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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mark Anderson


2008-08-07
12:43 PM

Past week fishing trips aboard the Kingfisher - Bob Friemuth and friends did well catching some nice stripers on live bait then scored big on the hordes of blues in the race this past Saturday. Bobby T,s group got two 40+ pound bass and also got in on the bluefish action on Sunday. Don Luth came more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2008-07-29
7:38 PM

Last week of July Fishing on the Kingfisher - Midweek trips saw the Tom Morgan, Carl Leiper, Rene Wendell, and John Hall groups all have great trips with plenty of steady action throughout each trip. From dropping live bait down to hefty stripers or topwater light tackle on smaller stripers with more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2008-07-20
9:01 AM

Another 50 pounder aboard the Kingfisher - This has been an incredible week for the Kingfisher. Big fish have been around in great numbers in our end of the sound. I thought this past weekend was awesome getting a 50 pounder and all but it will be hard to match my last trip with regular custo more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2008-07-18
10:09 AM

Another 50 pounder caught aboard the Kingfisher - more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2008-07-14
10:31 AM

Doesn't get any better than this! - At some point in ones life the saying, doesn't get any better than this is perfect for the time, place, or given situation your in. That was definately the situation for this weekends charters. Fishing the famed Easter end of Long Island Sound, two more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2008-07-09
10:24 PM

First week of July fishing with the Kingfisher - Friday the 4th started out the weekend with a bang. The Robert Brazilli group had bass hitting the whole trip. The hickory shad finally showed up in big numbers for Robert and we filled the livewell in no time. Stripers from 35 to 45 readily took o more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2008-06-29
8:00 AM

CT saltwater fishing charter report for the end of June - Monday morning Dwight Wooten scored big on a fat 45 trophy bass. The rest of the group caught fish in the 35 to 43 range. All fish this morning were caught on live Hickory Shad which have finally showed up in good numbers. Tuesday Bill Wilk c more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2008-06-23
9:17 PM

Weekend report from the Kingfisher - Wednesday June 18th Frank Soydan and friends caught several keeper stripers with plenty of action on blues and small stripers. Thursday morning, Scott Flarrety and group had a blast with light tackle on blues and bass all day. Thursday aftern more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2008-06-16
10:11 AM

Not a slammer, but a good weekend aboard the Kingfisher - Fog slowed things down this weekend and the bait wasn't around but but we still managed to put our customers on plenty of action this past weekend. This is the time of year the that some days the live bait are here some days and some days not. By Jul more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2008-06-04
11:13 AM

2008 Season starting off GREAT! on the Kingfisher - First trip out this year started out great for the Kingfisher. Stripers were stacked up on the reef and we were hitting fish on every drift. All stripers in the mid sized range with the biggest going 38 inches. Great way to start off the year. Looks more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound

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