Connecticut may not be the state one thinks of when one thinks of deep-sea fishing, but with its location adjacent to the Long Island Sound and the Atlantic Ocean, many fishing opportunities exist in the waters off the coast. All anglers would be happy with the selection of fish swimming in these waters. Over 300 miles of coastline are dotted with marinas and many Connecticut Fishing Charters. You can choose an inshore day trip or spend the entire day on a deep sea adventure to the deep blue. Whatever you choose, you will be happy that you made the adventure to the “Constitution State.”

Inshore will take you into the Long Island Sound. This area is known as a top ten world estuary because there are over 100 different fish species. Huge Striped Bass are normally reeled in. The world record catch of 81. 88 pounds was caught in these waters in 2011. Along with Striped Bass are Bluefish, Tautog, Summer Flounder Scup, and Black Seabass. Some of the hot spots your Connecticut Fishing Charters will take you to are Six-Mile Reef, South West Reef and East Rip.

There is incredible offshore fishing, but you must go a long way to get to these fishing grounds. To go for a deep-sea fishing trip, you will have to plan for 12 hours on the water. These charters are fun, and the fish you can reel in will get your blood pumping. The big four located here are Marlin, Swordfish, Tuna and Sharks. There is also excellent bottom fishing for large-sized Seabass and Cod. There are also Mahi Mahi, Kingfish and Amberjacks ready for your hook.

Connecticut really has it all when it comes to a fishing trip with your family or a weekend with friends. The fishing charters offer many options for anglers of all ages and abilities. You can book four/six/eight-hour charters in the Long Island Sound or a 12+ trip offshore. Connecticut Fishing Charters also have charters specific to certain fish like Stripers or Tuna. You will have a great day fishing in Connecticut, and your boat should come home with plenty of fish for your dinner. Come share a memory you will not forget.

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