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The Vermont Department of Fish & Wildlife maintains more than 180 developed fishing access areas throughout the state, providing public access for boat launching and shore fishing. These access areas vary in size and services offered, as well as the size of watercraft they can accommodate. Locations are chosen based on shoreline habitat conditions that provide anglers with the most promising opportunities.

Details

Boat SizeMedium
Lake Area:172,800 acres
Maximum Depth:400 feet
Ramp TypeConcrete
Exposure:North
Fish Species:Black Crappie, Brown Trout, Bullhead, Lake Trout, Largemouth Bass, Landlocked Salmon, Northern Pike, Panfish, Rainbow Smelt, Rainbow Trout, Sheepshead, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, White Perch, Yellow Perch
Recommended Season:Spring-Summer
Dock:Dock Available
Universal Access:No Universal Shore Fishing Platform
Summer Portolet:Summer Restroom Available
Winter Portolet:Winter Restroom Available
Parking Lot Size:35 trailers + 30 cars + 2 ADA
Winter Access:Plowed In Winter
Directions:Get directions via Google Maps