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Connecticut Fishing Reports


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


2016-10-06
8:55 AM

Slowing Down to a Crawl... - We fished a few times since our last report. Our passengers caught some nice porgies, some sea bass, bluefish and fluke. Fluke are now out of season, so they had to be thrown back. We'll be pulling our CT boat from the water at the end of this m more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2016-10-04
7:57 PM

Fall migration heating up - This past weekend saw Stripers returning to the area in increasing numbers mixing with Bluefish of various sizes. The action has been fast and furious as the fish are gorging in preparation for the migration South. We are catching fish trolling and c more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2016-09-23
9:57 PM

Mixed bag.... - We've had some good temps, but the winds have been bothersome. We fished a few times, catching mainly sea bass and porgies, along with small bluefish and a few sand sharks. Only five weeks left to go for the season; pulling the boat out of the wa more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2016-09-18
7:33 AM

Early Fall fishing is heating up! - This week the improvement in Striped Bass fishing indicated that the fall feed is underway.A marked improvement in the number of Stripers in the area, in various sizes mixed with gorging Bluefish, shows that fish are staring to move and are preparing more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound

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