Clyde River The park is located at the mouth of the Clyde River and has a large mowed area which makes casting from shore easy. It is native to the west coast of North America from southern Alaska to Mexico.
A hook-n-bobber set up complete with a tasty worm will provide lots of fishing action. Have fun out there, and let us know if you #Fish VT with a tag on social media.
STEP 2: Learn how to set up a hook and bomber (with sinker) on fishing line: STEP 3 : Finding worms can be fun and provides good bait.
It’s time to get out in the fresh air and have some good old-fashioned fun with friends, family or a day by yourself to enjoy the peace and quiet surrounded by some of the most gorgeous scenery in Vermont. We’ve put together some of the best family friendly fishing spots in the state, and we think you’ll agree that these places will give you some long-lasting memories of simple days and good times.
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Late spring and early summer brings a number of pan fish, bass, and northern pike. You can also take out a small boat to try for a brook trout in early spring, or enjoy the abundant amount of large mouth bass and pumpkin seed sunfish.
Albert is located in the northwest corner in Vermont and has some of the most diverse selection of fish around with over 90 different species. In addition to some excellent fishing, this park provides camping, hiking and beaches.
A short drive north to the Sandbar State Park is a quick option if the fish aren't biting much here. Mid-May is an excellent time to try your hand, or rather your rod, on the Lower Sinews River.
The floating bridge isn't the only thing in the water over Sunset Lake. Go ahead and drop your line right off the bridge and this time of year it's filled with trout in early spring.
Enjoy fishing directly from shore at Silver Lake State Park. There are Vermont Fish and Wildlife access areas at both of these ponds which are located less than a mile apart.
Perhaps the best place for finishing is along the dam where there is a shore fishing platform. There are also many camping and hiking areas at the Gifford Woods State Park which is across the road from Kent Pond.
Enjoy shoreline fishing, camping, swimming, boat rentals and a playground. Gather a large group and organize a camping trip this summer on Echo Lake.
Boat rentals are available, but you can launch your own for free at the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Access Area. Places to fish from the shore are abundant at Bullhead Pond.
It's loaded with trout and the best time to catch them is early spring before the water gets too warm. You'll love the natural beauty at this underdeveloped state park.
Motorized boats are not allowed on the lake, but feel free to launch your canoe and paddle away! Fish from the shore or on your own boat at the picturesque Gale Meadows Pond in Londonderry.