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Fishing Reports by Capt. Sal Tardella


2013-07-25
10:23 PM

Still nothing to write home about.... - We've had several charters over the last two weeks, with the primary catch being nice-sized porgies, some fluke with many keepers among them, and--once in awhile, some mid-sized bluefish on the surface. Nothing to report in the striped bass departmen more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2013-07-06
1:23 PM

Hotter temps bringing more fish to our area.... - We've had many fishing charters since our last report. Right now we're enjoying catching very large porgies, keeper fluke, schoolie striped bass, small sea bass, and bluefish 5-7 pounds. Many of our passengers are looking for lunker striped bas more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2013-06-23
10:21 AM

Fishing definitely on the upswing... - Well, the weather has finally warmed up, and we continue to catch stripers, bluefish, and some nice fluke. The arrival of porgies a few days ago brings a sigh of relief for us charter captains. These feisty guys guarantee tight lines for fishermen more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2013-06-10
10:57 AM

Late-starting season in L.I. Sound - We've been fishing for a few weeks now, catching decent-sized bluefish and small striped bass, mostly on sandworms. It's still fairly cool for this time of year, and we've had a lot of rain. Once the temps stay in the 80's for a while, we'll begi more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2013-05-09
4:53 PM

Back in the water; no trips yet - We launched My Bonnie several days ago, but we haven't wet a line. Reports are grim right now; it's just too cold. But as the temps rise, we should be seeing some porgies and stripers close to home. After a disappointing winter season in Florida more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2013-04-18
1:35 PM

The boat is out and ready for storage.... - We fished a couple of times over the past two weeks, but the action was minimal. The sea grass hasn't returned, and the local manatees are dying because they've lost their natural food source. We just pulled the boat out of the water and will be more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2013-03-26
1:17 PM

A good day now and then... - We went out on Monday with our Sebastian pal, Rick Pino, and his English fishing buddy, Ron Grisendale. It was a busy afternoon, with the three of us bringing in bluefish up to four pounds, ladyfish, pompano, and many huge jack crevelles. We're a more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2013-03-06
9:01 AM

Still ho-hum... - We've fished a half dozen times since our last report. The dearth of sea grass in the Indian River hasn't improved, but we've been picking up bluefish and jacks around the Sebastian Inlet, and we've heard news of 20-plus lb. jacks being brought in more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2013-02-07
8:03 AM

STILL HO-HUM IN CENTRAL EAST COAST FL - I've been out a couple of days in the past three weeks. Some of the offshore anglers are catching fish, most of which can't be kept because of strict size regulations. Inlet fishing is iffy, and the Indian River is still unable to hold many species more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2013-01-16
12:05 PM

Still picking away, with no home runs.... - I fished yesterday with local buddy, Jack Balme, and we did better than our last outing together. We bagged a few bluefish in the Inlet, after which we worked around the fenders, where we found some mackerel that were hitting soft curly white bait more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian

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