Fished from 4 p.m.- dark. Sulphurs came off sproadically until about 8 at which point things started to heat up. Had good luck on small Olive and Yellow flies (#18 #20) as well as beetles and a pheasant tail dropper. Fished 7x and had a bunch of break offs. Better luck on 6x.
Deep Brook, one of nine wild trout stream in Connecticit with a Class 1 designation, is a site where the Candlewood Valley chapter continues to work to improve water quality and trout habitat.
On Saturday, June 28th CVTU will have a work party on Deep Brook to do some pruning on the trees we planted a few years ago and remove invasive plants that have sprung up amongst them.
We will start at 9 a.m. and will meet at the parking lot in front of Reed Intermediate School (3 Trades Lane,... [ READ MORE... ]
On Tuesday, February 11th we're welcoming Steve Culton to present on Fishing and Tying Wet flies. Wet fly fishing is a very effective method of getting cautious trout to take a fly. That said, it's a bit of a forgotten art. Steve is the master of this art authoring articles and books on the subject... [ READ MORE... ]