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Fall has arrived

Capt. Sandy Noyes
September 12, 2010
Long Island Sound - Saltwater Fishing Report

After the waters calmed down from the missed hurricane the fishing started to pick up again. The bluefish have been around everyday.The only changes are the sizes. One day they are big and the next day they are around five lbs. We had our first showing of albies this past week. There have been more each day. We still have a lot of bait locally. The bass are way inshore after the peanut bunker and mullet.

Long Island Sound Fishing Forecast:

The water temps are starting to drop. That should begin the fall migration of bass and larger bluefish. The albies should build up for another month of good fishing.

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We do fly fishing and light tackle trips out of Stonington, CT. We fish the Watch Hill Reefs as far East as Newport, RI out to Montauk in the fall and West to the Connecticut River. We also cover the Race,the Sluiceway and Plum Gut. Depending on the time of the year we will be looking for Striped Bass, Bluefish, Bonito, False Albacore and Bluefin Tuna. On our trips we can provide everything except food and clothing.

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Rum Runner Guide Service
19 Turnpike Park
Norwich, CT 06360
Phone: 860-886-9212
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