Neal Hagstrom, Senior CT DEEP Fisheries Biologist, will conduct a conversation on:
“Changes in Managing Wild Trout Habitat – Does More Wood Mean More Fish?”
(Does adding wood structures to streams increase fish numbers?)
Neal has been with the DEEP for 30 years and began his career by earning a B.S. in Biology from UCONN. He earned a Masteries in Fisheries and Allied Aquaculture from Auburn University. For the past 7 years, Neal has been leading a seven year effort by CT DEEP to survey the rivers and streams in CT.
The Connecticut Fly Fisherman’s Association is a certified non-profit 501C3 organization and is dedicated to preserving and promoting the pleasures and traditions of fly fishing and to conserve game fish waters. All meetings are open to the public. Free Refreshments. New Members welcome.
More information is available about CFFA at: < a href="http://www.ctflyfish.org">www.ctflyfish.org< /a> and
our facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/CTFlyFish
(CFFA Practices Catch and Release to Ensure Preservation and Conservation of Species and Promotion of The Sport of Fly Fishing.)
Come join us to meet new people and learn about the sport of Fly Fishing