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    • Legends BNB Lodge presents its first winter fly tying weekend series. All weekends include tying class (full day Saturday), Friday and Saturday night lodging, continental breakfast Saturday and Sunday and a family style dinner Saturday evening. Each instructor will highlight their go to flies taught in a step-by- step approach for all skill levels from

    • OK, here is the final update. As of 2pm I did not hear back from the town of Morris. I needed their approval to officially move the location to the Morris Beach, per CT DEEP. CT DEEP was fine with the move as long as Morris okayed it. So as it stands, we will set

    • Fishing Northeast strives to bring you the most up to date ice reports from New York, Connecticut, Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. This report takes about two days to compile across a number of outlets and we try to bring them to you every week or two. Ice reports have been suspended

    • August 6 Declared Hatchery Day in Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin and officials from the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department today announced the declaration of August 6, 2016, as “Hatchery Day” in Vermont in recognition of the important role the state’s fish hatcheries play toward benefiting Vermont’s environment and outdoor recreationalists. “First and foremost, Vermont’s fish

    • STATE FRUSTRATED WITH SWANTON’S INACTION ON LEAKY DAM Swanton officials say they don’t plan to fix a broken dam that environmental advocates say threatens an endangered species of fish. Meanwhile, state regulators say they’re investigating ways to correct the problem. The dam, owned by Swanton village, has a leaky sluice gate, which means that when

    • Invasive spiny water flea more common in Lake Champlain BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — Vermont officials are reminding anglers and boaters of ways they can help prevent the spread of spiny water fleas, an invasive species found in Lake Champlain that competes with native species for food and can foul fishing lines. The spiny water flea

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