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Connecticut Fishing Reports

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Connecticut Fishing Reports


2019-08-08
1:48 PM

Monster Bluefish - This past week we have been battling Monster size Bluefish up to 17Lbs. Mostly being caught on live bunker. Some school size Striped Bass are also being landed on bucktails and trolled umbrella rigs. Sea Bass and Fluke are coming aboard, however most more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2019-07-19
2:14 PM

Hot Striper fishing! - The past 2 weeks we have been landing numerous medium to large stripers in the 34-43 range. Drifting live bunker and eels has been the ticket.The Black Sea Bass bite has also picked up in our area with fish up to 24. Fluke fishing has been mostly s more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2019-06-25
10:09 AM

Bigger Stripers mixing in - Larger Striped bass have started to mix in with the numerous school bass that have been providing good action the last couple weeks.Bluefish have still been a rare catch. Sea Bass are still producing good catches while fluke can be a challenge to top more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2019-06-16
8:51 AM

Stripers and Sea Bass - Striped Bass and Black Sea Bass continue to dominate the local fishing scene. School size Stripers continue to provide fast action on bucktails and swim shads, they have been ignoring live bait offerings. The Black Sea Bass fishing has been consisten more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2019-05-26
9:00 PM

Lots of Stripers! - The first Charter of the 2019 season started with a bang. Fishing grandpa Maurice and son Jeremy had a great time landing a total of 21 Stripers drifting and trolling. Fish were feeding hard on the loads of bait that was present. Most fish were schoo more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2019-05-20
7:14 PM

First trip of 2019 - This past Sunday we took the first trip of 2019 and found schoolie Stripers, Fluke, Porgies, and numerous Sea Robins to keep the rods bending. Water temps are warming and more fish are arriving daily.Trips are booking quickly. Visit www.charterfishin more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2018-10-18
6:10 AM

Fall fishing - As the season winds down there are plenty more opportunities to connect with Stripers, Bluefish, and Blackfish. more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2018-08-05
4:18 PM

Ready for 2nd half of the season - Mid season maintenance was completed this week an the Kingfisher is back in action. Prior to this week Striper action was good with Bluefish mixing in to add to the catch. Stripers to 30lbs have been eager to take live bunker and eels as well as diam more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2018-07-15
6:12 PM

Hot Striper fishing this week! - This past weekend saw some excellent catches during the week. Limits of Bass were taken on Tue, Wed. and Thursday with sizes to 42. Also the numbers of tasty Sea Bass are on the increase in our area. Bluefish are still missing from the action?? Very more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2018-07-04
7:12 AM

Slammin the Sea Bass - This past week we have been targeting the HOT Sea Bass bight. Limits of Sea Bass to 25 have been taken home with large knotheads being the norm! Some Scup and Fluke have been mixed in as well. The Striped bass and Bluefish have been on the slow sid more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound

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