Lobster Harvest Improves in LI Sound
November 5, 2014
TheHour.com: Standing on the docks of Copps Island Oysters Thursday morning [Oct. 30], local fisherman Mike Kalaman surveyed the waters of Long Island Sound and breathed a sigh of relief. Kalaman, a Norwalk native who captains The Dark Horse for Norm Bloom & Sons, has fished for lobsters in the Sound for 38 years.
After several seasons of meager harvests, Kalaman says this year is looking better than ever thanks to a new state law passed in 2013 that was co-sponsored by state Sen. Bob Duff (D-25), which restricts the application of 2 mosquito pesticides in the Sound.
Read more about how Long Island Sound lobster fishing is improving.
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