Best Fishing in Vermont

This list represents the most popular fishing in Vermont. Use this list to plan your next Vermont fishing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

  • #1 Causeway Park Rail-Trail

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    Colchester, VT

    Imagine traversing a path built of tons of marble and rock fill, allowing you to bike, walk, or wheelchair several miles onto Lake Champlain. The Causeway Park Rail-Trail is among the most remarkable ...
    •  3.2 miles
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    Imagine traversing a path built of tons of marble and rock fill, allowing you to bike, walk, or wheelchair several miles ...

  • #2 Burlington Waterfront Bikeway

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    Burlington, VT

    The best of Lake Champlain’s waterfront can be experienced on this bikeway. There are outdoor opportunities for people of all ages. Surface: Asphalt. Location: Chittenden County.
    •  7.5 miles
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    The best of Lake Champlain’s waterfront can be experienced on this bikeway. There are outdoor opportunities for people of ...

  • #3 Lake Champlain (NY / VT Border)

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    Burlington, VT

    Short Take: 271,000 acres; both clear and dingy water, weedy shallows, islands, rocky bluffs, open water. Some believe that if the French explorer Samuel de Champlain had stayed long enough to ...
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    Short Take: 271,000 acres; both clear and dingy water, weedy shallows, islands, rocky bluffs, open water. Some believe that ...

  • #4 Delaware and Hudson Rail-Trail (South)

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    West Pawlet, VT

    A lightly wooded trail through cornfields and meadows of wild-flowers. Surface: Original ballast, ranging from hard-packed cinder to gravel. Location: Rutland and Bennington Counties.
    •  10.6 miles
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    A lightly wooded trail through cornfields and meadows of wild-flowers. Surface: Original ballast, ranging from hard-packed ...

  • #5 Texas Falls Recreation Area

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    Middlebury, VT

    A short exploration of a small river gorge and nearby nature trail. Barrier-free access to ?shing is also provided. Cascades tumbling through a rocky gorge lure visitors to the Texas Falls Recreation ...
    •  1.2 miles
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    A short exploration of a small river gorge and nearby nature trail. Barrier-free access to ?shing is also provided. Cascades ...

  • #6 Beebe Spur Rail-Trail

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    Newport, VT

    The Beebe Spur Rail-Trail opened in 1999. It parallels Lake Memphremagog and takes its guests through some beautiful Vermont woods. Surface: Packed gravel. Location: Orleans County.
    •  4 miles
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    The Beebe Spur Rail-Trail opened in 1999. It parallels Lake Memphremagog and takes its guests through some beautiful Vermont ...

  • #7 LaPlatte River Marsh Natural Area

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    Shelburne, VT

    A short nature walk to varied wetlands from the mouth of the LaPlatte River. The riverbanks, marshes, wooded wetlands, and duckweed-choked backwaters that abound in this natural area won’t fit ...
    •  1.3 miles
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    A short nature walk to varied wetlands from the mouth of the LaPlatte River. The riverbanks, marshes, wooded wetlands, and ...

  • #8 Bill Sladyk Wildlife Management Area

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    Derby Line, VT

    A short walk to pristine ponds at the top of the Northeast Kingdom. Think of this hike as a nature walk without the frills. No interpretive guides, no trail signs, no route markers, no blazes, ...
    •  4.2 miles
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    A short walk to pristine ponds at the top of the Northeast Kingdom. Think of this hike as a nature walk without the frills. ...

  • #9 Delaware & Hudson Rail-Trail

    3 Reviews

    Rutland County, VT

    Delaware & Hudson Rail-Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Poultney, Vermont. It is 4.7 miles long and begins at 464 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 9.5 miles with a total elevation ...
    •  4.7 miles

    Delaware & Hudson Rail-Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Poultney, Vermont. It is 4.7 miles long and begins at 464 feet ...