Connecticut River Coordinator's Office
Northeast Region
 
Photo of fly fishing for Atlantic salmon - Photo credit:  MAFW / Bill Byrne
Photo of fly fishing for Atlantic salmon - Credit:: MAFW / Bill Byrne

Click on one of the Connecticut River subdrainages listed below to see a map that shows dams and other barriers to migratory fish passage (the subdrainage map below is for reference, not links). ) Some of these maps may not be completely up-to-date and may incorrectly suggest passage or lack of passage at certain locations. Please contact us for more current information. All maps open in a separate window and are about 100 KB in size.

1. Eightmile 9. Ashuelot 17. Passumpsic This link opens in a new window25. Williams
2. Salmon 10. Cold 18. Stevens 26. Saxtons
3. Hockanum 11. Sugar 19. Wells 27. West
4. Scantic 12. Mascoma 20. Waits 28. Deerfield
5. Chicopee 13. Ammonoosuc 21. Ompompanoosuc 29. Mill (3)
6. Fort 14. Israel This link opens in a new window22. White 30. Westfield
This link opens in a new windowThis link opens in a new window7. Sawmill 15. Upper Ammonoosuc 23. Ottauquechee This link opens in a new window31. Manhan
8. Millers 16. Nulhegan 24. Black 32. Farmington
      33. Mattabesset
 
Map of Subdrainages of the Connecticut River Watershed
Map of Subdrainages of the Connecticut River Watershed. Credit: USFWS

Many thanks to Kirsten McClaid-Cook for designing the individual subdrainage maps!

 

 

 
Last updated: September 14, 2010
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