Monthly News Items for May 2018

  • Try Yoga at the River’s Edge This Summer

    NATUREby Kezia Bacon, Correspondent It is morning on the river. The sun has risen enough to bring its warmth to the day. Trees sway gently in the breeze. Fluffy clouds dot the blue sky. An occasional bird flies by. Listening closely, we can hear water lapping at the shore. This is the setting for Yoga…

  • VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE PHOTO!

    Voting is now closed. The votes from Wishpond and Facebook will be added to tabulate the winners. Stay tuned for the list of winners. Prizes: 1st place: Private NSRWA guided boat tour of the North River for six people (value: $500) 2nd place: Two tickets on a NSRWA boat tour of your choice (value: $150)…

  • Get Your FREE NSRWA Canoe and Kayak Guide

    Want to get out on the North or South River but don’t know how? The rivers are tidal so you have to time the tides. The NSRWA Canoe and Kayak Guide has great information about tides, water conditions and launching sites along the North and South Rivers. Click here to get your FREE download today*.…

  • South River Herring Can’t Get Past the Dam Fish Ladder!

    In the spring, river herring migrate almost nine miles from Massachusetts Bay to the fish ladder on the South River at the Veterans Memorial Park dam in Marshfield in order to further their species, but it is there that they are being stopped despite the existence of a fish ladder at the dam. The South…

  • Catch and Release the Right Way

    By Kevin Cassidy, NSRWA Board MemberStriped bass support one of the most important and exciting recreational fisheries in Massachusetts, and we are lucky to have striped bass in the North and South Rivers to fish for and enjoy. But it’s important that we protect and preserve the striped bass to ensure it thrives in our…

  • NSRWA Hosts Family Fishing Outing

    A great day was had by all at the Kids Intro to Fishing and Family Picnic on Saturday, May 5th! Families from across the South Shore got together to fish the Indian Head River at Luddam’s Ford.  Kids brought their fishing rods and the parents brought the picnic. The weather was fair and the kids…