Does your catch qualify as a Master Angler entry?
Although baitfish regulations in New York and Vermont have changed since this book was published, it still serves as a good reference for identifying baitfish species.
The latest information on these regulations is available at:
Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia (VHS) is a deadly fish virus, first discovered in the Great Lakes. Vermont has adopted regulations to prevent the introduction of VHS to our waters.
Have questions about using baitfish? Check the FAQs below for answers to the most common inquiries.
This map shows the location of commercial baitfish dealers in Vermont. Click on the icon for more information about the dealer.
Baitfish regulations are designed to protect Vermont’s fish populations and fishing opportunities by preventing the introduction of fish diseases and other aquatic invasive species.
Fishing regulations are important tools for managing Vermont's diverse fisheries and meeting the varied desires of the angling public. Our Online Fishing Regulations Tool uses current technologies to make obtaining regulation information quick and simple.
This internet-based tool offers multiple functions, including: