Changing Fisheries of the Chesapeake Bay: Radical Changes in Recent Years

Changing Fisheries of the Chesapeake Bay: Radical Changes in Recent Years

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  • 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

Lenny Rudow has been a writer and editor in the marine field for over two decades, and has authored seven books. He is currently the Angler in Chief at Rudow’s FishTalk Magazine, is Electronics and Fishing Editor for BoatUS Magazine, is a contributing editor to several other publications, and is a past-president of Boating Writers International. He boats and fishes as often as possible on the Chesapeake Bay and in the Atlantic Ocean.

Lectures will be held virtually. Lectures are $10; FREE for AMM Members First Mate and above ($100).

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Location: Virtual
Date: February 25, 2021
Duration: 2 Hours