21 April 2014

• Charles Walsh’s Fishing Column – 19 April 2014


“The cold and cutting wind was certainly not bothering those stalwarts on the ramp. On just about every third or fourth cast they hauled a fat striped bass over the rocks at their feet.

”They wisely released even the possible keeper-sided bass back into the river.”

Please visit this link to read the full article: CTPost.com


• Connecticut Dams Block Annual Eel Migration


“Baby eels are making their annual migration from Long Island Sound to rivers across Connecticut, but along the way, they're encountering one persistent obstacle: river dams.

”Now, one man in Greenwich is working to make the eels' journey a little easier.”

Please visit this link to read the full article: WNPR.org



• Cane Pole Fishing – Brought Up-to-Date

“Besides that, sometimes it’s just fun to shed the gadgets and drift back to basics.

"Relax. Kick your shoes off. Set a spell and harken back to a simpler time.”

Please visit this link to read the full article: FloridaSportsman.com



• “Time For Norwalk Anglers To Get Their Gear Together”

“The first and most important place to start prepping tackle is at the reel.

”Unfortunately, most reels spend the winter doing what most fishermen do themselves -- sitting around, collecting dust, and dreaming of warmer weather.”

Please visit this link to read the full article: Norwalk.DailyVoice.com


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