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Connecticut Fishing Reports


2012-07-07
10:01 AM

HOT, HOT, HOT.... - The weather was cool and dry on Tuesday, June 26, and we sailed at 7:30am with Joe Walsh of NYC and his niece and nephew, Sam and Alex. But the winds came up quite suddenly and stayed with us throughout the trip. But the family did well with lots of more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2012-06-27
6:19 PM

Wild Weather Swings, But Fishing's Been Good.... - We fished on Thursday morning with B.J. Grinage of Pittsburgh PA and his brother, Bryan, and Bryan's son, Winston (L.B.) along with B.J.'s dad, Berchman Grinage–all from North Carolina. The family enjoyed bringing in porgies and fluke. The afterno more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2012-06-24
9:31 AM

Slamming stripers! - Joe Rizzo and crew slammed the stripers Friday afternoon/evening. They landed a dozen keepers in 2 hrs. and were tossing back keepers in the 34-37 class thereafter. Finished the trip with explosive topwater bluefish action! Sat. morning's trip saw a more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2012-06-22
11:19 AM

Hot fluking - This past fathers day weekend saw a slow bite with the bass while bluefish made up the bulk of the catch. Fluke fishing on the other hand was very good on fathers day with plenty of action and a limit of keepers. I expect a new slug of bass will ente more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2012-06-21
7:47 AM

THE HEAT IS ON..... - On Thursday we fished with David Kent, a British Columbian native, currently living in Dubai. It was windy, so he couldn't use a fly rod, which he prefers, but–he boated 12 striped bass and one bluefish on light tackle with bucktail lures. Friday' more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2012-06-12
5:54 PM

Great weather and great fishing! - This past weekend found bass and blue's in the Race and fluke off of Fisher's. Fri night Harold and Shawn caught fish on almost every drift using bucktails. Fish were crashing the surface as well as holding deep. Saturday we concentrated on the fluke more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2012-06-07
2:12 PM

It's mid-June, and the Sound is coming alive.... - Larger striped bass have been caught on bunker chunks--with the average keeper 31-38; bluefish of all sizes are coming in--using topwater poppers--in 60-80 ft. depths. Fluke are being caught, but most of them are shorts. We haven't seen porgies on more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2012-06-02
9:19 AM

The Sound is starting to wake up. - After a slow start this week the fishing started to come around. There were small schools of bass chasing squid on top. The problem was that the fish would come up grab a squid and head right back to the bottom. There were some fish on small herring more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2012-05-20
9:17 PM

It's finally starting.... - We've had our boat in the water for about ten days now, and we've done some scouting, but there's nothing exciting to report. Some local fishermen tell of getting decent-sized stripers in the early morning hours--using fresh bunker chunks. Others h more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2012-05-17
8:52 AM

Stripers are on the move - We put the boat in the water this past week and took a quick exploratory ride inshore looking for some stripers. We found them quickly and had fun with fish from six to sixteen pounds. We started at 11:00 AM and were finished at 1:00 PM. Not the best more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound

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