Wed Apr 5, 2017 6:30pm

Michael Humphreys, CT DEEP Fisheries Biologist Speaks

Sponsored by: Naugatuck-Pomperaug Trout Unlimited Chapter 281

During his presentation Mike will highlight some of the recent findings regarding trout management in the Housatonic- Cornwall TMA, talk about the severe drought during the summer of 2016 and its effects on trout streams, and discuss two native Brook Trout restoration efforts: one on the Mill River in Fairfield, and the other on Deep Brook in Newtown. With a Masters Degree in Fisheries, Mike has worked as a professional Fisheries Biologist for the past 36 years, the last 27 years with DEEP studying and managing Connecticut’s trout streams, with emphasis on surveying stream fish populations, establishing and managing Wild Trout Management Areas, and studying and managing Housatonic River fisheries. N-P TU chapter meetings take place the 1st Wednesday of each month (Sept. thru June) at the ION Bank Community Center building, 270 Church Street, Naugatuck, CT (next to the YMCA). There is parking on the street and in the bank lot across the street. The meetings are FREE and open to the public. Doors open at 6:30 pm for pizza, refreshments, and camaraderie. Regular chapter business starts promptly at 7 pm, a raffle and the guest speaker presentation follows.

Admission: Free
ION Bank Community Center
270 Church Street
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