TUESDAY 8/27: Field and Stream Writer Discusses Fishing at Accomac Library

Friends of the Eastern Shore Public Library present “Fishing Virginia’s Eastern Shore” 7 p.m. Tuesday, August 27, at the Accomac Library, 23610 Front Street.

Ken Schultz will speak about the many opportunities for recreational fishing on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. He will discuss the primary species caught locally, seasonal opportunities, and access points, as well as answer questions about gear and fishing from different types of watercraft or piers.

Ken retired to the Shore after a career as a journalist, author, and broadcaster for ESPN and staff writer for Field and Stream magazine. He is an avid photographer and kayaker, and represents the Eastern Shore on the VMRC’s Recreational Fisheries Advisory Board.



One Response to “TUESDAY 8/27: Field and Stream Writer Discusses Fishing at Accomac Library”

  1. Antonio Sacco on August 23rd, 2013 9:24 pm

    Commercial fishing in the Chesapeake Bay has destroyed the recreational sport. There is no strict supervision by state and local officials to challenge the restrictions set by the water commission. The pollution dumped into the Bay goes unchallenged. Politics here is the problem; the Bay has to be preserved for all and not the few. The money has won, the little guy has lost.