All told, we had another good year fly fishing in Vermont and eager for many more. We are fortunate and blessed to have such abundant trout waters in our small state. Nine portions of Vermont’s rivers stay open as catch and release thru winter and many of these hold good trout populations. Keep your line wet.
Experience why warmwater species is our fastest growing guided excursion. Fishing to these exceptionally aggressive fish can make for some of the funnest fly fishing in Vermont. You can float remote stretches of river working large flies near bank side cover or toss poppers between lilypads on local stillwater. These trips offer a great option when the heat of summer is on and trout sulk, though fishing is consistent from mid-May through October. Drifting is done on one of our hardboat or rafts. No tippy canoes!
Are you ready to do some fly fishing in Vermont? Vermont has some of the best trout waters in New England, from cold mountain brooks and streams, tucked far away beaver ponds, small lakes and reservoirs and plenty of clean rivers with a good trout population. We offer canoe trips and old fashion wading trips. Trout season opens up on the second Saturday in April and closes on October 31.
So challenge the famed Battenkill or explore our smaller streams for trout. Match wits with Black Bass and the feisty Northern Pike on one of our many lakes. And you can do it all in the postcard setting of beautiful Manchester Vermont. With charming inns, quaint villages, wonderful restaurants and friendly people, Manchester is the perfect (spouse-safe) Vermont fly fishing vacation! So come flyfishing in Vermont, with expert fly fishing guide and outfitter Chuck Kashner!