Connecticut Aquatic Resources Education

Connecticut Aquatic Resources Education

Connecticut Aquatic Resources Education

Stamford Man Lures Families Into Fishing

by Anthony Buzzeo04/08/11

If you want to make Richard Emmons happy, turn off the gadgets and go outside. Emmons is an outdoorsman who often goes camping, hiking, and bird watching. But his favorite outdoor activity is fishing.

“I am 75. I don’t remember not fishing,” Emmons says, “Get me around water, and I am a happy boy." He is trying to pass his love to others as a certified volunteer fishing instructor for Connecticut Aquatic Resources Education. He and a few other instructors held their seasonal family fishing course at the Stamford Government Center on Friday night to help new anglers learn

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