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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mark Anderson


2014-07-01
10:27 PM

Inconsistent fishing this week - This past week saw some good catches, and some not so good. The fishing has remained consistently inconsistent. We have landed some very nice stripers this week drifting bunker. Fish in the 25-40 lb range have cooperated, just not in big numbers. We more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2014-06-17
2:42 PM

This past week - Fishing this past week has been hot and cold. Stripers are still migrating in and out of the area. One day the fish will be on the reefs and feeding, the next day absent. The bunker have been consistent in the morning's allowing us to land the large more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2014-06-03
8:47 PM

Trophy stripers on live bait - This past weekend the fishing finally broke open. We landed 20 stripers between 35-48 inches. 4 fish were 40-47 lbs. All fish were landed using live bunker, 3 of the largest fish were safely released. Bluefish are in the mix chopping on the baits and more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2013-08-25
9:52 AM

Kingfisher lands 52 lb. Striper - Excellent bass fishing around the full moon occurred this week with LOTS of bass, including a 52 lbr. landed on Sun. evening by Mike Chase. Limits of bass came aboard early in the week using various technique's. Top water action with bass and bluefis more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2013-07-26
8:23 PM

Hot Striper fishing - The past two weeks have produced consistent striper catches with fish up to 45lbs. aboard the Kingfisher. Trolling parachutes and drifting bucktails during the day, while live eels at night have been the ticket. Fluke fishing has been very good when more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2013-06-20
5:14 PM

New body of bass have arrived! - The upcoming full moon has triggered the arrival of big numbers of bass! Fishing this past weekend and during the week has resulted in consistent catches of bass to 40lbs. Not a lot of interference from bluefish as well. Fluke fishing is very good wh more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2013-06-03
6:45 PM

Bass and Blues - Striped bass and bluefish continue to provide consistant catches in Eastern Long Island Sound. Great weather and flat calm conditions on Sat. allowed us to fish numerous locations which all produced! Fluke fishing off Misquamicut was not very product more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2013-05-20
7:52 PM

Start of the 2013 season! - This past weekend we ran three trips, fishing the Race, Watch Hill reefs, and Fisher's Island. The Eastern end of Long Island Sound found Bass up to 44 feeding on butterfish in the Race along with a few Bluefish. The Fluke have also arrived on the s more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2012-08-26
7:32 PM

This Past weekend - Stripers and blue's continue to provide excellent catches in and around the race. This past weekend George Chase and his brother Tom landed bass to 35 lbs and too many blues to count. The bluefish action was nonstop on top water poppers. Buckails in more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2012-07-19
4:17 PM

Tale of two tides - This past week saw outstanding fishing on the ebb tide. Stripers and blues were feeding hard on the outgoing tide, three-wayed bucktails produced stripers up to 37 and bluefish to 14lbs. The flood tide was VERY slow with both species in the race. Tr more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound

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