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Fishing Reports by Capt. Sandy Noyes


2011-06-10
3:59 PM

The squid have arrived - This week brought the first consistent numbers of squid in our area. This also brought a good number of keeper sized bass.Our trips this week were all good with fish averaging eight pounds and several upwards of 15 pounds. All of these were taken on more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2011-05-28
6:51 PM

Long Island Sound is starting to turn on - We were able to get out a few times this week with the fishing improving as the week progressed. The bait of choice this year so far is the large version of the sand eel. Usually we get the ones that are around three inches long, but this year they more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2010-10-22
5:18 PM

The Fall run is on - The fishing has been awesome lately when the weather allows us to get out. We've had good schools of stripers and bluefish. The albies are gone for this season. We are going to be in the water for one more week before we call it a season. So if you w more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2010-10-03
4:43 PM

Another storm slows the fishing - We were having a great week with the albies cooperating and the bluefish as well. We had several good albi trips until the winds came up. That darkened the water and spread out the fish. A couple of days without the heavy winds and waves should get t more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2010-09-22
7:06 PM

It must be Fall the Albies are here - This past week has brought the long awaited False Albacore back to our area. They are starting to settle down and are taking flies pretty well. We have also had luck with Deadly Dicks. The past storm muddied up the waters off the beaches so you have more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2010-09-12
9:33 AM

Fall has arrived - 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 showi more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2010-08-29
9:12 AM

Everyday is different - This was a funny week fish wise. At the beginning of the week we were getting more bluefish that we wanted. It seemed that every place we went there were loads of them. Towards the weekend we had to work very hard just to find some fish. I'm not sure more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2010-08-18
3:40 PM

The blues are getting bigger. - We got out a few days this week and the fishing improved a bit each time. There are lots of baby butterfish around and the stripers are keyed in on them. There are also a lot more bluefish showing up each day. This week we had them to just over 10 lb more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2010-08-04
8:30 AM

The butterfish are here and the stripers are eating - This past week saw the annual influx of baby butterfish and they brought the stripers with them. I was out on Monday and there were plenty of bass up to 15 lbs. On Tuesday it was the same scenario except the fish were a bit smaller. The butters are s more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound


2010-07-07
1:19 PM

The stocking truck finally arrived - I went out by myself on Wednesday morning to see if I could find any signs of life. My first cast netted a 12 lb. bluefish. That was followed by a steady pick of 8 - 12 lb. stripers which lasted for several hours. I picked up another big bluefish and more...
Capt. Sandy Noyes - Long Island Sound

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