Trout fishing is expected to be fair this weekend, according to the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection in its weekly fishing report.
“Conditions for trout fishing remain fair. Water levels are dropping following steep flushing flows from the line of storms earlier this week,” the weekly report reads. “While most of the rivers are entering the summer doldrums – too warm for trout, there are a few here and there. Best bets are to seek out smaller streams and our Wild Trout Management Areas (tend to have good cold flow year round). Other places to try include the Qunnipiac River (Gorge Area), Salmon River, Scantic River, Mianus River, Norwalk River, Hammonasset River, and Bigelow Brook. As usual very good reports from the Farmington River (West Branch and mainstem) down to Unionville.”
Click here to read the full report.
There’s a chance later this week (on Wednesday, July 25) to fish the Farmington and attend the quarterly meeting of the Connecticut Council of Trout Unlimited. Click here for more information.
On some trout waters, thermal refuges have been closed to fishing. Watch for signs and obey laws with regard to fishing a proper distance from those streams.
Here is the latest weekly fishing report from the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.
Click here to read the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection’s fishing report, issued May 4, 2018.
The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection recently issued its first weekly fishing report of the 2018 season.
Nutmeg TU will strive to post the reports as they are released each week. Click here to read the first issue.