A Wild Brook Trout

Small Stream in CT.


Submitted by: Alan Petrucci

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Camera manufacturer NIKON 
Camera model E4600 
Exposure time 1/60 s 
Lens focal length 17 mm (~102 mm on 35 mm film) 
Lens aperture f 4.9 
ISO 145 
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From: Alan Petrucci · uppahdam·at·aol.com  Link
Submitted December 5th 2006

Adam, that time of year is cold but if you fish the Church Pool in Barkhamsted you can do well especially if the temps moderate. Woolly Buggers, nymphs, a good choice. Good Luck. Alan.

From: Adam D. Miller · salmophile·at·gmail.com  Link
Submitted December 4th 2006

Hey Alan,

I'm going to be back in CT for the holidays (dec 22-jan 2) and I was wondering if you knew what holes on the farmington might be fishing well that time of year. I haven't been back in a few years so I am kind of out of the loop. Also if you have any fly recomendations that would be great. I've been itching to apply some of my favorite western patterns to my old home river. Drop me a line if you get a chance, either here with a post or to my e-mail. Thanks,


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