14 June 2013

• Long Island Sound Fishing Report


“When the weather has allowed the fleet to sail, anglers have found the summer flatties, including a fair number of keepers, stacked along the edges of shallow flats inside bays and harbors.

"A greater percentage of bigger fish, but lesser numbers overall, have been culled from 20- to 40-foot depths off prominent Long Island Sound points and in open ocean waters outside each of the South Shore inlets.

”Out in the open waters of Long Island Sound, catches have been solid in 12- to 17-foot depths….”

Read the full article at this link: Newsday.com

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