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Fishing Reports by Capt. Sandy Noyes


2017-10-01
10:01 AM

Fall run is starting - So far this summer fishing has been slower than we would have liked. Its all starting to change now. With the passing of the two hurricanes the winds are down and the water is clearing up. The stripers are around in good numbers and are willing to bi more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2016-07-21
5:04 PM

new baitfish in town - The past week has shown some improvement in striper fishing. We had big blues chasing ocean herring and good sized butterfish for the first time this season. There have also been big schools of peanuts coming through. That should keep the fish in a more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2016-06-30
8:22 AM

The bass are moving around inshore. - The past two weeks have shown some inconsistency as far as numbers go. The inshore bite has been really good on some days and hard work the next day. We are starting to see some schools of small blues come into the area. Most of our fish have been ca more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2016-06-09
10:47 AM

They are on the move - When the wind has allowed us to get out we have started seeing more bass locally. Our last trip saw several schools chasing small sand eels on top. There have been a few scattered blue fish but not enough to target. When the winds die down there sho more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2015-08-22
11:03 AM

Late Summer patterns - The bass fishing is still holding up pretty well with the ebb tide being the better one to fish. The big blues have thinned out and moved off a little bit. We are still getting shots at bonito. One day is pretty good and the next day is a struggle. more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2015-07-23
10:05 AM

Summertime Blues - We were able to get out a few times this past week and found schools of baby bunker arriving in our waters. This bait has also brought schools of one to five pound bluefish. The bonus is that there are also stripers mixed in with the blues. more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2015-05-28
9:56 AM

Springtime on the Sound - We have been back in the water for a little over a week now. We did manage to get out one day when the wind forgot to blow. We found bass up to ten lbs. on flies and spin gear. We didn't see anything on top but as the water warms and the migration ki more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2014-09-04
6:59 PM

Its almost Fall - The past week has seen an increase of bass and blues coming into our area. The bait schools are getting back together after the two storms split them up. We had good trips early in the week on the ebb tide bringing bass up after the baby squid. The a more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2014-08-14
10:04 AM

Bait and more bait - Most people know that this has been a pretty tough year for those that like to use flies and artificials for bass and bluefish. The good news is that some bonito have arrived in our area earlier than usual. They were at Watch Hill for a few days and more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2014-07-10
2:08 PM

Bass moving in - This past week has seen increasing numbers of fish starting to show on top. There is a lot of small bait arriving which is helping. Most of the fish are schoolies but we'll take that. We saw our first schools of adult bunker that were not in a river. more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound

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