Sport Fishing Connecticut River – Sport Fishing Charters
If you are looking for an exciting and memorable day of Sport Fishing Connecticut River, look no further than Reel Cast Charters, a full-time Connecticut-based striped bass fishing charter service. Reel Cast Charters specializes in Sport Fishing Charters in Connecticut River and the surrounding Connecticut waters of Long Island Sound.
Anglers young and old love the first bite. That first point of action in a day really lets you know what kind of day you’re going to have. We’re all looking for that really hard bite off the top; that hard hit of the hook. A hard bite always means a fun fight – no matter the size of the fish on the line. This excitement is really what draws people to sport fishing in the first place.
If you’re looking for a great time out on the water, sport fishing can give you all the excitement you’re after. Our crew can take you to great spots around Long Island Sound to give you a great sport fishing experience.
Lots of people have never been sport fishing before, so here are some things you need to know before heading out!
Tools You’ll Need For Successful Sport Fishing Connecticut River
Basically, your standard fishing rig will do just fine when sport fishing: rod, reel, and tackle. You’ll also need a life jacket if you’re heading out into the open water (safety first!). These will work for sport fishing beginners. However, if you are getting more advanced, you will need a variety of equipment. Different line weights and lure types will determine your success during your fishing trip.
The kind of boat used during a trip can differ as well. On rougher seas, you’ll need a boat that can handle the sway of the water; for smaller lakes, a standard 16’ Lund style boat will do. Local knowledge of the body of water you’re fishing will do wonders for your haul as well. There’s not enough equipment in the world to help a fisherman catch fish where there are no fish to begin with.
What Makes Sport Fishing Fun?
The biggest reason people get into sport fishing is to go after the big one. If you’ve only caught small perch all your life and have reeled in a 20 pound Northern Pike even once, you understand the draw. The thrill of chasing and catching that large fish is tough to describe until it happens.
Sport Fishing also offers stress relief and a reason to hang out with your friends and family away from dry land. Fishing brings people together, and nothing is more fun than seeing a friend or loved one reel in a monster.
Importance of Catch and Release Sport Fishing Connecticut River
Reel Cast Charters preaches catch and release to our patrons. While we do run excursions that involve bringing in fish to be cleaned and eaten, catch and release is a much more fun and sustainable way to fish. When you practice catch and release, you are helping future generations of fishermen. As the saying goes, “big fish make more big fish”. Catching a big striped bass and releasing it back into the wild means you’re allowing that fish to keep breeding and get stronger. Catch and release also means you can fish for longer since you won’t have to worry about limiting out.
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