10 August 2012

• Eastern Long Island Sound Fishing Report

”Warm waters have brought bluefish inshore in large numbers. Most of the fish are mid-sized, two to six pounders. However, these voracious predators eat so much so fast this time of year, you can almost watch them grow in your hands when they are feeding heavily.

"Joking aside, anglers will see an average increase in size every few weeks until, stuffed like hogs they migrate off shore and to the south to wait out the winter.

”There are lots of menhaden along the coast with schools making their way up the Thames to Norwich on a daily basis. There is good fishing from Trading Cove to the harbor, with most catches coming in association with the movement of bunker schools up and down river with the prevailing tides.”

Source: NorwichBulletin.com

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