Connecticut Island Outfitters of the Connecticut Islands specialize in fishing for flies and light fishing gear, mainly in shallow salt water along the coastline and on islands off the coast of Western Connecticut. On many reefs and rips that form along this intertidal zone, striped perch, bluefish and other species of fish can be caught depending on the season, such as spotted tuna and bonito. On the acres of shallow water, anglers are given the opportunity to fish only a foot from the water, and turn off the fish from the surface. There is enough space to store your equipment, so do not forget to bring sunglasses and sunscreen, jacket, camera and snacks. There is a fridge with ice for your drinks and free bottled water on board.