09 October 2013

• Fishing Forbidden Striper Waters


“While I was living in Stamford, Connecticut, there was an area known as Holly Pond. Between the towns of Stamford and Darian, the Noroton River flowed and spilled into Long Island Sound at Holly Pond. Striped bass would come in from the sound and look for food in the brackish water.

”There was a 200-yard-long rock and mussel strewn dam that bridged these two towns with signs stating No fishing on the dam. At times, there might be six to eight fly-anglers fishing both sides of the dam. We were all fishing illegally but, man, was it worth it.”

Read the full article at this link: FlyFishInSalt


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