30 September 2013

• Climate Change Means Trouble for Anglers

“Across the country in New England, coldwater rivers and streams are…threatened.

”In July 2011, Eric Orff, then a New Hampshire fish and game commissioner, was stunned to find water temperatures of over 80 degrees Fahrenheit (27 degrees Celsius) in Indian Stream, "a wonderful, classic trout stream in prime fishing season." According to Orff, the waters were so warm that the trout left, heading for the colder, deeper pools in the Connecticut River.”

Read the full article at this link: NationalGeographic.com

Thanks to Val. S. for linking us to this article

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