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Easter Long Island Sound Report 6-22-13 - 06/23/2013

What a great day on the Long Island Sound!   The weather was beautiful, and the water is starting to clear up.   I launched out of Niantic around 4:30 Saturday morning, with a plan to fish towards the west, a bit of a change for me.   I had a flood tide on the Super Moon, which didn't seem to make much difference at all.   After the last two weeks, things could only improve.   I started at Bartlets, but it just wasn't firing early, and that's when I threw the plan overboard.     I ran up the north side of Fishers, stopping by the Clumps and on to Wicopessette Pass.   No birds, no bait.   I ran out to Sugar and Watch Hill, figuring that might be turning on again.   I've not had the success fishing the flood tide out there as I have the ebb over the last season or two.   Heading a bit further east, the fluke fleet was in full force, and I saw numerous boats hooking up and bringing fish over the rails.   Fluking is not my thing, so I went back inside Stonington to Jeff's spot that produced last week, and sure enough, landed a few small stripers.   The tide began to ease, and before it quit, I wanted to take another look at Watch Hill.     I could see birds working from the point to the red can as I approached, and was soon hooked into blues busting on the surface.   I was fishing white Zoom Flukes on Kalin jig heads, and landed a number until the tide completely died.   I would loved to stay as ...

Easter Long Island Sound Report 6-22-13

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