15 April 2021

• Is the Collapse of the Striped Bass Fishery Inevitable?


“Striped bass are one of the most important recreational fisheries along the east coast. The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC), which manages the Atlantic Striped Bass fishery, is in the process of amending its management plan…

“As the first step, the ASMFC has asked for comments on the Amendment 7 Public Information Document (PID), which seeks to gather input on the question ‘How would you like management of the Atlantic striped bass fishery to look in the future?’…”

Please visit this link to read the full article: BackCountryHunters.org

© 2021 Shoo-Fly Charters, LLC ><}}}}°>—

URL: http://connecticutsaltwaterfishing.com/

08 April 2021

• “A brief history of the Long Island Sound, Part 2”


“As the railroads and automobiles made Long Island more accessible in the early 1900s, farms and forests gave way to suburban development. The population began to climb…

“As homes and businesses replaced natural areas this dramatically altered the flow of sediments, pollutants and nitrogen to the Sound….”

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





© 2021 Shoo-Fly Charters, LLC ><}}}}°>—

URL: http://connecticutsaltwaterfishing.com/

06 April 2021

• “How to Hook Live Bait”


“A livewell full of frisky, live bait fish can be a dangerous thing for the species you’re seeking…

“But as close a “guarantee” as they can give, some adjustments to how you hook live bait can make your bait swim where and how you want.…”

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

© 2021 Shoo-Fly Charters, LLC ><}}}}°>—

URL: http://connecticutsaltwaterfishing.com/

04 April 2021

• “Documentary Highlights Arrival of Invasive to the Lower Connecticut River”


“More than 200 acres of the lower third of the Connecticut River is overgrown with hydrilla, an invasive aquatic plant that spreads easily on the underside of boats, tangled in paddles and latched onto life-preservers…

“In 2019, the plant had yet to be identified in the river….”

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

© 2021 Shoo-Fly Charters, LLC ><}}}}°>—

URL: http://connecticutsaltwaterfishing.com/

02 April 2021

• “6 Types of Wildlife and Plants That Thrive in Salt Marshes”


“Tidal wetlands host fish, birds, and other animals that support coastal economies…

“Conserving this vital habitat, which floods and drains with the tides, is important for coastal economies because wildlife supports fishing, birding, hunting, and the businesses that serve and benefit from those activities….”

Please visit this link to read the full article: PewTrusts.org

© 2021 Shoo-Fly Charters, LLC ><}}}}°>—

URL: http://connecticutsaltwaterfishing.com/