The creek holds bass, pike, carp and trout. It stretches 112 miles from the Green Mountain National Forest all the way into Lake Champlain. The Walloomsac River is another Trophy Trout stocked stream. Waterway & Fishing Map Features. Many of the streams/bodies of water mentioned are easily wadable. Blue Quills, Blue Winged Olives and March Brown’s follow closely behind. If you think chasing brook trout on the Lamoille River sounds like fun. Boat ramps are numerous and easy to find. However, if you want to target salmon and warm water fish, bring along something between a 6 and 9 weight rod. The Vermont side of the river is all catch-and-release and is known for its mystical wild brown trout trophies. Click on icon for access area details, including access area name, location (town and waterbody), access type, boat size and ramp type. Bring one set of gear to the Clyde one day and fish for trout. Trail Maps and Guides; Jessica Savage Recreation Program Manager 1 National Life Drive, Davis 2 Montpelier, VT 05620-3801 802-249-1230 jessica.savage@vermont.gov. From mid-May to late-June you will have the most success. The Upper Portion of the stream is made for brook trout. It’s easy to hop in in North Bennington near the Henry Bridge. Learn how to create your own. Your most success will likely be found in the fly fishing only section between Cleveland Brook in Bethel to Linnieville Brook. 1 National Life Drive Davis 2 Montpelier, VT 05620-3702 802-828-1000 fwinformation@vermont.gov. Read More. Lake Champlain Fishing. Below East Hardwick, the river widens out. All rights reserved. Lake Champlain Fishing Map Here is a map of fishing hotspots on the lake by type of fish Salmon Map Bass Spots. Since there are big fish in this stream, don’t shy away from the big streamers. This link will help you find public access points on the Battenkill. Montpelier, VT 05620-3702 Pay close attention to what is hatching and do your best to match. Go ahead and use a 4 or 5 weight rod. Description: The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department’s access area offers shoreline fishing opportunities, or you could launch your own boat. Rainbows and browns can be found here. Otter Creek is the longest river in the state. However, there are some decent canoeing/kayaking options. Using light tippet and a 3 or 4 weight rod is plenty. If you have a canoe or kayak you can fish the shallow waters and lower tributaries. The river can be broken up into three sections. Use a 4 or 5 weight rod with extremely light tippet. Jessica Savage Recreation Program Manager 1 National Life Drive, Davis 2 Montpelier, VT 05620-3801 802-249-1230 jessica.savage@vermont.gov Looking for the best Fishing trails around Vermont? For nymphs, go ahead and use Copper Johns, Pheasant Tils and Prince Nymphs. Click the map icons to get directions to fishing spots, boat ramps and real-time USGS stream flow data. Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department's Hunting, Fishing and Trapping Laws and Guide Fishing Licenses Fishing Season & Dates Buy a Fishing License Boating in Vermont Ice Fishing Basics. There have been efforts over the past several years to increase Vermont’s population. It’s best to hug the shore. The Clyde River is one of the more unique fisheries in Vermont. Copyright © 2020 State of Vermont. The trout rarely are in the faster moving water. Finally, if you want to fish for both on the same trip, bring along some bigger streamers. However, it is as pure of fishing as you can find. [CDATA[/* >