05 April 2014

• “New Analysis Pinpoints Change On Connecticut’s Long Island Shoreline”


“Data collected since 1880 from shoreline sites generally show most of the loss of shoreline land along Long Island Sound occurring in areas where the geology is sandy – Norwalk to Milford and Guilford to Old Lyme. Barrier beaches tend to register the greatest losses.

”The huge long-term gain in New Haven and a smaller one in Bridgeport are the result of man-made development – the filling in of waterfront areas to increase land mass.

”The short-term change, from 1983 to 2006, shows a far more pervasive loss of land.”

Please visit this link to read the full article: Connecticut Mirror


• Connecticut Bluefish Limits - 2014


Minimum length: None

Daily creel limit: 10 fish per angler (including "snappers")

Open Season: Open Year Round

Please visit this link to read the full article: CTDEEP


• “Aquarion Offers Free Fishing Permits For Unemployed, Active Military and Vets”


“For the sixth year in a row, Aquarion Water Company will issue free fishing permits to any unemployed person over the age of 18. Veterans and active duty service members are also included in this year’s program.”

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



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