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Inland Regulations & Definitions

Designated rivers & streams with no closed season. These include the entire Connecticut and Thames Rivers, and downstream portions of the Coginchaug, Farmington, Housatonic, Mattabesset, Mystic, Naugatuck, Niantic, Quinnipiac, Salmon and Yantic rivers. Check individual waterbody listing...

Inland Regulations & Definitions

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Celebrating 150 Years of Natural Resource Conservation in Connecticut

Joining in the celebration are the Divisions of Wildlife, Inland Fisheries, Marine Fisheries, Forestry, and the Environmental Conservation (EnCon) Police, as well as many partners. Throughout 2016, we will look back at our history and also look ahead to the future of natural resources in our state.

Celebrating 150 Years of Natural Resource Conservation in Connecticut

Don’t be a Bonehead, or a Johnny Fishseed!!!

Connecticut’s fisheries have been established and are monitored by professional biologists who carefully evaluate and consider pros, cons and risks prior to the introduction of any fish to the waters of the state. These fisheries are a multi-million dollar resource that we all enjoy, and our sport fisheries...

Don’t be a Bonehead, or a Johnny Fishseed!!!

Connecticut Fishing Regulations

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