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Hearing on trout stamps, Mill River set

Requiring the purchase of trout and salmon stamps and changing making a longer section of the Mill River in Easton and Fairfield catch and release are among the proposed regulation changes up for hearing Wednesday, Aug. 9. The hearing will begin at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 9 at the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection […]

Housatonic bass trip Aug. 12

Bass Fishing on the Housatonic River.  Forget your  trout fishing techniques.  They are not going to help you here.  Fast stripping for fly casters & speed spinning the right bait are needed to catch bass’s attention.  Then watch out because Large &, especially, Smallmouth Bass fight like mad and need a totally different mind set […]

CT Council to meet at Legends

The Connecticut Council of Trout Unlimited will hold its July quarterly meeting at Legends Bed & Breakfast on the Farmington River on Wednesday, July 26, at 6 p.m. Legends, located at 20 River Road in Barkhamsted, for the second year in a row has donated use of its property to TU for the July meeting. There will […]

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