catches of porgies, along with some sea bass, some surprise weak fish and sand sharks, and medium-size bluefish. more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2017-08-05
12:56 PM

August Blue's - Bluefish dominated the fishing this past week with fish in the 5-15Lb. range with an occasional Alligator on bunker. Striped bass fishing has slowed down as a result. We did get a chance to get in on some offshore fishing connecting with some qualit more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound

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