Trout Fishing Trips

Trout Fishing Trips

Half Day Single

$ 200
3 Hours for up to 1 People

Full Day Single

$ 300
6 Hours for up to 1 People

Half Day Double

$ 250
3 Hours for up to 2 People

Full Day Double

$ 400
6 Hours for up to 2 People

Looking for an opportunity to learn how to float fish or centerpin for trout while having an opportunity to possibly get a personal best trout here in CT? Let Joe Diorio be the one to teach you and get you on a trout of a lifetime! Joe is now offering guided trout trips on the Farmington River. These are walking trips where you will be hitting the banks and learning new waters. Here you will have the opportunity to learn how to float fish for trout using a centerpin reel or with spinning gear. These trips will be offered from October to April. These trips are very flexible and are offered in 3 or 5-hour trips. Be sure to book today to get on a trophy CT trout!

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Added Information

A maximum of 3 people is allowed on each charter. Charter rate includes fuel, tackle, bait, and fishing license. Same rates will apply for day or night charters. Your trips are personalized as we will plan the best time of day/night, as well as the best tide conditions to go fishing. We are able to plan these trips out well in advance with the advanced technology of Tide apps. A $100 deposit is required to book your trip, and the remaining balance is due the day of your trip. You will want to make sure that you are on time for your trip. Lastly, if you decide to keep fish from the trip, Joe will be more than happy to fillet your fish for you.

What is provided

  • All rods, reels,fishing gear and bait is provided
  • Fishing License
  • Ziplock bags for any filets you wants to bring home

Things to Bring

  • Windbreaker. This will protect you from spray and keep you warm on early morning starts.
  • Shorts are great when it is a hot summer day.
  • Pants are great when it is a cold morning or evening
  • Light weight shirt. Wearing a shirt will protect your arms and shoulders from sunburn. Linen is perfect for keeping the heat away from your skin.
  • Light colored clothing. This reflects the sun to keep you cool in hot weather.
  • Non-skid rubber soled shoes. Sneakers are perfect. Flip flops are not recommended!
  • No Black sole shoes. This will help from making marks on the boat.
  • Seasickness medication. If you’re prone to seasickness stock up on over the counter remedies before you leave. Bonine® and Dramamine® are particularly effective but should be taken a couple of hours in advance of the trip. It’s always best to avoid combining anti-nausea remedies with coffee.  Lastly, avoid having too much to drink the night before if you want to have a puke-free trip!
  • Sunscreen. Make sure to get one that protects from both UVA and UVB rays.
  • Lip balm. Lip balm with sun protection will stop your lips getting chapped out on the water.
  • Hat. Hats with brims provide shade and decrease the risk of sun stroke.
  • Polarized sunglasses. These will cut through the glare on the water to give you a better view of your target fish. Sunglasses are a must though!
  • Waterproof jacket and rain pants. These are essential if you come across bad weather
  • Food/Drink. Bring any food and drink that you wish. A sensible amount of beer or wine is permitted. Please do not show up intoxicated to the charter.
Cooler. Please bring a cooler with ice for your food and beverages, the cooler will also be handy to carry your fish home.