12 May 2012

Pequonnock River Fish Ladder and Stripers North of Boston



Public-Private Teamwork Helps Save Connecticut's Threatened Alewives

”Mr. Dancho recently stood on the banks of the Pequonnock River with a large net in hand. The river, which runs near the zoo, was low because of a dry spell. He and a team of volunteers scooped up nearly 2,000 of the fish, helped them over the fish ladder, and sent them on their way upstream.”

CSMonitor.com



Stripers Already North of Boston

”It wasn't exactly as easy as shooting fish in a barrel, but those angling for striped bass Sunday were in luck, as schools of the immensely popular game fish were spotted along the shorelines over the weekend.”

NewburyportNews.com


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