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Posts tagged as “Toby Lapinski”

CT-Ri Fishing Report

It happens at the beginning and end of each season; debate begins as to whether it’s going to be an early or late season. From social media to tackle shop chatter to just good banter between fishing friends, the story goes pretty much the same…

CT-RI Fishing Report

October is a great month to be a fisherman in Southern New England! Barring any major weather events like a hurricane or strong nor’easter, the weather is downright beautiful, and the fish are on the feed. From stripers to tuna and everything in between, the…

CT-RI Fishing Report

Let’s begin this month’s report with a look at some of the notable seasons that are opening and closing in the month of September in Southern New England. First up, the summer blackfish season in Connecticut is now closed until October 10. You can still…

CT/RI Fishing Report

I have big plans for this August, and so should you! While I am sure many will not come to fruition, heading into this month with a solid game plan is, well, a good game plan. Many fishermen in Southern New England refer to the…

CT/RI Fishing Report

The question of whether the fishing season is running late or early is usually off the table by the time July rolls around as by now migratory fish have arrived at their summer haunts and holds, and the year’s patterns have begun to establish themselves.…

CT/RI Fishing Report

When it comes to saltwater fishing, June is a time of plenty in Southern New England. We have a shot at nearly every popular species in some place or another this month. There are striped bass, fluke, bluefish, porgies, black sea bass, cod, weakfish, blackfish,…

CT/RI Fishing Report

April is here and so too with it the start of another open-water fishing season in Southern New England. This was a very mild winter by most standards with, as of the writing of this month’s piece, zero accumulation of snow at my house for…

CT-RI Fishing Report

For open-water fishermen in Southern New England, February is nearly universally considered to be the toughest month of the year, and this is especially true for the saltwater purist. To be completely honest, there are very few options available this month locally for a boater…

CT/RI Fishing Report

Happy New Year! January is a weird month fishing-wise for me as well as most of the boating population in southern New England. It’s close enough to the end of the fishing season to still be fresh in our minds, but it’s also just removed…

CT/RI Fishing Report

Hopefully, this doesn’t jinx us all, but we’ve been quite lucky regarding fall storms so far this season. Aside from Hurricane Ian, which did its share of damage, as of the writing of this month’s column things have been quiet in New England. And this…