A free month-long fishing series at
Memorial Hall Library.
Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
Visit Memorial Hall Library on Tuesdays
in February for a month dedicated to
Pick up free fishing tackle catalogs,
fishing and boating publications,
fishing maps, and New England camping
Fishing videos 6-7 pm
Free door prizes each night!
February 3, 2009 7:00 pm
SMALL WATER, BIG FISH
Capt. Skip Montello will discuss the
fantastic “World Class” salmon and trout
fishery in Western New York and the
small creeks and rivers that these
giants of Lake Ontario invade during the
fall, winter, and spring each year to
procreate. Skip will also show a photo
slide show highlighting his favorite
creek, Oak Orchard.
February 10, 2009 7:00 pm
FISHING STRIPERS ON CAPE COD
Capt. Eric "Hairball" Stapelfeld has
been fishing the Cape and the Vineyard
for over 26 years with his own custom
designed Hairball Lures. Learn how he
catches striped bass measuring over 40
inches on a daily basis.
February 17, 2009 7:00 pm
REEL PEOPLE: FISHERMEN OF PLUM ISLAND
Director and island resident James
Waldron will present his documentary
film exploring the culture of fishing on
Plum Island. Shot over two years, the
film follows a number of people out and
around the island and listens to their
motivations, idiosyncrasies, histories,
and love for the sport.
February 24, 2009 7:00 pm
FISH & BOTTOM HABITATS OFF THE COAST OF
MA & NH
Captain Bill Lee of the F/V Ocean
Reporter will discuss and show the
depths and fishing habitats off the
coast of Massachusetts and New