Connecticut Hunting Reports


Welcome to’s state-by-state hunting report page.  Hunter Report posting is FREE but restricted to registered users and MEMBERS of  Login or register to post your report and use the comment form below for your hunting update.



  1. Gold rarely makes sense in alow inflation, slow growth economy cheapest cialis

  2. These data provide evidence that the post transcriptional suppression of ER expression through estradiol is mediated through the ER independent of protein synthesis what is tamoxifen

  3. viagra moa so the thought of multiples is unnerving right now

  4. Examples 74 through 92 were prepared in a similar manner to Example 73 zpack medication The voice was so sharp that it was impossible to a pill to last longer in bed tell whether it was a man or a woman After seeing the black robe, he took a deep breath

  5. That is to say, if the formation is opened, the swallowing beast will definitely enter Zhao Ling is body, and clenbuterol and high blood pressure they also have the ability to obtain the devil clomid next day delivery It seems to be working so far as I am producing more eggs this round than my first round

  6. Turned out that I don t have high histamine mediators blue viagra pills

  7. buy clomid online australia Sikov WM, Berry DA, Perou CM, et al Impact of the addition of carboplatin and or bevacizumab to neoadjuvant weekly paclitaxel followed by dose dense AC on pathologic complete response rates in triple negative breast cancer CALGB 40603

  8. We reviewed a total of 419 records across nine databases Fig 1 mechanism of action of tamoxifen

  9. Clin Cancer Res 2016; 22 1103 1110 buy cialis pills Sections were incubated with primary antibodies goat anti Olig2 1 100, R Life Technologies for 2 h at RT

  10. Additionally, entangled gear is normally collected during these events and further investigated lasix gfr Dannie ByyLBMAhpXL 6 19 2022

  11. stromectol walmart clonidine what is the difference between zantac and omeprazole Warrnambool Cheese and Butter Factory Company Holdings Ltd jumped 6

  12. Studies were performed on the spleen from the following groups of mammary tumor bearing rats clomiphene side effects

  13. ATP release from murine PMNs in genetic models of Cx43 expression doxycycline 100mg side effects

  14. Manufacturer is Allocating Product 7 anastrozole vs tamoxifen

  15. priligy en france 4 Study 2 were higher in patients receiving trastuzumab and chemotherapy compared with those receiving chemotherapy alone

  16. buy stromectol without prescription Estrogenic activities of Ginkgo biloba extracts

  17. “Northeast Fishing & Hunting Show’’ Features Experts, Demonstrations & Latest Products — February 15-17, 2013 at Connecticut Convention Center

    HARTFORD, CONN., January 30, 2013 – The “16th annual Northeast Fishing & Hunting Show” presented by STIHL® Solutions will take place on Friday, February 15 through Sunday, February 17, 2013 to the Connecticut Convention Center at 100 Columbus Blvd. in Hartford, Conn. Show hours: Friday, February 15 from 12 noon to 7 p.m.; Saturday, February 16 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; and Sunday, February 17 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

    The Show features hundreds of booths showcasing the latest news and products for fishing and hunting enthusiasts and is designed as a great outing for the entire family. More than 50 hours of seminars by national and regional expert fishermen and hunters, demonstrations at a casting pond and fly-tying center, and hands-on activities all are included with admission. New this year is an “Elements of Nature” Show featuring artists and unique pieces in wood, antler, stone, clay, bronze, photography and taxidermy.

    “Attendees will discover the newest fishing, hunting and outdoor equipment by some of the top manufacturers and can purchase a variety of products,” explains organizer Kristie Gonsalves, President of North East Expos. “They will meet charter boat captains, check out new models of fishing boats, watch fly casting and fly tying demonstrations, and enjoy lots of interactive activities.”

    Featured seminar presenters include: NBC Sports and NESN’s Charlie Moore, The Mad Fisherman; Greg Myerson, World Record Holder for largest Striped Bass with his winning 81.88 lbs catch; Lane Benoit, legendary Vermont whitetail buck tracker; Del DelMastro, archery tackle and urban deer hunter; and Tony Sletzko, former Striped Bass world record holder.

    Fly-fishing experts include Marla Blair and Dave Brandt. Charter boat captains include Greg DuBrule, Bruce Millar, Bill Brown and Pete Meyers. Fishing product manufacturers include Al Gag, Iain Sorrell, Smash’em Fishing & Tackle, and The Run Off Lure Company. Among the many fly-tiers will be Mike Motyl, Bill Newcomb, Fred Wilson and Leslie Wrixon.

    Activities and Displays will include: Northeast Big Buck Club’s “Score Your Rack” exhibit – bring your rack; ocean fishing skill testing on a Virtual Realty Fishing Simulator; live fishing at a Catch & Release Trout Pond – catch a tagged fish and win a child’s rod and reel; Talons! Birds of Prey live animals; NRA Laser Shot System; Sportsmen’s Outpost’s archery range; Kids’ Bass Casting Competition sponsored by the Connecticut Bass Federation Booth; and the “Elements of Nature” show that includes wood carving, wood turning and paint demonstrations.

    The Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection will provide the latest rules and regulations dealing with wildlife, fisheries, hunting and fishing for the coming season.

    Show sponsors include STIHL® Solutions, the Coalition of Connecticut Sportsmen, On the Water magazine, WFSB Channel 3, Country 92.5 WWYZ, Bedard Enterprises, and North East Expos.

    Admission: $12 adults; $4 Children 5 to 12; and Free under age 5. Cash Only.

    For more information, seminars, exhibitors, group admission rates, and directions, visit or call (860) 844-8461.

Leave a Reply