28 June 2016

• Fishing Commentary: Madison, CT...Update: CT Issues Drought Advisory

“When water conditions kick up more intensely than just moving forage around, fish invariably seek shelter. They could venture into deeper water or seek the lee side of structure.

“When temperatures get too warm, they seek cooler water, which may slow down digestion. When that happens, they begin to feed again as things return to normal. At that time, forage may have scattered and, thus, the search for food repeats itself....”

Please visit this link to read the full article: zip06.com


• State Issues Drought Advisory


“With precipitation across Connecticut down as much as six inches over the last 90 days, the Department of Public Health (DPH) today issued a Drought Advisory...

“It is recommended that customers of public water systems follow any water conservation recommendations that may be requested by their water utility and that businesses and residents served by private wells follow DPH’s water conservation advice....”

Please visit this link to read the full article: CTDPH

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