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  1. Same here near New Haven breakwalls. Never seen so much bait, sandeels, peanuts and rainbait. Plenty for the albies to snack on.
  2. Personally I'm happy the porgies have finally moved back inshore to fill the gap.
  3. I certainly has been slow from near shore. Wonder if this unstable weather pattern has them on permanent lock jaw.
  4. Anyone know if the housy ramp next to I95 in Milford is open yet? Still listed as "The launch will open spring 2019. Date to be determined."
  5. They typically arrive 1st/2nd week in April in my area.
  6. In the hard bait class Sebile magic swimmer(stock double tail hook removed)
  7. Zman StreakZ in pearl with TT headlockz hd
  8. Fished from boat this Sunday. Plenty of bird activity with schoolies taking all offerings between New Haven Breakwalls to Merwin Point.
  9. I tried but didn't connect. All short flukes and as many jumbo porgies and sea robin as anyone could wish for close to shore.
  10. Several small pods with leaping albies spotted in West Haven close to shore yesterday while bottom fishing.
  11. Hopefully two months from now we'll be into gator blues, bass and albies. Definitely different tactics.
  12. I usually go with tactical angler clips so I can quickly change jigs. Bluefish took my last one thus the snap swivel. Porgies, sea robins, fluke and sea bass don't seem to mind the hardware.
  13. First sea bass in West Haven from boat.
  14. You can try in tidal marshes or wading during low tide. Don't know what impact all this rain is having on the crabbing or water clarity.
  15. How's the summer inshore blackfish bite?