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Fishing Reports by Capt. Sal Tardella


2014-02-07
6:15 PM

Fishing still so-so, but it's good to be in a warm state! - We've been out only a couple of times this month, but today we hosted visiting friends, Kathleen and Mark Nolan of Halifax MA--taking them on a three-hour tour of the Indian River. Kathleen had never fished before, and she enjoyed bringing in some la more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2014-01-24
12:26 PM

Too Cold and Too Windy - We haven't been out for a couple of weeks because it's just not worth the trouble. Temps have been consistently low, and winds are consistently high almost every day. You might carve out a morning or an afternoon with better weather, but fishing more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2013-12-31
12:40 PM

The Indian River is Holding Many Species.... - We've fished a few times since launching our Florida boat. Last week we went out with a neighbor, Josh—a very fine young man who served as a U.S. Army M.P. in Iraq and Afghanistan—and his friend, Golan—a chef at a prominent condo community in Vero more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2013-12-14
11:17 PM

Back in the Sunshine State and Happy to be Here! - We launched our Florida boat several days ago, and spent about three hours looking around the Indian River and the mouth of the Sebastian Inlet. Lots of boats surrounded us in most of the usual haunts, but we brought in a nice pompano, lots of ladyf more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2013-10-21
7:38 PM

Lots of Porgies, Sea Bass, Blues and even Weakfish - The temps have dropped, of course, and sometimes it's difficult to get out into deeper water because of the winds, but we've been catching many species of local fish, especially when we can get into the middle of L.I. Sound, which is holding large bl more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2013-10-05
1:26 PM

Good porgy and bluefish action; weakfish have arrived, too! - Trips have slowed down since Labor Day, but our last several outings were very productive. We fished a few days ago with our Danbury buddy Emilio (Amin) Pandolfi, who's a Class-A angler. While jigging in the middle of the Sound we brought in nice-si more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2013-09-19
9:35 AM

Porgies, Fluke and small Sea Bass.... - We're still waiting for the arrival of large bluefish and striped bass. Since they're not nearby right now, we're happy to supply our passengers with their fill of large porgies, fluke, lots of sea bass with an occasional keeper--as well as bluefi more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2013-09-02
2:48 PM

Mixed results for past two weeks... - We've had many trips involving large porgies, keeper fluke, bluefish, sea bass and schoolie stripers. Lots of young families came aboard My Bonnie as a summer-ending event that everyone could enjoy. All those excursions were successful. I had a more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2013-08-16
7:06 PM

Charters have picked up in the past two weeks.... - We've had good weather and bad since the end of July, but all of our August trips have been productive. It appears that many local folks have suddenly realized that summer is on the wane, and they want to get in one last trip before everyone's vacat more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


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

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