Fish Count Training and Restoring Resilience to the River Lecture

Tuesday, March 18, 7pm – 9pm At Riverbend, 143 County Rd, Ipswich Training for current and new fish count volunteers followed by a lecture: Restoring Resilience to the River: The Conservation Value of Trophic Cascades to the Ipswich River. Trophic cascades are an ecological relationship in which predators indirectly effect plant communities through their influence…

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FISH ON! ANDOVER 2014

A free month-long fishing series at Memorial Hall Library in AndoverSponsored by the Friends of the Library Fishing videos 6-7 pm Free door prizes each night at 7pm! Pick up free fishing publications. February 4 – Ice Fishing: Basics & Extreme Techniques Dana Durkee, of Haverhill’s River Street Bait and Tackle, will share his knowledge…

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Concord Rod & Gun Club Family Fly Fishing Day

Fly Tying, Rod Building, Casting Demos, Book Discussion Sunday, October 20, 2013, 10am – 3pm Events Include: ·        Fly Rod Building Class ·        Fly Tying Demonstrations ·        Fly Casting Instruction ·        Tours of Concord Rod & Gun Club ·        Networking & Fishing Trip Planning Opportunities ·         Book Discussion – ‘A Tale Of Two Rivers’ by…

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Russ Cohen to Speak Locally: Water – When is Enough Not Enough?

Sponsor: The Great Marsh Garden Club of Rowley Speaker: Russ Cohen, Division of Ecological Restoration, MA Dept. of Fish and Game Time: 6:30pm Location: Rowley Public Library In Massachusetts we have abundant precipitation, so many residents believe there’s plenty of “surplus” water available for our needs. Russ’s presentation explains why our water resources can be…

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Fish On! Andover 2013

A free month-long fishing series at Memorial Hall Library Sponsored by the Friends of the Library February 5, 2013 at 7:00 pm TUNA HELPER: RECIPE FOR SUCCESS Have you ever had your fly reel drag cooked by a screaming albie? Nothing compares to the mind boggling experience of man vs. tuna on light tackle. See…

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