25 September 2014

• Connecticut, Long Island Sound, Housatonic River Saltwater Fishing Report: 24 September 2014



Winds had us hiding in the few places where we wouldn't be blown out to sea. Fortunately, there were striped bass there. We tallied a total of 28 schoolies on both swimbait/jig combinations and flies...had doubles going several times.



Dragger wallowing in the trough at the mouth of the Housatonic River.



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Whitecaps at the mouth of the River.









I tallied a striper on a large bunker-pattern fly that Capt. Chris Elser gave me. Charlie had luck with a smaller all-white clouser.



One man's curse is often another man's joy.



Anyone know what these birds are? They're in the sandpiper family, possibly dowitchers?



Source: ConnecticutSaltwaterFishing.com


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