Photo/BoatingLocal Striped bass is the Holy Grail of serious saltwater anglers in Connecticut, so it’s not surprising that many of those fishermen were incensed this month when conservation police arrested two men in Stonington and charged each with taking four more fish than allowed.

The daily creel limit, or take, is two fish per angler, and the twosome came ashore with a dozen striped bass, according to Col. Kyle Overturf, of the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection’s conservation police.

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