Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Fisherman's Gift Guide Part 1: Surf Rods & Reels - On The Water

Sam, did you get this????



Fisherman's Gift Guide Part 1: Surf Rods & Reels - On The Water

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Emergency Action Affects Cod and Haddock Fishing - On The Water

Major news affecting the (non-existent) cod fishery.



Emergency Action Affects Cod and Haddock Fishing - On The Water

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Elvis has left the building!

It had to happen.  After the entire month of October up through last weekend slammin' stripers every trip out, today we drew a blank.  A launch temp of 48 degrees at the mouth of the CT River foreshadowed things to come, but the abundance of bunker game us hope of one more day to play in the salt. This was it for me either way, as the next few weeks will be steelhead and pike trips.  Rich from Madkey Lures (http://madkeylures.com) filled the baitwell with one cast of the net and we were off to fish. We hit up spots that had been producing like clockwork without a whiff of a fish.  The temps have really been plummeting, and the fish that have been hanging around look to have finally packed it in. There may be some sporadic stuff here and there, but after fishing the incoming tide, we called it EARLY.The RI coast will likely provide some late season action, as the last of the cows follow the sea herring south. The early week looks favorable with mild SW winds forecasted, so if you're lucky enough to have the time and the means, head south to Montauk.

Fall Blues at the Mouth of the CT River

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Big Day in Derby

It's a big event in the restoration of the Naugy River.

http://www.nhregister.com/general-news/20141030/63m-fish-bypass-channel-in-derby-opens-first-of-its-kind-in-northeast


Thursday, October 23, 2014

Fishing Factory 3 Report

There are a lot of albies still around!

 http://fishinfactory3.com/fishing-reports/116/on-the-waters-connecticut-fishing-report

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Fall Striper Run on the CT River







A look at last Sunday. Forecast chased a lot of folks off the water, but there was plenty of action in fishable areas. The fall run is full on, and fish are very accessible. Fast topwater action has been a blast. Some bigger fish are down there as well, but the little guys are chewing so ferociously that you can literally catch dozens an hour.