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    The Connecticut Lakes Region of New Hampshire offers fly fishers two fly fishing only sections of the Connecticut River and 11 area fly-fishing only ponds. Two tail-water dams on the Upper Connecticut keep river water cold for miles down stream for excellent dry fly fishing right through the summer and into the fall. Brook trout are a favorite and are native to New Hampshire and found in the river, streams, and ponds. Rainbow trout and brown trout call the Upper Connecticut River home. Trophy NH brown trout haunt the waters below Lake Francis. New England land-locked salmon are a favorite spring and fall river catch.