Fishing

Northern Vermont has miles of rivers, streams and lakes for brook, rainbow, lake and brown trout, landlocked salmon, pike, bass and many more. Harvey's Lake in West Barnet is known as one of the best lakes in Vermont for catching big lake trout (even a 25 pound one!)

Having the northern divide here (where rivers flow north to the St. Lawrence or south to the Connecticut River), our waters are pure and natural.

Fishing maps are available free at VT Fish & Wildlife. They also have a convenient Fishing Access Area List (pdf) to help you plan your next fishing vacation.

Our FREE Waterways Map can help you make your anglin' plans on our region's spectacular lakes.

For a great fishing vacation, consider using a guide service. The VOGA site lists many qualified guides to lead fishing trips for pond, lake, stream and ice fishing.

Clyde River Recreation offers kayak, canoe, small boat rentals, and all inclusive river paddles on the Clyde River and along Lake Memphremagog. 

Visit our Great Outdoors Vacation Packages for some great lodging deals that include fishing and boating!

In winter, haul your fishing shanty out onto one of our many lakes. Your best bets include Caspian Lake in Greensboro, Seymour Lake in Morgan, Lake Willoughby in Westmore and Joe's Pond in West Danville.



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