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Long Island Sound Fishing Reports


2013-10-17
2:07 PM

A bit of a Fall Run this year - For the past two weeks we have seen schools of bass and bluefish coming through chasing tons of bait.There has been so much food the blues have rounded bellies. There are a fair number of fish to catch when the winds are reasonable. The bass and blu more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2013-09-27
8:57 AM

A challange - Most anglers in this part of New England know that this years fishing has been challenge so far. We have had spurts of good fishing followed by a disappearing act by the fish. There are some bass and blues around. The bonito that we enjoyed earlier i more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2013-09-05
3:54 PM

Bass & Blues with an occasional Bonito - The fishing has held up pretty well for the past two weeks. One day its bass and the next will be blues and the third day will be mixed. Last week the Bonito showed in our area. We were able to catch them with flies and spin gear. They are very hit o more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2013-08-25
9:52 AM

Kingfisher lands 52 lb. Striper - Excellent bass fishing around the full moon occurred this week with LOTS of bass, including a 52 lbr. landed on Sun. evening by Mike Chase. Limits of bass came aboard early in the week using various technique's. Top water action with bass and bluefis more...
Capt. Scott Anderson - Long Island Sound


2013-08-15
8:02 PM

Fishing improves with cooler weather - This past weeks cooler temps have brought an increase of bass and blues back to our side of the Sound. The butterfish continue to be the food of choice. They are ranging in size from smaller than a dime to four inches in length. Today I saw the first more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2013-07-26
8:23 PM

Hot Striper fishing - The past two weeks have produced consistent striper catches with fish up to 45lbs. aboard the Kingfisher. Trolling parachutes and drifting bucktails during the day, while live eels at night have been the ticket. Fluke fishing has been very good when more...
Capt. Scott Anderson - Long Island Sound


2013-07-18
1:04 PM

Stripers follow the Butterfish inshore - This past week has shown a huge increase of bait into Long Island Sound.It has been mostly comprised of half dollar sized butterfish. The bait was followed in by a good numbers of bass.The fish have been jumping all over flies and Small jigs. We have more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2013-06-20
5:14 PM

New body of bass have arrived! - The upcoming full moon has triggered the arrival of big numbers of bass! Fishing this past weekend and during the week has resulted in consistent catches of bass to 40lbs. Not a lot of interference from bluefish as well. Fluke fishing is very good wh more...
Capt. Scott Anderson - Long Island Sound


2013-06-03
6:45 PM

Bass and Blues - Striped bass and bluefish continue to provide consistant catches in Eastern Long Island Sound. Great weather and flat calm conditions on Sat. allowed us to fish numerous locations which all produced! Fluke fishing off Misquamicut was not very product more...
Capt. Scott Anderson - Long Island Sound


2013-05-23
9:15 AM

Striper fishing is warming up - We got out twice this week fishing for stripers in heavy fog. We found them in several locations feeding on small sand eels and silversides. We managed a few fish over 15 lbs. and one over 20. Most fish were in the six to eight lbs.We haven't seen more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound

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