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Connecticut Fishing Reports


2014-07-23
9:20 AM

7/19 weekend - This past weekend was similar to the year. Some very good trips and some slow trips. Saturday and Sun. were a pick of stripers, blues, and sea bass. Monday and Tuesday were slammer big striper days caught on live bunker which is still plentiful insid more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2014-07-10
2:08 PM

Bass moving in - This past week has seen increasing numbers of fish starting to show on top. There is a lot of small bait arriving which is helping. Most of the fish are schoolies but we'll take that. We saw our first schools of adult bunker that were not in a river. more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2014-07-05
12:01 PM

The catch is still unpredictable... - What happened yesterday probably won't happen today, and what happens today probably won't happen tomorrow. No consistency or predictability when you leave the dock. We've been getting a variety of fish including small stripers, medium-size blues more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2014-07-01
10:27 PM

Inconsistent fishing this week - This past week saw some good catches, and some not so good. The fishing has remained consistently inconsistent. We have landed some very nice stripers this week drifting bunker. Fish in the 25-40 lb range have cooperated, just not in big numbers. We more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2014-06-26
6:51 PM

Bass fishing starting to pick up. - After a slower than slow start to our season the bass are starting to show up and are taking flies. There has been a noticeable lack of squid for them to eat and it wasn't until the small butterfish and herring arrived that brought the bass around t more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2014-06-20
4:42 PM

The fish are finally heading our way.... - Now that the weather has warmed up somewhat, we're finding porgies, sea bass, fluke, medium-size bluefish, schoolies and large stripers (at night or very early in the morning.) Huge sand eel hatches have been spotted on the northern shores of L.I. more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2014-06-17
2:42 PM

This past week - Fishing this past week has been hot and cold. Stripers are still migrating in and out of the area. One day the fish will be on the reefs and feeding, the next day absent. The bunker have been consistent in the morning's allowing us to land the large more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2014-06-06
2:12 PM

Slow, but picking up.... - The season has been late in starting, but folks have been bringing in porgies, bluefish and striped bass--even some nice-sized fluke. more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2014-06-03
8:47 PM

Trophy stripers on live bait - This past weekend the fishing finally broke open. We landed 20 stripers between 35-48 inches. 4 fish were 40-47 lbs. All fish were landed using live bunker, 3 of the largest fish were safely released. Bluefish are in the mix chopping on the baits and more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2014-05-15
3:56 PM

No news; maybe next week. - We haven't even wet a line since launching our boat last week. The local reports have been very discouraging as all of us eagerly await the arrival of warm weather on a steady basis. more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands

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