Contact Us: 833-I-GO-FISH (446-3474)
Contact Us: 833-I-GO-FISH (446-3474)
Contact Us: 833-I-GO-FISH (446-3474)
Contact Us: 833-I-GO-FISH (446-3474)

Mill River Fishing Charters

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Meandering through Connecticut, Mill River creates countless amazing fishing opportunities. It’s hailed for its abundance of wild trout, but don’t think for a second that this is the only species to be fished here. Like all the best fishing streams, Mill River offers fish both big and diverse. On top of that Mill River’s catch-and-release regulations help keep the fish right where they belong – in these waters.

The more of your family and friends you bring along, the merrier your trip with our FishAnywhere Mill River fishing guide will be. Book your trip today!

 

Fishing the Mill River

Though only 17 miles long, Mill River offers ample fishing opportunities. And, there’s a good reason for that – the Mill River is one of the top trout sources in the East Coast. Come feel its flow and try your luck with its monster-sized fish. Whether you’re an expert angler or a rookie, catching keepers in the Mill River is easy as pie, especially with a FishAnywhere Mill River fishing guide.

 

 

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Best Season to Fish the Mill River

The most beautiful months of the year are also the most prolific months of the Mill River’s fishing season. The best months to plan your Mill River fishing trip are between June and October. It’s only for the best, really, since these warm and sunny months help create breath-taking landscapes all along the Mill River’s banks.

 

Popular Fishing on the Mill River

Ease of access, lush nature, and great company make this river extremely trip-worthy. The most popular fishing techniques commonly used on this river are fly fishing, spinning or wading. Locals favor these three techniques, but you can always use your own.

 

 

The Fish of the Mill River

Admittedly, diversity may not be this stream’s biggest strength – the Mill River offers little except for trout. But what this lively body of water lacks in variety, it compensates for in both quantity and quality. The Mill River is home to brook trout, brown trout, steelhead trout, and tiger trout.

 

Brown Trout
Brook Trout
Steelhead
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Available Fishing Charter Trips on the Mill River

In case you’re not sure which fishing spot on the Mill River to hit first, simply ask one of FishAnywhere’s Mill River professional fishing guides and they will take you on the outdoor adventure of a lifetime.

Check out our Mill River fishing guides from our team of licensed fishing captains today!

 

 

 

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