|The leaves are falling, and there has been an uptick in|
the fishing this week. Expect the cooler weather to bring
Thursday, September 28, 2017
Thursday, September 21, 2017
|This common, landed this moring, sits in the net. Carp|
fishing has been on the slow side so far in September.
With September carp fishing on the slow side, I have been fishing far more in saltwater than freshwater these days. Prior to this big blow the saltwater fishing for false albacore and stripers has been some of the best I have ever seen in September along the oceanfront.
My strategy in fishing has always been to go for the best bets. So far this September that has been saltwater fishing and not carp fishing. I'm hoping things improve as the weather cools.
Thursday, September 14, 2017
|Todd Richer with an entry|
of a good size mirror carp.
|We'll be going by length in|
At the end of the tournament, medals purchased by the national CAG group will be awarded to the top three finishers.
Wednesday, September 6, 2017
|Catfish have been active|
in the daytime this week
taking the same baits as
|Carp have been active too.|
Maybe it's the cooler nights
that have gotten the action
in high gear.
This past week I have caught equal numbers of catfish and carp. The cats are on the feed, and they have been aggressive. They have even been taking those plastics. I don't mind as I do like catching them, especially the larger ones. Biggest cat of the week for me was 18 inches, a good size one here in RI.
The carp have been equally active this week in the daytime. I suspect the cooler nights have gotten a fall feed going here in RI. I've gotten them all sizes with the biggest going a respectable 24 lbs. The hot baits continue to be white plastic corn in combo with real maize fished on the hair rig.
Fishing is good right now.