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About fishoninct

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  1. My daughter, youngest of 3 kids, goes to college as a freshman Thursday. I would like to catch some crabs for her before she leaves. If anyone has a recommendation about where to catch some, please pm me. Thanks in advance. I did try in a river with a public boat launch in mid sound and got nada.
  2. Fished off Bridgeport Thursday. Caught plenty of shorts. Some fluke, sea bass, scup, and some robins. Mostly aro 40 fow.
  3. Unreal!!!! Another example of people in our state RUINING our shoreline. Do politicians wonder why so many Connecticut residents want to leave? Tax you to poverty level and regulation to death. What a shame to all the fishermen without boats!!!!!
  4. Thanks for the information. I will post if I find any flounder or any other groundfish
  5. I think I may know where you were for this trip. Won’t be long for me.
  6. I will be fishing Bailey Island area the end of July. Any idea how deep to fish to get into keeper groundfish? Normally just target stripers. May want to mix it up this trip.
  7. Stripers are creatures of habit and can be very predictable based on tide flow. Same spots produce day after day under similar tidal conditions. That’s why we need to release as many as possible.
  8. Sea robin mania yesterday drifting for fluke at the mouth of a big river in the center of ct, west of new haven. Only 3 fluke. First time I saw thick and large bunker schools. Drifted a live one under a balloon for a while but no bites on that. Nothing chasing bunker either.
  9. Don’t think they spawn up there as they show up pretty late for that. I think they really just go up there to eat some lobsters. Lol
  10. Not many in Long Island sound this year...
  11. 50 fish drifting on Saturday next to a well know channel mid sound, ct side. Good mix of fluke sea bass and scup.
  12. Maine was one fish between 20 and 26” OR one over 40”. Most striper guys up there release their fish. Not many cows venture that far north. I fish there every year. Lotta schoolers but only if you are in the right spot.
  13. Berkley gulp swimming mullet on a bucktail. Catching more flush on that than bait.
  14. Persistence pays