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Connecticut Fishing Reports


2016-07-01
12:46 PM

Some good fishing last week.... - We've been catching keeper fluke, sea bass, small striped bass and assorted bluefish. Not much in the way of porgies at this time. A few passengers enjoyed bringing in nice-sized sand sharks, too, and there's no shortage of sea robins! We don't more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2016-06-30
8:22 AM

The bass are moving around inshore. - The past two weeks have shown some inconsistency as far as numbers go. The inshore bite has been really good on some days and hard work the next day. We are starting to see some schools of small blues come into the area. Most of our fish have been ca more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2016-06-20
8:40 PM

Stripers still on the move - The past few trips indicate that Striped Bass are still migrating to their summer homes along the coast of New England. Thursday we had outstanding catches with sizes up to 44 on live bunker (video on Facebook page) with only a couple bluefish mixed more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2016-06-16
10:06 AM

Fishing Definitely Improving - There are large bluefish up to 12 pounds on the surface in the middle of L.I. Sound.(Yesterday I brought in a 16-pounder while fishing aboard another captain's boat.) Also, there have been sightings of striped bass blitzing closer to home–from schoo more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2016-06-12
8:30 PM

Weak tide slower fishing - This past week featured a lot of wind and weaker tides, opposite of the weekend prior. The fishing was also opposite of the weekend prior. On Saturday we still managed a mixed bag with a couple stripers, some bluefish, sea bass, and some dogfish (san more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2016-06-09
10:47 AM

They are on the move - When the wind has allowed us to get out we have started seeing more bass locally. Our last trip saw several schools chasing small sand eels on top. There have been a few scattered blue fish but not enough to target. When the winds die down there sho more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2016-06-05
7:57 PM

Hot Striper fishing - Saturdays trip was excellent as the bass were on the feed in good numbers!Kept our limit and released a number of others. Also, no Bluefish to contend with, only a lot of other boats as is often the case on the weekend. Checked on the local Fluke and more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2016-06-04
9:45 AM

Our first week back! - We're back on the water, and the weather's been cooperative, even though the fish are a bit fickle--feeding mostly during the dropping tide. Our maiden voyage on L.I. Sound was on the Friday before the Memorial weekend. It went smoothly, and the more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2016-05-30
8:47 AM

Montauk/Gut - Took the run over to Montauk on Saturday to find the wind a bit to strong to hold bottom effectively, so we trolled for stripers and blues that were working the bait over in the area around the point. We then headed over to the Gut to get out of the more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2016-05-12
5:56 PM

Back on Long Island Sound! - We launched My Bonnie today, and we'll probably do a bit of scouting next week. Nothing to report at this time. more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands

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Long Island Sound (261)

New Haven (25)

Norwalk Islands (378)

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