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Thread: Carrying while fishing or boating

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    Carrying while fishing or boating

    With Spring around the corner (we hope) I'd like to carry while boating/fishing but have some concerns. As I understand it, carry in a boat is no different from carry in a car, once you are on the water. The problem as I see it is the launch ramp. Any boat launch located in a state part (Haddam Meadows, for example) would be a "no carry" zone, I believe. Is this correct? Also Corps of Engineers reservoirs are off limits. I can't find anything on the Riverfront Recapture web site about the Riverside Park. Also, what about state launches that are not in a park? Does anyone know of a comprehensive source compiling carry friendly, and unfriendly, launches in the state?

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    Just stay out of posted places or places prohibited by law.
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    State/town launches are OK. Launches in State parks are NOT. Only exception for parks is shotguns stowed in boat for waterfowl hunting.
    Last edited by AGust82; 03-31-2014 at 05:15 PM.

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