Trying to figure out Vermont fishing regulations? Wondering what kinds of fish are in a lake? Looking for new fishing tips? Our new Fish with a Warden sessions will give you the opportunity to go fishing with Fish & Wildlife Department personnel and have your questions answered.
These informal Q&A sessions will begin at water’s edge with an overview on the ecology of the lake and its fishing regulations as well as the species of fish present and how to find them. Participants will be able to ask questions and then spread out to go fishing.
- Each session will last an hour or more. You need to bring your own fishing equipment.
- Face masks, social distancing and fishing licenses are required.
- Pre-Registration is required (limited to 25 people per session).
Fish with a Warden Schedule
- July and August events start time is 6:30pm.
- September start time is 6:00pm.
August 5 — Little River Dam, Waterbury - Event is Full
August 12 — Proctor Falls, Proctor
August 13 — Newark Pond, Newark — Bring Your Own Canoe
August 14 — Colchester Point, Colchester - Event is Full
August 21 — Richville Dam, Shorham — Bring Your Own Canoe
August 27 — Emerald Lake State Park, East Dorset
State Park Day Use Fee required to access park.
August 28 — Sumner Falls, Hartland
September 9 — Retreat Meadows, Brattleboro
September 10 — Burlington Fishing Pier, Burlington
September 11 — Wrightsville Reservoir, Wrightsville
September 16 — Knapp Pond #1, Cavendish
September 17 — Newport Town Docks, 84 Fyfe Drive, Newport