22 June 2014

• Charles Walsh’s Fishing Report – 20 June 2014


“The unseasonably cold and damp spring has kept water temperatures lower than normal for longer than normal. So, if the striper bite was slow to develop and the bluefish are just now starting to show up in local waters, many, including yours truly, are willing to blame it on the off-kilter weather. (We have to have something other than ourselves to blame when we come up empty.)

”The onset of hot weather and the warmer water that accompanies it signal two things: the need for colder beer and a change in fishing tactics.

”The beer is easy. The tactics can be a bit tricky….”

Please visit this link to read the full article: CTPost.com


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