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Eastern Long Island Sound Coastal Fishing

SKU: 27F

Side A has complete coverage from the Niantic River back to the Madison Reef on the Connecticut side and coverage from Plum Island into Gardiners Bay, Shelter Island, and Peconic Bays on the New York Side. Side B has coverage from Guilford Point down to Stratford Point on the Connecticut side and goes from Centerville down to Port Jefferson on the New York Side. This information comes from NOAA Chart #12354.

Like all of the very popular Coastal Series charts from Waterproof Charts, we have enlisted the help of local fishing guides and tackle shops to pinpoint the fishing hot spots. These areas have been designated on the chart  with the symbol of the species caught in that area along with the GPS coordinates. These designated areas will be the most likely spots to catch certain species for a given area.

The local public access boat ramps have been listed as well. This chart comes conveniently folded and inserted in a plastic sleeve and comes with dozens of pre-plotted GPS Waypoints. It is a must have for the successful angler in pursuit of Striped Bass, Black Sea Bass, Bluefish, Flounder, etc.

WGS84-World Mercator Datum.

25" x 38"

Price: $23.49

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Waterproof Charts are designed specifically for recreational boaters, fishermen and divers. These charts are beautifully printed on synthetic paper for use on deck in any weather, rain, or spray!

Great features for one affordable price:

  • Waterproof - using their own patented design.
  • Tear resistant - you can't ruin them!
  • Foldable - they'll fit in your console or tackle box!
  • Affordable - printed on both sides so they save money!
  • Accurate - used by the Coast Guard and Navy!
  • Complete - many combine multiple NOAA charts into one document!
  • Simple to use - GPS coordinates and units!
  • Easy to read - all charts are 25" x 38"!
  • Up-to-Date - regularly updated to reflect the most recent information.
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