28 July 2010

Yet Another Oil Disaster?




“Coast Guard responds after dredge barge hits oil wellheadfrom Coast Guard News by cgnews.

“NEW ORLEANS – The U.S. Coast Guard is investigating an allision between a towing vessel and a wellhead in the Barataria Waterway at approximately 1 a.m., Tuesday.

"The tug vessel Pere Ana C, pushing the dredge barge Captain Buford Berry, allided with the wellhead while it transited the Barataria Waterway.

"The wellhead is currently emanating oil and natural gas into Barataria Bay.”
Coast Guard News



• Salt Water: You Never Know What You’ll See Next



“There are great white sharks in Cape waters. Last week, the tackle shops and coffee spots were buzzing with the story of the guy who was releasing a striper when a white came up and snapped it, nearly from the fisherman's hands”
Cape Cod Times



• Fly Fishing Boston Harbor


““Everybody thought Boston Harbor was a dirty poop hole, if you want to call it that,” England said. “But it’s full of life. I mean, I’m seeing seals eat stripers over at Charlestown Bridge.”
WBUR Boston



• New Salt Water Sportsman Online Issue



Can be read now…
Salt Water Sportsman


Don’t forget, a 2010 saltwater fishing license is required to fish the marine waters of Connecticut. Also, if you intend to fish above the Merritt Parkway bridge on the Housatonic River, you also need a Connecticut freshwater license. You can purchase these from your local bait & tackle shop, such as Newtown Bait & Tackle, or at Town/City Hall.


Check these links for more information:
Connecticut Tourism;
Long Island Sound Resource Center;
Housatonic Valley Association;
Stratford, Connecticut;
Milford, Connecticut

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