West Branch Farmington River Fishing Report near Canton Valley, Connecticut
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West Branch Farmington River
by Nathan F
on August 27th
Twice a season expect absolutely amazing fishing as opposed to the normal amazing fishing in the West Branch of the Farmington River. The first one is the sulphur hatches in June. Tiny blue-winged Olives, #22s, fished with an eight-foot 1-weight work really really well during peak fall colors.
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