31 August 2009

Big Blues On the Other Side of the Sound


North Shore Bluefish

“Since bunker is often tightly compact in large schools, you will often see several hundred fish slap the top of the surface as they compete with themselves for the zoo plankton. This becomes beneficial to the angler equipped with a weighted treble snag hook or a cast net; transferring the precious bait to a live lining rig or simply leave the snagged bait in with the school.”

Read more in Examiner.com


Seaway Brings Plague of Unwanted Sea Life

“No one expected the seaway [St. Lawrence Seaway] to become the key player in a different war, the invasion of non-native aquatic species into the Great Lakes, which has dramatically altered ecosystems and costs hundreds of millions of dollars a year. About a third of the 186 invasive species in the Great Lakes are thought to have entered on oceangoing ships in the ballast water they take on for stabilization when carrying little or no cargo.”

Details in WashingtonPost.com


Don’t forget, a saltwater fishing license is now required to fish the marine waters of Connecticut. You can purchase one for $10.00 from your local bait & tackle shop, such as Newtown Bait & Tackle, or at Town/City Hall.

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