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  • Writer's pictureEric Rosen

Where to Fish in Central Vermont?






Central Vermont offers a variety of fantastic fly fishing destinations. Here are some of the best:

  1. The White River: This is a popular spot for fly fishing due to its abundant population of wild brown and rainbow trout. The river flows through the towns of Rochester, Stockbridge, and Bethel.


  1. The Mad River: This river is known for its large population of wild brook trout. It flows through the towns of Warren and Waitsfield.


  1. The Dog River: The Dog River flows through the towns of Northfield and Berlin and offers excellent fly fishing for brown and rainbow trout.


  1. The Winooski River: This river is the largest in central Vermont and offers a wide variety of fishing opportunities. You can catch everything from smallmouth bass to northern pike and even salmon in some sections.


  1. The Lamoille River: The Lamoille River is another great spot for fly fishing in central Vermont. It offers a variety of fish species, including brown trout, rainbow trout, and smallmouth bass.

These are just a few of the top fly fishing destinations in central Vermont. Other great spots to check out include the North Branch of the Winooski River, the Stevens River, and the White River's upper sections. Before you go, make sure to check the fishing regulations and obtain any necessary permits.




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