HUNTING + FISHING UPDATES
Bowhunting Regs Change Proposed
Connecticut | Not a good proposal, either | Written ~ perhaps ~ in haste to accede to the demands of an angry/upset constituent or two who aren't content to have law enforcement deal with the problem [i.e. in a case in November, a woman in the Ivy Hill section of Ridgefield found an arrow piercing the screen of the sitting room in her home | Coation of CT Sportsmen info indicates the arrrow was fitted with a field point (not used for hunting) although no info has yet been released by the PD as an "ongoing investigation"
] or who lack any knowledge about bowhunting in general | FROM Coalition of Connecticut Sportsmen
Moodus CT Fishing Derby
| Sunday 13 February 2005
| Yeah | It's shameless self-promotion, but it is my website so why not? | Weather permitting we'll have a great time and there's good eating after the Derby back at the clubhouse | Click on this for an application form
| Alaskan Bush Adventures for fishing, photogrpahy, or bear watching excursions | Operated and managed by a Connecticut man Jeffrey Epstein | His site notes that :Alaskan weather is unpredictable at best. Mid-summer temperatures may soar into the 80's. In contrast, during colder years we've experienced conditions more in keeping with the values represented on the table above. To maximize comfort and guard against the potential risk of hyperthermia, It is imperative to be prepared and dress accordingly.
| I note that as I write this the temperature in Kodiak, Alaska is above freezing, while here, in Connecticut it is -17 degrees celsius [that's about 7 degrees Farenheight ~ compared to 35 degrees in Kodiak] ~ not indlcuing wind chill factor | GO TO Outback Kodiak for more information