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Connecticut's Housatonic and Farmington Rivers

August 15, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

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.