Connecticut Striper Fishing Topo Map

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Private ownership of the shoreline reduces Connecticut’s attractiveness as a shore fishing location. Indeed, nearly all the spots listed here are within the bounds of state parks. No doubt there is excellent fishing in any number of other places, but local private control prevents access through a complicated variety of ordinances, selectively enforced parking regulations, and illegally hidden rights-of-way. Thus, and this is by no means unique to Connecticut, access opportunities are better for nearby residents, who enjoy circumvention and immunity. Good fishing is no small criterion for the siting of state parks in this state. Modern policies, which will influence access in the future, favor a more reasonable balance in utilization of coastal resources. Today, waterfront sites have to provide meaningful public access, and the shore-bound angler can look forward to greater access opportunities as a result. This eTrail contains 14 different surfcasting locations for striped bass including Calf Pasture Point and Town Pier, Cedar Point and Compo Beach, Penfield Reef, Saint Mary's Beach, Ash Creek, and Henry J. Moore Fishing Pier, Silver Stands State Park (Charles Island), Enfield Dam Connecticut River, Hammonasset Beach State Park, Cornfield Point, Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection Marine Headquarters, Sound View Beach, Niantic River, Harkness Memorial State Park, Thames River, and Bluff Point State Park.
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Bridgeport, Connecticut

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