It is now June 18, 2021 and the peak of the St. Lawrence River sturgeon migration has come and passed. After several years of a near complete absence of sturgeons in the river, the 2018 sturgeon season has been the best on record!
The St. Lawrence River and its tributaries have been a site for Canada’s population in the past. As a result, this area has been an important contributor to the economy and culture of the province of Ontario.
This week, striped bass moved around a lot in the water and groups of fish moved into new areas. The fishing is really picking up in some of the summer hotspots like Block Island and Boston Harbor, but there are still plenty of big bass in the south, and large schools of big striped bass make a long stop on the south shore of Long Island, where bunkers are plentiful. Remember, stream anglers are now required to use round hooks when using natural baits. In addition, we need to do our best this season to make sure the stocked striped bass go home healthy.
New Jersey Strippers Report
It’s not over yet. Another 50-inch fish surfaced this week from Ocean County waters. Although this fish was an exception, surfers in South Jersey still see a fair number of 26-32 inch streamers running around the beach, with feeding being the best tactic. In Monmouth County, beach stripers seem to be targeting schools and slot-size fish, but the larger bass seem to be getting scarcer. This may be due to the low tides, since we are between two moons. Next week’s full moon will be the strongest tide of the month, and it could bring a final rush of big bass to the Garden State. – Read the fishing report from southern New Jersey – Read the fishing report from northern New Jersey
New York Stripper Report
The big pike are held in huge bunker concentrations off the south coast of Long Island. On the east side of the island, anglers are having a harder time finding fish that are a size larger than bass from 25-50 pounds. There are some good-sized bass along the north shore in the Sound, with anglers catching bass of 20 pounds or more on live bunkers. – Read the Long Island fishing report
Report on skipjack tuna from Connecticut and Rhode Island
Narragansett Bay continues to hold good numbers of schools of bass to 50 pounds. Block Island is home to trout bars, but many anglers ignore them to reach the popular bluefish south of the island. East Sound continues to be home to some great streamers, including a number of bass over 50 pounds. – Connecticut Read Fish Report – Rhode Island Read Fish Report
Cape Cod/Massachusetts Report on skipjack tuna
Many trout have migrated up the Cape Cod Canal to the northern points, but trout have also migrated to Martha’s Vineyard. Banks of bars are forming again around Boston in what appears to be a repeat of last year’s chaos in late June and early July. – Read the Cape Cod fisheries report – Read the Massachusetts fisheries report
New Hampshire/Maine Stripper Report
Sea bass up to 40 pounds have reached Maine and New Hampshire, joining an ever-increasing number of schools of fish caught in rivers and along the coast. – Read the fishing report for New Hampshire and Maine
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