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STREAM CONDITIONS

Stream: Farmington River
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Author: JT's Fly Shop Staff
Overview: The West Branch of the Farmington River in northcentral Connecticut is a tremendous tailwater fishery and the premier trout fishing riber in the state. Cold water from the Colebrook and West Branch reservoirs help make this river an excellent year-round trout fishery. It is well stocked with brook, brown, and rainbow trout. And you'll find good numbers of wild and holdover browns and rainbows to 18-plus inches thriving in the cool waters.  Starting in 2012 the TMA has been expaned to inlcude 21 miles of the river from Goodwin Damn to the Rout 177 Bridge (Unionville).  See CT Regs forinfo and descriptions..
Level: Very low
Temp
Clarity crystal clear


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