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Fly Fishing Vermont

Steeped in Fly Fishing History

Steeped in Fly Fishing History

Fly Fishing in Vermont: A Serene Escape

Vermont, with its lush Green Mountains and meandering rivers, offers a tranquil retreat for fly fishing enthusiasts. The state’s pristine waterways are a haven for a variety of trout species, including the coveted brown and rainbow trout. The Battenkill River, renowned for its clear, cold waters and scenic beauty, is a fly fisher’s dream. It flows gracefully through the mountains, providing a challenging yet rewarding experience for anglers. The river’s diverse ecosystem supports a rich aquatic life, making it a prime location for fly fishing throughout the year.

A Tradition of Excellence

Fly fishing in Vermont is steeped in tradition. It hosts the American Museum of Fly Fishing in Manchester, preserving the history and culture of the sport.

The Orvis Fly Fishing School, founded in 1856, continues to be a testament to Vermont’s commitment to excellence in fly fishing. Here, beginners and seasoned anglers alike can refine their skills and learn new techniques. 

The state’s commitment to conservation ensures that the rivers remain bountiful and healthy, providing a sustainable fishing experience for all.

Useful Links:
Vermont Fishing Licenses
Vermont Fishing Reports

Flies by Species - Vermont

Vermont Hatch Charts