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Marine/Inland Demarcation

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Demarcation Between Marine and Inland District

A marine sport fishing license is required downstream of locations listed below or in areas designated as being entirely in the Marine District.

Unless indicated below, the demarcation line is the first bridge upstream from the river mouth or cove.

  • Alewife Cove: New London-Waterford. Entirely in Marine District.
  • Beebe Cove: Groton.Entirely in Marine District.
  • Blackhall River: Old Lyme. Route 156.
  • Branford River: Branford.Montowese Street.
  • Bride Brook: East Lyme. First railroad crossing.
  • Byram River: Greenwich.First railroad crossing.
  • Clinton River: (Indian River) Clinton. Route 1.
  • Connecticut River: I-95 bridge. Old Lyme-Old Saybrook.
  • Duck River: Old Lyme. Entirely in Marine District.
  • East Creek: Guilford. The tide gates at Guilford dock.
  • Housatonic River: Milford-Stratford. Merritt Parkway.
  • Indian Harbor: Greenwich. First railroad crossing.
  • Indian River: Milford. Route 122.
  • Jordan Cove: Waterford. First railroad crossing.
  • Lieutenant River: Old Lyme. Route 156.
  • Menunketesuck River: Westbrook. 500 ft. north of Route 1.
  • Mianus River: Greenwich. Dam north of Boston Post Road.
  • Mill River: Fairfield. Dam at Harbor Road.
  • Mill River: New Haven. Tide gates at State Street.
  • Mumford Cove: Groton. Entirely in Marine District.
  • Mystic River: Stonington-Groton. 500 feet north of Route 1.
  • Niantic River: East Lyme-Waterford. Golden Spur Bridge, Route 1.
  • Norwalk River: Norwalk. Wall Street.
  • Oyster River: Milford. Route 122.
  • Palmer’s Cove: Groton. Entirely in Marine District.
  • Patchogue River: Westbrook. Route 1.
  • Pawcatuck River: Stonington. 500 ft. north of Route 1.
  • Pequonnock River: Bridgeport. North Avenue (Route 1).
  • Poquonnock River: Groton. 500 feet north of Route 1.
  • Pequot-Sepos Cove: Stonington. 500 feet north of Route 1.
  • Quiambaug Cove: Stonington. 500 feet north of Route 1.
  • Quinnipiac River: New Haven.Route 17.
  • Sasco Brook: Westport. Buckley’s Mill Dam, above Route 1.
  • Saugatuck River: Westport. Kings Highway.
  • Shaws Cove: New London. Entirely in Marine District.
  • Stonington Harbor, Lambert Cove & Quanaduck Cove: Stonington. 500 feet north of Route 1.
  • Thames River: Groton-New London. 500 ft. North of Rte. 1, I-95 bridge.
  • Tokeneke Brook: Darien. Old Farm Road.
  • Wequetequock River: Stonington. 500 feet north of Route 1.
  • West River: Guilford. Route 146.
  • West River: West Haven. Tide gates at Orange Ave. (Rte. 1).

For a complete listing, consult section 26-108-1 of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies, and section 26-109 of the Connecticut General Statutes. These can be found at www.ct.gov/dep/laws-regs.

 

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