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Vermont Fishing License

Explore the world of fishing in Vermont’s pristine waters. This category covers everything you need to know about obtaining a Vermont fishing license, including license types, fees, and online purchasing. Stay up-to-date on the latest regulations, catch limits, and seasonal guidelines to ensure an enjoyable and legal fishing experience. Find tips on the best fishing spots across Vermont’s lakes, rivers, and streams. Learn about the variety of fish species found in Green Mountain State’s waters, from trout and bass to pike and walleye. Get advice on techniques, gear, and ethical practices for successful and sustainable fishing. Whether you’re a seasoned angler or a newcomer to the sport, this category is your comprehensive guide to fishing with a Vermont license.

F.A.Q.

The cost of a Vermont fishing license varies depending on residency status and license type. For the most up-to-date pricing information, visit the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department website or contact a local authorized license agent.

Yes, you can purchase a Vermont fishing license online through the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department website. Once you complete the online purchase, you can print your license immediately and start fishing.

No, if you are under 16 years old, you do not need a fishing license to fish in Vermont. However, you must still follow all fishing regulations, including size and bag limits.

Yes, Vermont offers two free fishing days each year, typically the second Saturday in June and the last Saturday in January. On these days, both residents and non-residents can fish without a license, but all other fishing regulations still apply.

No, a Vermont fishing license is only valid for fishing within the state of Vermont. If you plan to fish in other states, you will need to obtain the appropriate licenses for those states.

If you lose your Vermont fishing license, you can easily reprint it online through the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department website at no additional cost. You will need your Conservation ID number or the information used to purchase the license.

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