EASTON — Winter lived up to its reputation last week with bone-chilling temperatures and the first significant snowfall of the season but Spring is only two months away, and so is the first day of fishing season on the second Saturday of April.
That’s good news for the residents of the spacious raised ranch that sits on a quiet country road at 60 Gate Ridge Road in the Lower Easton neighborhood. This house is only several blocks from the Mill River, Buck Hill Forest, and Warner Anglers Preserve, which is managed by the Aspetuck Land Trust. No need to wait until April 11 to fish at the preserve. “Fishing is permitted year-round with a valid CT license as long as anglers follow strict catch and release guidelines and only use single hook, barb-less lures,” the land trust website says.