This online map provides a detailed guide to saltwater fishing points of interest, including locations for sporting licensing agents, bait and tackle shops, enhanced opportunity shore fishing sites, car top boat launches with Long Island Sound access, trailered boat launches with Long Island Sound access, and party/charter boat locations. For detailed information about these resources, visit

Anglers Please Note Reciprocity

Marine license requirements are in place in New York, Rhode Island, Maine, and Massachusetts, and Connecticut maintains reciprocity with these states. However, Connecticut residents must hold either a CT Resident Marine Waters Sport or an All-Waters Fishing License to fish in the Marine District of Connecticut. This ensures that fishing practices comply with local regulations while allowing for the enjoyment of marine resources across state lines.

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