Other Lakes Open to Ice Fishing

Ice fishing for trout, salmon and bass is allowed on the following lakes from the third Saturday in January to March 15.

See Index of Lakes & Ponds and Tables in Fishing Regulations for length limits and daily limits.

  • Big Averill Lake, Norton and Averill
  • Big Salem Lake, Derby
  • Caspian Lake, Greensboro
  • Chittenden Reservoir, Chittenden
  • Crystal Lake, Barton
  • Echo Lake, Charleston
  • Echo Lake, Plymouth
  • Eden Lake, Eden
  • Elligo Lake, Craftsbury, Greensboro, Fairlee and West Fairlee
  • Glen Lake, Castleton, Fair Haven and Benson
  • Harriman Reservoir, Whitingham and Wilmington
  • Harveys Lake, Barnet
  • Island Pond, Brighton
  • Joes Pond, Cabot and Danville
  • Lake Bomoseen, Castleton and Hubbardton
  • Lake Dunmore, Leicester and Salisbury
  • Lake Fairlee, Thetford, West Fairlee, Fairlee
  • Lake Hortonia, Sudbury and Hubbardton
  • Lake Memphremagog (including South Bay and the connecting waters), Coventry, Derby, Newport City and Newport
  • Lake Morey, Fairlee
  • Lake Rescue, Ludlow
  • Lake St. Catherine, Wells and Poultney
  • Little Averill Lake, Averill
  • Little Salem Lake, Derby
  • Maidstone Lake, Maidstone
  • Marshfield Reservoir (Mollys Falls Reservoir), Cabot
  • Miles Pond, Concord
  • Nelson Pond (Forest Lake), Calais and Woodbury
  • Newark Pond, Newark
  • Norton Pond, Norton
  • Parker Pond, Glover
  • Peacham Pond, Peacham
  • Pensioner Pond, Charleston
  • Seymour Lake, Morgan
  • Shadow Lake, Glover
  • Somerset Reservoir, Somerset
  • Sunset Lake, Benson
  • Wallace Pond, Canaan
  • Waterbury Reservoir, Waterbury
  • Willoughby Lake, Westmore
  • Woodbury Lake (Sabin Pond), Calais and Woodbury

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