Trout Pond



A. Only members, their spouses, children and grandchildren under the age of
16 are permitted to fish the pond.

B. A member’s children and grandchildren under the age of 16, and/or a
Member’s spouse may fish the pond only when in the company of a
member. Children under the age of 12 must remain under the direct
supervision of a member at all times. The combined creel limit of the
member, spouse and/or children is that of the member alone.

C. A valid CT fishing license is required to fish the pond. Spouses must also
have a valid CT fishing license.

D. Fishing is allowed from first light until dark. No night fishing is allowed.

E. All members must sign in before fishing. A member may sign in for either
Catch and Release or Catch and Keep. Members may keep up to a limit of
fish and sign out their catch. They may then sign back in again to catch and
release. Once they do so, they can not add any additional fish to their creel
limit for the day. No switching back to Catch and Keep is allowed.

F. Only one fishing rod with one single or treble hook is allowed per person.

G. No live bait or corn is allowed.

H. No ice fishing is allowed.

I. Fishing is allowed from the shore, only.

J. The limit is 3 trout per day, 6 trout per week, and 40 trout per season.

K. All fish caught must be kept and recorded in the book before leaving the
pond, unless a member has signed in as Catch and Release. Catch and
Release fishing is allowed by fly fishing or spin fishing using a fly or lure
with a single barb-less hook. Catch and Release fishermen must release all
fish caught properly. Fish must not be handled to the extent possible.

L. No cleaning of fish is allowed on the premises.

M. Keep the pond and its surroundings clean. Carry out what you carry in.

N. During the hunting season, fishing is prohibited until 1p.m. on stocking
days, (Wednesdays and Saturdays). Blaze orange must be worn. Children
are allowed on Sunday mornings until noon, only.