19 April 2014

• Long Island’s “Resident” Striped Bass


“To be sure, striper season opens weeks before the main body of linesiders migrating up the coast from Chesapeake Bay, the Hudson River and winter holding waters in the ocean off North Carolina arrives here. That means anglers are forced to target "resident" fish -- bass that stick it out locally through the colder months.

”These first fish are often caught on sandworm or clam baits in warming North Shore harbors, or in South Shore tidal creeks on small, soft-plastic swim baits and grubs. Such has been the case so far this spring with stripers to 12 pounds reported from Little Neck Bay, Hempstead Harbor, Connetquot River, Carmans River and the Quogue Canal.”

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



• Fly Lines: Care and Feeding Essential

“A well-kept fly line will shoot farther, float better, and tangle less for seasons to come. Here are a few tips to increase both the performance and lifespan of your fly line.”

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



• O’Sullivan’s Island A Step Closer to Remediation After Connecticut Awards $200,000

“Derby is part of the Regional Brownfields Partnership. O’Sullivan’s Island has been a Brownfield site for many years. Despite its name, the strip of land is a peninsula at the confluence of the Naugatuck and Housatonic rivers.

”The grant will fund an investigation that will move the city a step closer to remediation of the site and eventual reopening of the recreational area there.”

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



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