Stop Governor Malloy and Save Our State Fish Hatcheries

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Mike McClain
6 years ago
Shutting down hatcheries will only lesson the sales of fishing licenses in the future.
Further isn't the sportsmen that fund this program by buying licenses. Why would those funds go to another fund other than its cause

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Gary Bare
6 years ago
Just another reason to leave the state of ct!

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robert schmidt
6 years ago
I remember how well the fishing was here and I have seen our leaders screw it up

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Steve Douville
6 years ago
This will hurt our state not help a budget

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Joseph Cortese
6 years ago
The fisheries program generates revenue for multiple Connecticut businesses and revenue for the state. No program forces all that revenue to NY state and other bordering states. Fishing is a tremendous family activity that should be supported by the state, cut elsewhere PLEASE!

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Charles Woods
6 years ago
I fish and I care

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Allison Brown
6 years ago
I love fly fishing!

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David Masot
6 years ago
The State of Connecticut can spend a half a billion dollars, (or more), on a nine mile bus way, that only benefits a handful of state residents and communities, but wants to cut funding on a tiny percentage for a program that benefits most of the state's residents.

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James Oravetz
6 years ago
I'm thinking that specifically the Farmington river is a cash machine in terms of the $$$ generated by all the people who come to fish. It is truly one of the best rivers in the NEast for fly fishing - even in the heat of summer. Not having stocking would send those $ elsewhere

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joseph cummings
6 years ago
The savings are insignificant considering the total state budget/deficit.