Let’s Go Fishing!!

Proposal for Activities and Events  The one thing that really binds many of us together is the love of fishing, whether it be trout fishing, freshwater bass fishing, wade fishing for striped bass, etc.  Whether it be fly fishing or light spin fishing, it really doesn’t matter. It’s the fact that we are “out there”…

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Ipswich River Watershed Association seeks New Leader

Ipswich River Watershed Assoc. seeks new Executive Director  Position Description Summary The Ipswich River Watershed Association (IRWA) seeks a self-directed, goal-oriented, strategically minded Executive Director (ED) to lead our organization into the future. The Association is an inclusive, member-driven, and highly collaborative organization working on behalf of our natural environment and the more than 350,000…

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Michael O’Neill Remembered

Michael G. O’Neill, husband of the late Janet (Connolly) O’Neill, passed away on July 21, 2023.  Born in Middletown, County Armagh, Ireland, he is the son of the late Michael and Margaret O’Neill. Mike was an active member of TU Nor’East Chapter and made major contributions to the success of the Chapter. He cooked for the…

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Fish at Mill River and Ox Pasture Brook

Thanks go to Patrick Saunders of Rowley for keeping an eye on the Mill and Ox Pasture streams. Today was lamprey and herring were observed over the weekend in Ox Pasture. The annual herring count is underway at the Jewell Mill and many herring have been counted. Add your observations today!

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April Meeting with Art Howe

The regular monthly meeting on April 3 will feature an essential lecture on how to stay safe while fishing. Since you have survived a pandemic, it would be a shame if you drowned fishing. Arthur Howe fishing on a salt marsh.  Notice he is wearing a life jacket doing so.  Please Join Us On   …

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