Reports from the Shetucket River remain good for the Atlantic Salmon season. Those braving the cold have been rewarded with some nice fish as CTDEEP has now fully stocked the river for the season.
Most recently the larger fish up to 20 lbs. completed the seasonal stocking. Anglers braving the cold and the ups and downs of the water levels are having success from Baltic upstream to Merrick Brook.
Don't forget the upcoming CFFA exhibition and banquet on February 4. More info here:
This is a great annual event with lots of bargains, fly tying and demonstrations throughout the day...SEE YOU THERE!
Here are 3 tips from TU, especially for newcomers:
We teach the "thumb in your peripheral vision" as the first step in improving your cast and tightening your loop. For most trout fishing scenarios the rod only needs to move a few feet from the side of your head forward with the thumb on top and in your vision both on the back and forward casts.
Mastering this simple rod movement is the beginning step for newcomers that tell us; "I tried fly fishing but it's too hard, etc." Need help? We simplify the process with you...LESS IS MORE. Contact us for a Spring tuneup as the trout season gets fully underway. All CT streams have been late fall stocked and the season is now open year round!