A tributary of the Upper Connecticut River, Perry Stream originates near the US/Canandian border and babbles through forestland for most of its journey to the Connecticut River. Day Road follows the stream along the majority and northernmost sections. It joins the Connecticut River in a section know as the ‘Trophy Stretch’. We have 4 cabins on the picturesque stream; Riffles, Eastwind, Deer Meadow and Edgewater.
Fishing Season: January 1st to October 15th
Brook Trout ~ 5 fish or 5 lbs whichever is reached first from its headwaters to the Happy Corner Bridge.Downstream from the bridge to the confluence of the Connecticut River, fly fishing only, daily limit for brook trout is 2 fish.
Directions from Lopstick; Take US Rte 3 south 3 miles to Day Rd. Day Road is a right hand turn. The stream can be accessed in numerous spots shortly after the houses end. Good gravel road. Other access spots include Hill Rd and River Rd; both within 2 miles of the lodge.