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Posted By Dave Anderson, April 16, 2018
Overall, Opening Day of trout season was a big success across the state with some exception fish caught like this 6-pound 1-ounce brown that was weighed-in at Fishin’ Factory 3 in Middletown.

 Opening Day has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the trout bite is over. Connecticut is very good about keeping new batches of fish coming throughout April and most of May. Take advantage, we have a great fishery here in CT, and I don’t want to hear anymore whining about the stamp—it only helps keep the program alive and flourishing. Tog and flounder reports have been very slow, keep at it and you might get an early bite as the water warms up a bit more. Striper action is coming to life in many places, the Housy is still the hottest spot, but many western Sound beaches are waking up and so are the interior sections of the Connecticut River. It feels good to be writing about stripers again!


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