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Connecticut Fishing Reports

Connecticut Fishing Reports by Location:

Long Island Sound (254)

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Norwalk Islands (372)

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Connecticut Fishing Reports


2017-06-25
9:20 AM

More Stripers arriving daily! - More Stripers are arriving to the Eastern portion of Long Island Sound daily. Bigger Stripers and some Bluefish are are providing anglers with action on the local reefs this week. The NY waters will open to Black Sea Bass fishing June 27th providing more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2017-06-18
8:42 AM

Fishing about break wide open! - Fishing in the mid to eastern sound is about to turn on in a big way! The colder than normal water temps have kept the Stripers and Bluefish a week or two behind schedule from populating the local reefs.Reports indicate Stripers are on the move from more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2017-06-15
8:42 PM

Starting to Warm Up.... - We've been getting keeper fluke, some nice bluefish, and the occasional sea bass. Other boats fishing L.I. Sound have been bringing in striped bass at night or at dawn, but few reports about porgies at this time. Anglers fishing in the Connecticu more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2017-06-07
8:20 PM

This past weekend - This past weekend saw mostly all Striped bass landed. Sunday's trip to the Race saw the Dicristafaro crew catch a limit of keepers and some throw backs with some bluefish and keeper Fluke as well. Fishing in the Gut has been hit or miss.The cold spri more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2017-06-02
10:38 AM

The Blues are Back! - We fished three times last week; our passengers brought it lots and lots of bluefish 5-9 lbs. We also caught one keeper fluke and many sea robins. The water in L.I. Sound is still a bit too cold to attract porgies and sea bass, but we're expectin more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2017-05-25
5:28 PM

Stripers have arrived! - This past weekend the Kingfisher started the season finding Striped Bass of various sizes cooperative. George Baker landed the biggest of the weekend (38lbr.) and he released it to fight another day, kudos for that. Some small Bluefish are also in more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2017-05-18
12:29 PM

Back on the Connecticut Waters! - We launched My Bonnie yesterday, and we'll on our first scouting trip tomorrow. Look for reports! more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2017-04-27
11:46 PM

Ready for another season! - The Kingfisher is back in the water with numerous systems upgrades including a pair of 2017 250 Suzuki outboards. The Season starts May 20th and there are some prime dates available for Bass, Bluefish, Fluke, Black Sea Bass, and more. Keep in mind we more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2016-10-20
1:23 PM

Getting Ready to Bring the Boat out of the Water - We had three or four trips since our last report. The catch has been consistent--nice porgies, mixed-size sea bass, a few bluefish and the occasional sand shark. Our city launching dock is closing down next week, and we'll be pulling My Bonnie fr more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2016-10-17
9:11 PM

Blackfish season is open! - Blackfish season is open and Stripers and Bluefish are on the feed! Jorge Sanchez's crew enjoyed the day with some nice Blackfish and beautiful weather this past weekend. We have a couple weekend dates available till the season is over. Check us out more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound

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