28 June 2015

• Connecticut, Long Island Sound, Housatonic River Saltwater Fishing Report: 25 June 2015



Charlie W. and I fished for a few hours on Thursday afternoon...wrong time of day...wrong tide [it was dead low when we started...I prefer the outgoing tide].


We ran over to Milford...went all the way up to the yacht club...saw no gamefish...no bunker.


Returning to the mouth of the Housatonic we caught a couple of schoolies...


...but had our best luck after a quick run west...where we found more abundant schoolies and small bluefish...




Back at the marina we spotted this, the latest winner of the "Mine's Bigger Than Yours" contest.

Yes, that's four [count 'em, 4] 350-horse outboards on that boat...a total of 1,400 horsepower [for the arithmetic-challenged].



And speaking of big ones, here's a photo of a 65.5-lb. striper caught near Buoy 18.

We don't know what the fisherman's name is, what bait was used, or whether or not the fisherman practiced CPR***, but it was one heckuva fish.

If anyone has more details about this catch, we'd be happy to print them here.

CPR***: Catch, Photograph, Release.


Source: ConnecticutSaltwaterFishing.com

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