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Connecticut Fishing Reports


2016-09-08
11:43 AM

Crazy Weather, Few Charters As a Result - We did several charters over the last ten days of August, and one during Labor Day Weekend, but Hermine forced cancellation of two other trips, and calls have slowed down significantly ever since, which isn't unusual for this time of year. We'd be more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2016-09-04
10:31 AM

Loads of bait for the fall run! - This week saw Bluefish continue to dominate the action with Sea Bass and some fluke providing excellent table fare. The CT river is loaded with small bunker which will attract hunger Stripers and Blue's during the upcoming fall migration. The action more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2016-08-25
1:15 PM

Steady action for the past two weeks... - We've had to dodge some threatening weather, but when we were able to stay on the water our passengers brought in bluefish large and small, porgies of varying sizes, some fluke and small sea bass. Most of the bluefish action was mid-Sound top water, more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2016-08-22
8:39 AM

Week of 8/14/16 - The Bluefish bonanza continues! This past week bluefish provided non-stop action with fish ranging in size from small to monsters up to 18lbs. We have been catching them drifting bait,artificial's,casting,and trolling.Some smaller Stripers are also m more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2016-08-12
11:41 AM

Beastly Hot; Trips a Bit Down Right Now - We fished a few times over the past ten days. Our passengers caught nice-sized porgies, some sea bass and bluefish, and even a keeper sea trout a/k/a weakfish (very rare these days.) more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2016-08-10
8:46 AM

Lots of Bluefish and quality Sea Bass - This past weekend saw the Striper action slow down and the bluefish take over with non-stop action! Week tides played a role in the Bass slow down, this coming weekend should be much better. The sea bass bite has improved with some VERY nice fish bei more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2016-08-04
9:16 AM

Last week of July - The Hot Striper bite of last week has slowed somewhat as the numbers of Bluefish have increased. We are still catching Bass up to 44 with some smaller keeper sized fish as well. Bluefish are of various sizes from 3-17lbs. We have been using live bu more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2016-07-31
2:56 PM

Summer Doldrums are nigh.... - Our area has been dealing with very high temps, and we've been getting a mixed bag; but nothing is consistent of predictable. Among our catches last week were large sea bass, some decent fluke, bluefish of different sizes, and the occasional porgy more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2016-07-24
7:36 AM

Slammer Striper fishing this week - This past week was the best of the year for big Stripers and huge Bluefish. Trips during the week saw Striped bass to 40lbs landed in big numbers. One trip totaled 15 Bass between 33-44, all were caught using live bunker that is plentiful in the riv more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2016-07-21
5:04 PM

new baitfish in town - The past week has shown some improvement in striper fishing. We had big blues chasing ocean herring and good sized butterfish for the first time this season. There have also been big schools of peanuts coming through. That should keep the fish in a more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound

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