25 August 2009

Kayaks: Fishing Eskimo-Style

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Kayaks: Fishing Eskimo-Style

“Of course, most kayak anglers fish for the same reason that most other fishermen do: they simply enjoy it as a recreation. And kayaks offer a clean, trouble-free mode of transportation. They don't require much upkeep and don't leave any footprints behind in estuarine areas as boat propellers sometimes do.”

Read in ESPN

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Kayaking Puts You in Touch with Nature

“For fishermen, kayak fishing provides a completely different angling experience. The ability to quietly navigate shallow and narrow waters can give fishermen a chance to tap spots that few others can,”

Article at APP.com

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East River in Madison: Great Place to Kayak

“Seemingly traced freehand through a tidal wilderness, the Hammonassets called it Aigicomock. The Mohegans dubbed it Moosamuttuck. We know it as the East River, the stream that meanders beneath the Clapboard Hill Road bridge. For kayakers, it’s a little piece of paradise.”

Read more in TheDay.com

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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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Connecticut Tourism;
Long Island Sound Resource Center;
Housatonic Valley Association;
Stratford, Connecticut;
Milford, Connecticut;
fishing; charters; vacations; travel

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