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Changing Fisheries of the Chesapeake Bay: Radical Changes in Recent Years
February 25 at 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
This lecture is part of Annapolis Maritime Museum’s 2021 Winter Lecture Series.
- Striped bass populations have fallen, and as conservation measures intended to rebuild their population seem to be falling short, there’s been a rather amazing increase in the number and diversity of warm-weather species visiting the Bay’s waters each summer.
- Learn which types of warm-water fish are now being found in our local waters on a regular basis. For Chesapeake anglers, “times they are a changing!”
Presenter: Lenny Rudow | Angler in Chief at Rudow’s FishTalk Magazine, Author, and Editor