• Fishing Report: Norwalk Area
“Fall is the best time of the year to fish artificial lures. I always have two rods rigged, one with a bucktail or soft plastic lure to fish bottom and a bigger stiffer rod to toss poppers to breaking fish…
“Fall is ideal for fly-fishing. A 9-weight fly rod, reel and line and a supply of bucktails, small popper flies and shrimp imitations is the most fun working the shore and the Islands for schoolie bass....”
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• Fishing Report: Old Saybrook Area
“Long Island Sound is still brimming with a practically full fishery as its water temperatures hang in around 60 degrees. Typically, the wind is creating obstacles for fishers as it makes it difficult to hold bottom or set up a drift.
“On calmer days, though, fishing has been exceptional for this time, even during those foggy morning starts....”
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• Fishing Report: Eastern LIS
“Bluefish and striped bass fishing are still very good along the southern coastal shore from Watch Hill to East Matunuck with very large bluefish and school bass with keepers mixed in. We had one customer weighed in an 11.6 pound striped bass,” said Elisha Cahill of Snug Harbor Marina.
“The Atlantic menhaden showed up big time this week and last with blues and striped bass pushing them up against the shore, in some cases they were jumping in the surf and onto the beach....”
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