This is firstmost a fishing blog and secondly I provide a guiding service for a limited number of clients. I write about happenings around the Sound: from fishing reports, to conservation, and all things aquatic.
I’ve been in and on these waters my whole life. I started swimming as a kid, then fishing, kayaking, sailing, working on a tour boat/ferry, and rowing for four years too. I caught my first striped bass & bluefish in the Norwalk river at age 10 and never looked back. I’ve been plying these waters under power on my own vessel for 11 years now, and a USCG licensed captain for 5. I like to share the magic of this area via my pictures and musings on this blog.
This is not the author, but a gentleman named Pete Kriewald with a 45 pound fly-caught striper from the Norwalk Islands, taken from Lou Tabory’s book “Inshore Fly Fishing: A Pioneering Guide to Fly Fishing Along Cold Water.”