Contact & Guiding

Fish with Connecticut Fly Angler! Rowan is a registered CT fishing guide. He guides primarily on the Salmon River and other Central and Eastern CT TMAs, as well as a select number of carp, bass, and trophy panfish ponds and rivers. Nighttime trips for trophy trout are an option as well, as well as customized trips for a variety of species. He also offers casting lessons at locations convenient for his clients. 


Daylight trips, 1 person:

4 hours, $250
6 hours, $300

Nighttime trips:

2 hours, $150
4 hours, $300

$50 for each additional hour and/or person. 

Casting lessons:

$50 per hour & person

Contact Rowan at to book a trip!


  1. Hey Rowan, I'd love it if you'd add Windknots to your blogroll. Thanks.

  2. Rowan,
    When going by Lake Pocotopaug yesterday, I saw some
    diehard (wacko?) guy fishing from a kayak. You?

    1. I wish. Not wacko, fishing kayaks are extremely stable and easy to maneuver. Guy probably knew exactly what he was doing.

  3. Hi! Lots of great info thanks.

    I'm a Florida transplant trying to figure out how to catch these small fish here any wise words would be greatly appreciated. ( I'm in Monroe and have a creek similar to your Jan 2017 pics within walking distance, but my smallest setup is a 5 wt and the smallest fly I've coasted is probably a clouser.


    1. Sorry for the late reply, if you want some information, shoot me an email and I'll get back to you as soon as I can.

  4. Hi - Just found this blog a few months ago. I really enjoy everything about it - the fishing tips, the musings, the photos, etc. Thank you very much!

  5. Love looking up your account and reading the stories. The time you take and the pictures are awesome. Especially for a state like ours. Keeping ct ppl interested in fly fishing. Continue to produce please. I'm still waiting for my first fish. Been out 5 times to the farmy with no luck.

  6. Is there an email I can private message you to inquire about guided trips?

  7. Hello Rowan.. Thanks for posting the NFC logo/link. We are moving forward with a CT NFC chapter. We have 8 people ready to go and one awaiting vetting. There's room for a few more if you are interested. I am also looking for some CT native fish and habitat pics for the CT webpage banner and gellery. Can you help?

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