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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mark Anderson


2011-08-02
9:44 AM

Weekend fishing remains very good - This past weekend fishing was very good in the race with bass and big bluefish taking a variety of offerings. Trolling tubes and chutes as well as drifting bucktails, diamond jigs, and live eels all scored keeper bass to 36 and various size blues to more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2011-07-29
9:23 AM

last week trips - Last week's evening trips saw excellent fishing as the bite turned on just before sunset. Bass and blue's went on a feeding frenzy. Large blue's in the 10-15 lb. class and bass 29-40 inches were landed using bucktails and live eels. average catches w more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2011-07-14
9:27 AM

Excellent fishing continues - This past week saw very big fish landed aboard the Kingfisher. Striped Bass to 40 and bluefish to 15lbs. have been caught using a wide variety of technique's. Diamond jigs, plastic swim baits, live eels, and on the fly rod have all been effective de more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2011-06-28
9:20 PM

6/26 The Race - Sunday's trips were a tale of two trips. The morning saw slow fishing to go with foggy conditions. We landed a couple bass, lost a couple and added some bluefish to the catch. The afternoon trip was a slammer. Richard and friends limited out with 10 more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2011-06-23
9:58 AM

Limits of Bass - Fished in the Race Tuesday and Wednesday scoring limits of Bass both days. Three-wayed swim baits and trolling chutes produced stripers up to 34. Some smaller blue's were also part of the mix. We will begin hunting for some live baits this week.Stil more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2011-06-20
1:50 PM

Weekend of 6/18 - This past weekend the bass fishing on the Watch Hill reefs slowed so we concentrated on the local fluke population. Good fishing found us catching good numbers of fluke up to 22. Weakening tides should improve fishing for bass and blue's this week. more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2011-06-09
8:31 PM

The Race is the hot spot ! - Just got back from the Race after being chased off the water by the T-storms. Jeff Haines and crew were catching fish on every drift Three-waying swim baits just before the front arrived and forced us to leave em biting. Bass made up most of the catc more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2011-06-01
9:16 PM

Memorial Day weekend - The weekend fishing on the reefs was very good on Sat. For Cathy and her dad aboard the Kingfisher. They landed 4-5 keepers each using spin tackle and sand eel immitations in very foggy conditions.On Sun. the fishing began to slow as the sand eel pop more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Watch Hill Reefs


2011-05-23
7:41 PM

Hot topwater and light tackle action! - This weekend's trips found customers enjoying outstanding fishing with stripers to 38 on top water squid imitations and plastic swim baits. Saturday Bill and Will Rishel along with friend Chris Anderson used spinning gear (17lb.braid) to catch and r more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2011-05-15
8:49 PM

Stripers in the Race - have arrived! Bass in the 30 class along with some small bluefish provided action on Sat. 5/14. The Hoppe crew from PA. enjoyed calm conditions catching fish trolling and drifting. By next weekend the fishing should be excellent with bigger fish arr more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound

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