05 September 2009

Fish Forecast, Bluefish Tourney Results, and a Propeller

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Charles Walsh’s Fishing Report

“If you thought the sudden turn to colder weather would turn on the fishing like a kitchen spigot, well, not quite, my friend. There are still plenty of fish to be caught, but the fall run is still a few weeks away. Judging by the average size of the bluefish weighed in for the WICC contest, the big choppers still have not shown up, choosing instead to remain in the harbors and inlets on Long Island's north shore. Nine-pound blues were the contest average.”

Read more at ConnPost.com

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Summary of the Bluefish Tournament

"A big surprise—1.11 pounds separated the No. 1 fish from the 20th. A 13.92 bluefish held on all weekend to unofficially capture the win.”

More details at: TheDay.com

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Fisherment Net…A Propeller

“A fishing boat harvesting squid for Lund's Fisheries on Ocean Drive has snagged an airplane propeller believed to be from a World War II-era military plane.:

Interesting read in: PressofAtlanticCity.com

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Don’t forget, a saltwater fishing license is now required to fish the marine waters of Connecticut. You can purchase one for $10.00 from your local bait & tackle shop, such as Newtown Bait & Tackle, or at Town/City Hall.

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