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Go Fishing Now in Connecticut
Connecticut might not be the biggest State in the United States but it does produce some quality fishing. Connecticut has over 180 public lakes and ponds along with thousands of miles of rivers and streams.
Connecticut waters hold a variety of game fish including Catfish, Northern Pike, Pickerel, Trout, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Perch and Walleye. Off the coast and in some of their tidal waters, you can find some amazing Striped Bass fishing.
For information on Connecticut fishing regulations, visit Connecticut's Department of Environmental Protection.
This gorgeous picture reminding us of the amazing fishing opportunities that the fall season brings is by David Mark. The photograph was taken at Squantz Pond.
So, what are you waiting for? Go Fishing Now in Connecticut!
Connecticut Fishing Directory
Housatonic River Outfitters
Housatonic River Outfitters is a fly fishing shop located in the town of Cornwall Bridge, Connecticut. This location tucks them in the northwestern corner of the State. Along with their shop, Housatonic River Outfitters offers fishing guide services. Their guide services can cater to the multiple species their area waters hold. You can do a drifboat or wade trips on waters such as the Housatonic River, Farmington River, Upper Naugatuck, and Green River. You can fish with them for Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Brook Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass and Pike. Their full day packages include a gourmet lunch. The web site not only has information about their services but also river conditions, hatches and flows for their home waters.