Cache and Release TB Hotel
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I-84 Westbound Connecticut Welcome Center Rest Area
Tourist Information Center.
The Cole Wilde Trout Management Area in Tolland and Willington on the Willimantic River starts at the mouth of Roaring Brook and ends downstream at the bridge on Route 74. Fish are annually stocked with over 2,000 adult brown and rainbow trout in various sections along the Willimantic from the town of Stafford Springs to where it joins the Natchaug River. Anglers are reminded that within the Cole W. Wilde TMA, fishing is limited to fly-fishing ONLY, and all trout caught must be immediately returned to the water without avoidable injury.
The gate may appear to be locked – but it’s not. It just latches differently. Be sure to latch properly when going in and out.
Narrow trail follows the river and can be very slippery after snow and ice. Use caution so you don’t end up in the Willimantic River with the trout. A footbridge takes you across a river inlet if you wish to explore the area.
Large container will hold many Travel Bugs.
We’d like this cache to remain a Travel Bug swap to help them on their missions.
It is a Large Ammo Box (We picked this up while doing 150 Miles to Glory - Thanx wing-it) and will hold all sizes and shapes.
We’d like to maintain a minimum of 5 Travel Bugs at all times.
Take a Bug, Leave a Bug - Trading the same number.
If you have traded identical numbers of Travel Bugs, and can still help one or two more on their missions take more BUT please leave a minimum of 5 Travel Bugs for others to swap.
If you do not have a Travel Bug to swap (and there are 5 or less TBs), please log your find, but no need to place any other item in the cache. Let’s reserve the cache space for moving our hitchhiking friends along.
There is a set of TB dog tags as a first finder prize.
(No hints available.)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum