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The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department says recent cold weather has made ice fishing a viable Vermont outdoor activity several weeks earlier than in recent years. Read more →The post Cold Weather Brings Early Ice Fishing Opportunities appeared first on On The Water.
Check out these fishing clinics that are open to people of all ages and levels of experience, including those who are completely new to fishing. Read more →The post Vermont Offering Free Winter Ice Fishing Clinics appeared first on On The Water.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department has some ice safety tips for those of you who will be going ice fishing this winter. Read more →The post Ice Fishing Safety Tips appeared first on On The Water.
Vermont Fish And Wildlife lists hot fall fishing opportunities throughout the state. Read more →The post Fall Fishing Action Heating Up Across Vermont appeared first on On The Water.
Tippets: Removing Small Dams, Fish Virus Spreading in Pacific Northwest, Recovering the Yellowcheek Darter
Large dam removal projects bring focused political resistance, but “conservationists are finding many landowners of small dams are happy to have them removed.” Read more about starting small from Kathleen Masterson via Vermont Public Radio. A highly contagious virus known … more →
About 4,300 muskie fingerlings will be stocked into Lake Champlain and the Missisquoi River on Monday evening by Vermont Fish & Wildlife. Read more →The post Vermont Fish And Wildlife To Stock Muskellunge Fingerlings In Lake Champlain appeared first on On The Water.
Lake Champlain tributaries set new carp and redhorse sucker state records in Vermont earlier this year. Read more →The post Two Fish Certified As New Vermont State Records appeared first on On The Water.
#tiedwithCaddisFlyShop Bob and his wife live in a small, northern Vermont town called Craftsbury, spending much of his angling time at their camp in Rangeley, ME, home of the “best brook trout fishing in the lower 48″. As much as Bob loves … Continue reading →
Sea lamprey are native to Connecticut River, beneficial to aquatic ecosystem Read more →The post Vermont Public Reminded To Not Disturb Spawning Sea Lamprey appeared first on On The Water.
Opening day of the Vermont walleye fishing season marks the return of some of the best walleye fishing in New England. Read more →The post Vermont Walleye Fishing Season Opens May 6 appeared first on On The Water.