Whacking Fatties Fly Fishing Reports and Forecasts

Connecticut Fishing Report

Best Fishing Stream Name Today 7/16 7/17
1 Quinebaug River, CT 5 4 5
2 Moosup River, CT 5 4 5
3 Hop River, CT 5 4 4
4 Bigelow Brook, CT 5 4 4
5 Mount Hope River, CT 5 4 4
6 Skungamaug River, CT 5 4 4
7 Yantic River, CT 5 4 3
8 Latimer Brook, CT 5 4 3
9 Farmington River, CT 4 4 5
10 Pequabuck River, CT 4 4 5
11 Nepaug River, CT 4 4 5
12 West Branch Farmington River, CT 4 4 5
13 Roaring Brook, CT 4 4 4
14 Still River, CT 4 4 4
15 Shunock River, CT 4 4 4
16 Shetucket River, CT 4 4 3
17 Black Pond: Windham, CT 3 4 5
18 Bigelow Pond, CT 3 4 5
19 Upper Bolton Lake, CT 3 4 5
20 Wangumbaug Lake, CT 3 4 5
21 Mashapaug Pond, CT 3 4 5
22 Mono Pond, CT 3 4 5
23 Eagleville Lake, CT 3 4 5
24 Bolton Lake, CT 3 4 5
25 Crystal Lake, CT 3 4 5
26 Holbrook Pond, CT 3 4 5
27 Pattagansett Lake, CT 3 4 5
28 Dodge Pond, CT 3 4 5
29 Gorton Pond, CT 3 4 5
30 Mount Tom Pond, CT 3 4 5
31 Billings Lake, CT 3 4 5
32 Mamanasco Lake, CT 3 4 5
33 Mudge Pond, CT 3 4 5
34 Long Pond, CT 3 4 5
35 Wyassup Lake, CT 3 4 5
36 Stillwater Pond, CT 3 4 5
37 Dog Pond, CT 3 4 5
38 Wood Creek Pond, CT 3 4 5
39 Highland Lake, CT 3 4 5
40 Lake Winchester, CT 3 4 5
41 Silver Lake, CT 3 4 5
42 West Hill Pond, CT 3 4 5
43 Beach Pond, CT 3 4 5
44 Tyler Lake, CT 3 4 5
45 Bantam Lake, CT 3 4 5
46 Washining Lake, CT 3 4 5
47 Leonard Pond, CT 3 4 5
48 Green Fall Pond, CT 3 4 5
49 Uncas Pond, CT 3 4 5
50 Ball Pond, CT 3 4 5
51 Lake Lillinonah, CT 3 4 5
52 Squantz Pond, CT 3 4 5
53 Park Pond, CT 3 4 5
54 Anderson Pond, CT 3 4 5
55 Lake Zoar, CT 3 4 5
56 Burr Pond, CT 3 4 5
57 Messerschmidt Pond, CT 3 4 5
58 Lake Candlewood, CT 3 4 5
59 Lake Waramaug, CT 3 4 5
60 Lake Naraneka, CT 3 4 5
61 Lake Kenosia, CT 3 4 5
62 Hatch Pond, CT 3 4 5
63 West Side Pond, CT 3 4 5
64 Moodus Reservoir, CT 3 4 4
65 Quonnipaug Lake, CT 3 4 4
66 Lake Wintergreen, CT 3 4 4
67 Glasgo Pond, CT 3 4 4
68 Hopeville Pond, CT 3 4 4
69 Amos Lake, CT 3 4 4
70 Powers Lake, CT 3 4 4
71 Rogers Lake, CT 3 4 4
72 Black Pond, CT 3 4 4
73 Gardner Lake, CT 3 4 4
74 Avery Pond, CT 3 4 4
75 Lake Hayward, CT 3 4 4
76 Pickerel Lake, CT 3 4 4
77 Lake of Isles, CT 3 4 4
78 Babcock Pond, CT 3 4 4
79 Bashan Lake, CT 3 4 4
80 Norwich Pond, CT 3 4 4
81 Pachaug Pond, CT 3 4 4
82 Beseck Lake, CT 3 4 4
83 Higganum Reservoir, CT 3 4 4
84 Pattaconk Reservoir, CT 3 4 4
85 Cedar Lake, CT 3 4 4
86 Halls Pond, CT 3 3 5
87 Hampton Reservoir, CT 3 3 5
88 Quinebaug Pond, CT 3 3 5
89 Mansfield Hollow Lake, CT 3 3 5
90 Killingly Pond, CT 3 3 5
91 Ross Pond, CT 3 3 5
92 Pine Acres Lake, CT 3 3 5
93 Batterson Park Pond, CT 3 3 5
94 Little Pond, CT 3 3 4
95 Dooley Pond, CT 3 3 4
96 Crystal Lake: Middlesex, CT 3 3 4
97 North Farms Reservoir, CT 3 3 4
98 Housatonic River, CT 3 3 4
99 East Aspetuck River, CT 3 3 4
100 Leadmine Brook, CT 3 3 4
101 Spruce Brook, CT 3 3 4
102 Mill River: Hamden, CT 3 2 3
103 Willimantic River, CT 2 3 4
104 Fenton River, CT 2 3 4
105 Pomperaug River, CT 2 3 4
106 Shepaug River, CT 2 3 4
107 Mianus River, CT 2 3 4
108 Saugatuck River, CT 2 3 4
109 Norwalk River, CT 2 3 4
110 Quinnipiac River, CT 2 3 3
111 Salmon River, CT 2 3 3
112 Eightmile River, CT 2 3 3
113 Natchaug River, CT 2 2 4
114 Little River, CT 2 2 4
115 Naugatuck River, CT 2 2 4
116 Jeremy River, CT 2 2 4
117 Blackledge River, CT 2 2 4
118 Salmon Brook, CT 2 2 4
119 Pequonnock River, CT 2 2 4
120 Farm River, CT 2 2 3
121 Muddy River, CT 2 2 3
122 Hammonasset River, CT 2 2 3
123 Mill River: Fairfield, CT 2 2 3




What is Whacking Fatties? Fishing reports and forecasts for ~10,000 streams and lakes and rivers across North America and the United Kingdom.

How is the Fatty Factor calculated?

The Fatty Factor is calculated using a fishing success estimation model containing proprietary big data analytics. We consume data from near and real-time sources, satellites, and sensors; compile/compare, against historic datasets, to create the Fatty Factor. Location, season, and analytics improve the rating over time.

How is the Fatty Factor rated?

5 stars is the best while 0 stars is “Not Fatty”.

How to use Whacking Fatties Fishing Reports and Forecasts?

Consult the detailed stream information section of the fishing reports and forecasts for the latest weather temperatures, wind speeds, cloud cover, gauge flows, and insect hatch patterns.

What do trout eat?

Check out the hatch recommendations for each stream in the detailed stream area. Investigate the hatch recommendations if you are interested in what do trout eat.

What kind of fish can I catch?

You tell us? Rainbow trout, brook trout, lake trout, bass, carp, etc. Currently, fresh water species. Salt water fishing? Fly fishing for carp is awesome. Tell us what you are after? Steelhead, grayling, tarpon, bass, bonefish, taimen, permit, salmon fishing?

How do I use the fishing maps?

We have a vast amount of geographic data for each stream. Click on the points to get more information. Green points represent fishing access such as put-ins and take-outs. Purple points represent bridges or stream crossings whereby often Google StreetView is available. Red points represent USGS Stream Gauges. Where available, we have graphs for Predictive Hydrograph 7 days, Water Temperature, Observed Height (ft.) 7 days, Observed Discharge (cfs) 7 days, and Duration Hydrograph. The Duration Hydrograph is a graphical presentation of recent daily streamflow, plotted over the long-term statistics of streamflow for each day of the year.

With the goal of better understanding fly-fishing patterns and predicting location and ferocity of fishable events, Whacking Fatties presents the Fatty Factor: a fly-fishing success estimation model using proprietary big data analytics.

Whacking Fatties promotes responsible fishing via catch and release practice and water resources conservation.

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