DEEP: Fishing
Fishing
Fisheries Management
 1999 Lobster Mortality Information Report
 American Shad Assessment
 Atlantic Salmon Restoration
 Bass Management
 Burlington Hatchery
 Carp Management
 Channel Catfish Management
  The Inland Fisheries Division stocks channel catfish in several waterbodies across the state.
 Connecticut Fish Hatcheries
 Fisheries Management Programs
 Habitat Conservation and Enhancement
 Inshore Marine Survey
 Interstate Fishery Management Plan for Striped Bass
 Interstate Marine Fisheries Management
 Kensington Hatchery
 Kokanee Salmon Program
 Lake and Large River Electrofishing Syurvey
  Connecticut DEEP Inland Fisheries Management Research Study
 Lobster Assessment
 Lobster Monitoring Program
  The Marine Fisheries Division initiated a Lobster Monitoring Program in 1982 to provide basic information needed to assess the long-term health of the Long Island Sound (LIS) lobster population. The Departmentís goal is to ensure that the Soundís lobster population is sustained while also providing opportunity for harvest by commercial and recreational fishermen.
 Long Island Sound Trawl Survey
 Northern Pike Management
 Northern Pike Management
  Description: The northern pike is the largest freshwater gamefish currently inhabiting Connecticut waters. The Fisheries Division has worked to increase the size of pike populations in Bantam Lake and the Connecticut River in order to diversify recreational fishing opportunities.
 Quinebaug Hatchery
 Shortnose Sturgeon Research
 Tingue Dam Bypass Channel
  DEP was awarded $2.5 Million in competitive NOAA Coastal and Marine Restoration Project funds for construction of the Tingue Fish Bypass on the Naugatuck River in Seymour, CT.
 Trout Research and Management
 Walleye Fisheries