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Connecticut Fishing Reports


2015-07-16
7:45 AM

The week in review - Last week the fishing was great or poor depending on which days you went. We had 4 trips that were outstanding landing Large bluefish to 17 lbs. and quality stripers to 40 inches. The challenge was getting our live bunkers past the ravenous blues. A more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2015-07-04
12:45 PM

Bigger & Better Quality Fish.... - We've been getting lots more keeper sea bass and fluke and larger bluefish than in previous weeks. Still lots of schoolie stripers being caught, but no porgies on our side of the Sound at this time. more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2015-06-28
1:06 PM

Stripers arriving in bigger numbers and sizes - This past week saw the Kingfisher land bigger numbers and size of Stripers with only small numbers of bluefish. Live bunker has been a bit more challenging to catch. The bait is around but spread out at times. The next few weeks should see the fishin more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2015-06-22
7:43 AM

Saturday in the Race - We decided to fish the Race on Saturday as the bunker were not cooperative and the tide was right. The fishing was on the slow side as very few boats saw any action. We did manage to land a few fish including a fat 38 bass on the troll. more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2015-06-21
2:07 PM

Fishing is definitely improving.... - We've been out several times over the past 10 days. Our passengers have been catching small blues, schoolie stripers, and fluke. No sign of porgies yet, which has been a disappointment. more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2015-06-17
9:21 PM

Bigger Bass arriving - This past weekend saw the arrival of bass in the 30-40 lb class along with small to medium size bluefish. We have been using live bunker to score the larger fish. Fluking is up and down depending on the tide and conditions. more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2015-06-11
6:14 AM

Stripers are in! - The striper fishing improved dramatically this past weekend. Limits were landed on Sat. and Sun. Stripers to 47 and some smaller bluefish provided the action. Fluke fishing is also good with some fish reaching doormat size! more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2015-06-05
3:49 PM

A Few Trips to Report.... - We fished last week with Matt Milano of New Canaan and his girlfriend, Amanda Miratain. The weather was perfect, and our passengers had a great time bringing in 20 schoolie striped bass as well as three fluke, caught around the Norwalk and Westport more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2015-05-28
9:56 AM

Springtime on the Sound - We have been back in the water for a little over a week now. We did manage to get out one day when the wind forgot to blow. We found bass up to ten lbs. on flies and spin gear. We didn't see anything on top but as the water warms and the migration ki more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2015-05-25
9:42 AM

Montauk Fluke - Headed to Montauk for the start of the Fluke run and had decent results. 20 plus fish landed with a dozen keepers. Fish were spread out and we had to work to find them. Water temp was a little on the cold side (50). Locally, the river was LOADED with more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound

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