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We operate in two prime locations in the North East. This gives us the opportunity to follow the migrations throughout the various seasons while also having the opportunity at different species. The two spots may seem close to each other on the map but you would be surprised in the vast differences in both ecosystems.  

Westport, CT

Our first location is Westport, Connecticut. The Long Island Sound along South Eastern Connecticut becomes alive with trophy sized striped bass in the months of May and June. The breeder sized striped bass (the biggest) migrate up the Hudson River to spawn in April/May. In May/June they start to transition into their post spawn feeding frenzy as they come back down the Hudson. As the hungry giants exit the Hudson in droves, they are funneled straight into the Long Island Sound. Fun fact, the world record striped bass at 81 lbs., was caught in 2011, right next door in Westbrook, CT! (pictured courtesy of Gregory Myerson)


Connecticut also offers fantastic mallard, woodduck, blackduck, brant, goose, and seaduck hunting. There are many large rivers in Connecticut as well swamp and marshlands creating many scenic wonderful waterfowl habitats.




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Southold, NY

Southold, New York is located on Long Island’s North Fork. On most days from May until October you can expect a heart pounding, topwater fishing experience with light tackle and a variety of lures. Aside from being such geographical anomaly, the North Fork of Long Island is one of the furthest points of land into the Northern Atlantic. This makes the North Fork a migration destination for hundreds of species every year.  In the spring, inshore game fish such as striped bass, summer flounder, bluefish, false albacore, and black sea bass migrate north following the shore lines of the east coast. Offshore game fish we target include yellow fin tuna, blue fin tuna, mahi-mahi, and sharks. Being one of the furthest points east, the North Fork draws millions of fish around its shoreline. Also, as mentioned before, stripers migrate up the Hudson River to spawn and then migrate into the Long Island Sound, where they head west. Being in Southold, we are smack dab in the middle of two colliding world class saltwater fisheries.

The North Fork is also a hidden waterfowl hunting gem. Located perfectly in the middle of the Atlantic flyway, every duck that wants to go south from CT, RI, MA, and ME has to pass through us throughout their migration.  From the untouched salt marshes, the bays, and the Long Island Sound we are spoiled to have such a a healthy and diverse waterfowl ecosystem. Typically, we go after surf scoters, white wing scoters, black scoters, common eiders, atlantic brant, old squaw, black ducks, geese, mallards, wood ducks, bluebills, goldeneye, and buffleheads. We hunt in various and unique ways that have proved incredible success. We would love to share our secrets and tactics with you on our next trip!

The regions we fish and hunt lets us go after so many different trophy species in so many different ways. We would love to cater to any ideas you have to check off your bucket list adventures.


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