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Connecticut's Housatonic and Farmington Rivers

Posted on August 15 2005

Chris Hunt, the communications director for Trout Unlimited’s Public Lands Initiative, talks about fishing these famous eastern U.S. streams for browns, rainbows and brookies. “If I hadn’t known, I never would have guessed this fish, a native to California and the West Coast of the United States, had nailed the Woolly Bugger in central Connecticut’s Farmington River, a stone’s throw from the historic Hitchcock Chair Company and not too far from our country’s revolutionary breadbasket.” In the Pocatello, Idaho State Journal.

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