I live in southern Rhode Island and its pretty lonely here for the two handed rod fisherman - regardless of the target species. But, most of our trout waters are small (7 ft 3 wt type) compared to western standards. Was out yesterday on our largest river to swing my Redington 3 Hydrogen in some larger runs, and I did get some curious stares, even from fellow flyrodders! Now, a 2.5 hour drive puts me on the Housatonic River in western CT - much bigger water - or the Farmington River. The Upcountry Fly Shop on the Farmington speak two-handed language just fine and have good spey/switch related equipment resources - they're good guys and know the drill. Both of these rivers see a few trout spey guys, but from my observations trout spey is still relatively unpracticed. I'm a dryfly nut, and have little interest in single hand rod swinging or streamer fishing for trout. But, put a trout spey rod in the equation and I'm all over it! After nearly 50 years SH fly fishing, I got absolutely hooked on two hand rods in 2014. Now, it's an obsession. I manage to ease my serious trout spey fix a bit when I spend three weeks or so in the fall in MT, ID, WA and OR, while also chasing steelhead.