01 December 2012

• Charles Walsh’s Fishing Column – 30 NOV 2012

“Remediation ongoing to clean up 'The Gun Club'

”On the maps, it's called Stratford Point, but most anglers just call it 'The Gun Club.' Traditionally, its boulder-strewn shoreline is one of the top fishing spots on the Connecticut coast, holding large populations of striped bass, bluefish, fluke and even blackfish.

"Shore anglers set up on the boulders to cast bait chunks into the submerged rocks, while boat-borne fishers cruise close to either troll with tube and worm rigs or drift to cast lures toward the boulders….”

Read the whole article at: CTPost.com

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