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Long Island Sound Fishing Reports


2012-06-02
9:19 AM

The Sound is starting to wake up. - After a slow start this week the fishing started to come around. There were small schools of bass chasing squid on top. The problem was that the fish would come up grab a squid and head right back to the bottom. There were some fish on small herring more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2012-05-17
8:52 AM

Stripers are on the move - We put the boat in the water this past week and took a quick exploratory ride inshore looking for some stripers. We found them quickly and had fun with fish from six to sixteen pounds. We started at 11:00 AM and were finished at 1:00 PM. Not the best more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2012-05-13
5:41 PM

The fish are in! - This weekend we brought the boat back to Noank and fished the Race cathing a limit of bass within a couple hours. Three-wayed tsunmi shads and diamond jigs produced bass during the flood tide on Sat. and the ebb on Sun. Sunday's trip started slow but more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2011-10-27
10:15 AM

The bluefish are hungry - We finished our season this week with a very successful bluefish trip. We had them all day with the average size around eight lbs. There were a lot of bay anchovies that are still hanging around. The colder nights will have them moving south pretty s more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2011-10-13
9:01 AM

Striper fishing is as good as it gets. - Our Monday trip brought an abundance of shots at schools of albies that were in an eating frame of mind. When that started getting old we switched to throwing flies for bass. The fish averaged 12lbs. plus with the best one scaling 25 lbs.We left the more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2011-09-29
6:18 PM

August in September - Its been an up and down month so far. Things just started to get going in the Fall mode when the warm spell came and the water temps went back to Summer levels. The albies showed up about when due and were starting to bunch up and start eating like t more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2011-09-18
10:24 AM

The albies have arrived. - Its been a very busy week so far. The albies showed up last weekend and the hunt has been in high gear. The fishing was better earlier before the crowds showed up. The fish are still around but are getting a bit gun shy because of all the boats. Ther more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2011-09-08
9:08 PM

Fishing before and after Irene - Fishing before the storm was excellent to outstanding and remained the same after the wind died down as well. Casting spin tackle around the Watch Hill reefs was very productive in spite of the crowded conditions with stripers in the 26-33 in. class. more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2011-08-18
8:32 AM

Bluefish and more bluefish - Right now bluefishing is the best game in town. They are spread out just about everywhere you look from Orient Point to Watch Hill and are here in good numbers.At times its a fish on every cast. They are still feeding on butterfish from one to four i more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2011-08-10
3:25 PM

Friday night trip - Friday evening's trip was very good. Live eels produced 10 bass between 32 to 44 inches. Best fish was 42 lbs. Bluefish were not much of a problem. We only have a couple openings left in August. more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound

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