02 July 2016

• Fishing, Fireworks, and Forest Fires

“Late June and early July are “big-fish” times of the year. Fireworks shows are always held as full darkness sets in. Best times to fish for bass and bluefish are dusk and dawn.

“Bass are nocturnal feeders by nature, so the odds get even better after dark. Tides, wind and weather, of course, play their own parts, but at the end of the night, fish or no fish, we have been treated to a great show....”

Please visit this link to read the full article: NorwalkHour

For a listing of fireworks shows in CT this year see: ConnecticutSaltwaterFishing.com

Note: Stratford's fireworks display has been postponed to 05 July 2016.

• CT Forest Fire Danger Warning

“Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) today reminded residents and visitors that forest fire danger levels are “High” because of the dry conditions over the past several weeks – and that special care should be taken over the holiday weekend with the use of sparklers, fireworks, and other potentially flammable materials.

“DEEP’s Division of Forestry constantly monitors the danger of forest fire to help protect Connecticut’s 1.8 million acres of forested land. Forest fire danger levels are classified as low, moderate, high, very high or extreme. So far in 2016, 300 acres have burned in Connecticut. The average number of acres burned per year in Connecticut is about 500.”

Please visit this link for further information: LinkToArticle

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