Where to Go
Near the extreme northwest corner of Vermont is the Korean War Veterans Fishing Access, which provides shore-bound anglers with a great opportunity to fish Lake Champlain. This access area offers a universally accessible fishing platform.
Fish You'll Find
Lake Champlain has an incredibly diverse fish community. The lake has over 90 species of fish, many of which are highly-prized recreational sport fish.
Late spring and early summer offers excellent fishing for panfish, like bluegill and perch, as well as bass and northern pike.
Casting a minnow or worm under a bobber is a great way to catch a variety of fish species. Try varying the depth until you begin catching fish. Spinnerbaits and minnow-imitating plugs are also good bets here. Learn more about freshwater bait and lures.
How Do I Get There?
The access area is just off of US Route 2 where it crosses from Vermont to New York.