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Fishing in Vermont

Here you can get all the information you need to know about fishing in Vermont. Vermont has many different lakes and reservoirs, so finding a fishing spot is easy. Vermont has no outlet to the seas and oceans, so you will have to limit yourself to fishing on lakes.

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57°F
Sunday
2021-09-19
Partly cloudy
Sunrise: 06:33 AM
Sunset: 06:52 PM
Moon phase: Full Moon
Precipitation: 0%
Humidity: 74%
Max. wind: 7.6 mph
58°F
Monday
2021-09-20
Sunny
Sunrise: 06:35 AM
Sunset: 06:50 PM
Moon phase: Waning Gibbous
Precipitation: 0%
Humidity: 72%
Max. wind: 7.4 mph
58°F
Tuesday
2021-09-21
Partly cloudy
Sunrise: 06:36 AM
Sunset: 06:48 PM
Moon phase: Waning Gibbous
Precipitation: 0%
Humidity: 78%
Max. wind: 9.8 mph
60°F
Wednesday
2021-09-22
Overcast
Sunrise: 06:37 AM
Sunset: 06:46 PM
Moon phase: Waning Gibbous
Precipitation: 0%
Humidity: 84%
Max. wind: 11 mph
63°F
Thursday
2021-09-23
Moderate rain
Sunrise: 06:38 AM
Sunset: 06:44 PM
Moon phase: Waning Gibbous
Precipitation: 76%
Humidity: 94%
Max. wind: 11.2 mph
Temperature
Precipitation
Wind
Sun
19 Sep

47 - 71 °F
Mon
20 Sep

45 - 74 °F
Tue
21 Sep

48 - 70 °F
Wed
22 Sep

50 - 71 °F
Thu
23 Sep

55 - 68 °F

Pressure, inHg

Sat
18 Sep
Sun
19 Sep
Mon
20 Sep
Tue
21 Sep
Wed
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Thu
23 Sep

What kind of fish you can catch, Vermont

Below is a list of fish that are found here. The list is updated when users add reports

Black crappie
Bluegill
Brook trout
Brown trout
Common carp
Cutthroat trout
European perch
Green sunfish
Largemouth bass
Muskellunge
Northern pike
River suckerfish
Rock bass
Smallmouth bass
Walleye
Yellow perch


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