Connecticut Fly Fishing
Connecticut fly fishing opportunities include saltwater fishing for striped bass, bluefish and albacore along the coast. The Housatonic River and Farmington River also provide great dry fly fishing for rainbow and brown trout, and smallmouth fishing in warmer months.
The Housatonic River flows through western Massachusetts and down into Connecticut where it spills through some of the Berkshire foothills
In that last few year a lot has been written about fishing for false albacore…
DEP Announces Atlantic Salmon Stocking
The Shetucket River in the eastern part and the Naugatuck River in the western part both receive stockings of excess Atlantic salmon brood stock fish. www.noreast.com/fly/tech/Salmon.cfm
Connecticut’s most reliable early season striper destination is the lower Connecticut River.
The West Branch of the Farmington River in northcentral Connecticut is a tremendous tailwater fishery.
Articles on the Shetucket, Yantic, Little, Moosup, Quinnebaug
Farmington River tour by a local angler
Where to fish the CT river for stripers
Dusk and dawn are times of transition, fleeing hours when the world slips to and from the full light of day…
Info on the Farmington & the Deerfield from local guide
Connecticut Fishing & Boating Page
Year-round hatch information for the Farmington River
Year-round hatch information for the Housatonic River
by Housatonic River Outfitters
13 Rt. 7, Cornwall Bridge, CT 06754, 860.672.6064
24 Kent Road, Cornwall Bridge, CT 06754, (860) 672-1010
P.O. Box 91, Granby, CT 06035
13 Route 7, Cornwall Bridge, CT 06754 , (860) 672-6064
987 Post Road, Darien, Connecticut 06820; (203) 655-9400
190 Main St. New Hartford,CT, 860-738-3597
440 Boston Post Road, Old Saybrook, CT 06475; 860-388-2283