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Public Land: Hunting and Fishing in Vermont

February 17, 2013
Public Land: Hunting and Fishing in Vermont - 0

Vermont's nearly 500,000 acres of publicly-owned land represent about 10 percent of the entire state.

Pine Mountain Wildlife Management Area

• 2,274 acres 

• Deer, turkey, grouse, bear and small-game hunting

• Native brook trout fishing in streams

Cornwall Swamp Wildlife Management Area

• 1,566 acres

• Good waterfowl hunting, deer and turkey hunting

• Bass, pike and pickerel fishing in Otter Creek

Camel's Hump State Park

• 20,000 acres

• Fishing and hunting in designated areas

• Primitive camping allowed throughout area  

Green Mountain National Forest

• 416,000 acres

• Excellent trout fishing on streams -- some Atlantic salmon available

• Deer, bear and moose hunting

Gifford Woods State Park

• Extensive trail system for access

• Good deer, moose and grouse hunting

• Fishing for trout on area streams

Find more public land access opportunities with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Hunt Planner.

Photo: Green Mountain National Forest

Photo credit: flickr

 

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Event Calendar

  • April 19: Spruce Planting at Crane Pond State Game Area
  • May 3: Jack Pine Planting in the Grayling Forest Management Unit
  • May 29: Red Oak Planting in Shingleton Forest Management Unit
  • June 1: Red Oak Planting in Gwinn Forest Management Unit
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