Orvis-Endorsed Fly-Fishing Guide in Cornwall, Connecticut
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What is Provided:
1/2 day float trip includes: fly rods, hand tied flies and litters along with snacks and beverages. Full day float trip includes: fly rods, hand tied flies and litters along with snacks, beverages and a shore lunch.
Trout fishing: Clients bringing their own fly rods should bring 5-wt. or 6-wt. 9' or 10' length rods.
Bass/Pike/Carp fishing: Clients bringing their own fly rods should bring 8-wt. or 8- to 10-wt. 9' length rods.
Lines: Floating and sinking lines Waders are not necessary, but rain gear is recommended.
What to Bring (Additional):
Rain gear, sun glasses, hat, sun block.
March - June: Trout, smallmouth bass and Northern pike.
June - August: Smallmouth bass, Northern pike and carp.
September - December: Trout, Northern pike, smallmouth bass and carp.
- Brown trout, rainbow trout, and brook trout
- Northern pike
- Smallmouth bass
The Housatonic River is a large limestone river that offers easy access fishing. Long deep pools and wide shallow riffles that hold a variety of fish.
Spring: 32 - 70 degrees
Summer: 65 - 80 degrees
Fall: 45 - 75 degrees
Winter: 32 - 60 degrees
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