During the winter, you can grab an auger and go ice fishing in Vermont to catch yellow perch at a place like Lake Bomoseen. Then, when spring arrives and trout fishing season opens up, you can pick a spot near one of the state’s many streams to cast from when you want to see if the brook or rainbow trout are biting. Use these VT fishing resources to get started.
You can get more information about fishing in Vermont through the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department.
Each state offers free fishing days when anglers can fish on public bodies of water without having to purchase a fishing license. Free fishing days events are the perfect time for experienced anglers to mentor beginners or for parents to introduce kids to the fun of fishing.
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