Brook Trout Fishery
Indian Stream is a tributary of the Upper Connecticut River that originates near the US/Canadian border and flows through forestland and ultimately a lush farm valley before emptying into the Connecticut River. Steeped in history, the Indian Stream Valley was the border of the US and the Republic of Indian Stream; a republic independent of both the US and Canada in the late 1700’s. Brook trout call this stream home, as do rainbow and brown trout nearer the confluence of Indian Stream and the Connecticut River.
January 1st to October 15th
Brook Trout ~ 5 fish or 5 lbs whichever is reached first
Directions from Lopstick
Take US Route 3 south approximately 10 miles. Take a right onto Indian Stream Road. This road is about 15 miles long and follow the stream as it meanders.
Flies to Try
Elk Hair Caddis, Bead-head Pheasant Tails, Adams, Royal Wulff, Prince