18 June 2014

• Inland Fisheries Report Has Much On Anadromous Fish Restoration

“Continued involvement in the construction of the Tingue Bypass Channel on the Naugatuck River in Seymour, CT. Scheduled for completion by August 29th, 2014, this passage project will reconnect anadromous fish species to over 20 miles of upstream mainstem habitat.

”The Division is hopeful that this project represents the keystone to restoring American Shad, Alewife and Bluback Herring to the Naugatuck River in meaningful numbers.”

Full report can now be found at this link: CTDEEP

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