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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mark Anderson


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


2018-06-19
8:10 PM

Hot Sea Bass fishing - This past week the Black Sea Bass fishing has been excellent! The size and numbers have been impressive with some fluke mixed in as well. Striped Bass fishing slowed over the weekend with the strong new moon tides. Bluefish have yet to arrive in numb more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2018-06-10
9:23 PM

Fishing the Race - This past weekend we made 3 trips to the Race that produced Stripers in various sizes from 24-43. Fish were caught trolling and drifting bucktails and swim baits. Only a few bluefish were landed. The stronger moon tides this week should bring more B more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2018-05-31
8:25 PM

Striper action this past weekend ! - Stripers in mixed sizes to 45 provided good action this past weekend. Drifting bucktails was the most productive method as numerous schoolie size bass were mixed in with fish in the 30 class on Saturday for Justin Docter and crew allowing them to c more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2018-04-16
10:09 PM

Starting the Season May 20th - The Kingfisher has made its maiden voyage of the 2018 season to Conners & O'Brien marina in Stonington,CT for installation of new Simrad electronics. I anticipate being back in Old Saybrook,CT at Between the Bridges Marina in a couple weeks preparing more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2018-01-07
11:19 AM

Excellent Blackfishing - The first couple weeks of November provided the best Blackfishing of the year to finish the season for the Kingfisher. Quality fish to 10lbs along with full limits allowed us to stock up some freezers for the holidays. A big Thank You and Happy Holi more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2017-09-20
8:51 PM

Bonita and Blues - This week the Bonita were mixed with Bluefish around Plum Island providing fast and furious action. The Black Sea Bass fishing also was on the upswing with some quality fish mixed with lots of shorts. Bass fishing will improve as fish start to push b more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound


2017-09-03
10:24 PM

Bluefish and Stripers - Bluefish from 5-18lbs have been feeding aggressively and providing fast and furious action. Some Striped Bass have been mixing in. Larger fish have been taking live bunker. Bottom fishing is a mix of Sea Bass and Porgies. We have openings on Sept. 10 more...
Capt. Mark Anderson - Long Island Sound

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