Nearly 400,000 trout were released this year in Connecticut’s rivers and ponds through the Connecticut DEEP and the Fisheries Management Program.
However, the lack of rain could cause changes to future stocking, DEEP said in a statement. “Anglers will be able to find updated trout stocking information (including any changes) in DEEP’s “Weekly Fishing Report” which will be available at www.ct.gov/deep/fishing beginning next week.
Here are the locations that have been stocked: Black Rock Pond (Watertown), Chatfield Hollow State Park (Killingworth), Southford Falls State Park (Oxford), Stratton Brook State Park (Simsbury), Wharton Brook State Park (Wallingford), Mohegan Park Pond (Norwich), Valley Falls Park Pond (Vernon) and Great Hollow Pond/Wolfe Park (Monroe).
You find local fishing areas at the DEEP website.