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Join us on an inspiring two-hour guided tour through Upper and Lower Mill Ponds to the spawning grounds of the alewife and blueback herring as we journey to one of the most iconic and productive herring runs on all of Cape Cod - The Stony Brook Run.
Learn about the primordial, annual return of the alewife/herring to their original breeding grounds, the history of the Punkhorn and kettle ponds, and the health of the Mill Ponds, and discover the life that exists in this amazing ecosystem.
BPC Business Partner and your guides from SUPfari Adventures invite you to join Brad Chase, Diadromous Fisheries Project Leader with MA Dept of Marine Fisheries on one of two paddles on Upper Mill Pond in Brewster - Sunday, May 15th from 10 - 12 or 1 - 3. Kayaks are provided or you may bring your own. Registration and payment in advance are required. There is a limit of 12 participants per paddle; the fee is $76 per person. This is a no-refund, no-cancellation event since reservations are extremely limited and will go fast!
About Your Guides:
Brad Chase is a Senior Marine Fisheries Biologist for the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries at the South Coast Marine Fisheries Station in New Bedford. He has worked on habitat and population monitoring and restoration for river herring, rainbow smelt and American eel for over 30 years. Brad is presently the Diadromous Fish Project Leader, serves as state representative on the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission technical committees for American shad, river herring and American eel, and the Fish Passage Working Group and is a member of the Harwich Conservation Commission.
Luke Foley is an outdoor guide and adventure photographer with over 25 years of professional outdoor guiding and instruction. Luke has a wide range of experience including 28 years with Eastern Mountain Sports.
Ryan Burch is a lifelong nature and water steward. He is co-owner of SUPfari Adventures Cape Cod with his wife, Juliette, and is the Senior Shellfish & Natural Resource Officer for the town of Brewster.
10/15/2022 06:19:35 am
No water going from upper Mill to lower Mill, so no herring going out.
10/15/2022 07:18:48 am
TNX for your concern. The Brewster DNR is on it.
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