New York Plans to Close Dozens of River Gauges

Gauges that anglers use to determine whether many classic New York fly fishing streams are fishable — and that are key to helping conservationists monitor water flows — may fall victim to budget cuts by the state. “Several stream gauges in the Delaware and Hudson river basins will be closed by New York City’s Department of Environmental Protection, officials from the DEP, U.S. Geological Service, Delaware River Basin Commission and Upper Delaware Council tell the Times Herald-Record.” Steve Israel in the Times Herald-Record. (Thanks to Michael Natoli for this link.)

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