Fishing Report 6/31-7/6

As we reach the “peak” of the summer temperatures, the bass fishing around Old Saybrook has slowed down in the river drastically due to water temperature. It is hot as the past week we have seen temperatures well into the 80s and 90s. There is plenty of bait to be found in the river as large schools of bunker are still kicking around. We have had the best luck bass fishing early in the morning and late at night when the water is at its coolest temperatures. They are still feeding on bunker and eels but are very lazy and unmotivated to chase their food around too much. Slower presentations have been getting the job done. The bass fishing bite in Block Island remains red hot. Big fish are being pulled out every night, and there are some Yellowfin tuna not too far behind block island as well. The local fluke fishing remains consistent. We have had no problem putting some beautiful fluke in the cooler not too far from home. The fluke bite in Block Island and Montauk has been very good as a new wave of fish have started to settle in. Lots of the fish being caught are large and covered in sea lice. Some true doormats. #Twenty4SevenGuide

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