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Cottonbrook offers great casting opportunities in a magnificent location.  Follow Cottonbrook Road to the Cottonbrook Canoe Access. Park there and head along the water to find your spot where the fish are biting. Please review the Vermont Fish & Wildlife website for full regulations and license information. (http://www.vtfishandwildlife.com)

West Branch River offers numerous fishing opportunities. Just follow the Stowe Recreation Path and keep your eyes open for pools along the banks of the river. Park at Thompson Park on the Mountain Road and head towards town, there are numerous paths leading to the water. Follow the river in either direction. Please review the Vermont Fish & Wildlife website for full regulations and license information. (http://www.vtfishandwildlife.com)

Lamoille River is home to some of the best fishing in the state. Upstream of Morrisville, you will find Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout, Brook Trout and Landlock Salmon. Park along Rt. 15 for access. Please review the Vermont Fish & Wildlife website for full regulations and license information. (http://www.vtfishandwildlife.com)

Little River State Park is one of the most popular parks in central Vermont. Waterbury Reservoir is particularly favored for boating with a portion of the reservoir devoted to quieter uses. Angling for bass and trout is as popular here as water-skiing and paddling. Please review the Vermont Fish & Wildlife website for full regulations and license information. (http://www.vtfishandwildlife.com)

Waterbury Reservoir offers great fishing opportunities. Whether shoreline casting from Waterbury Center State Park or dropping a vessel in the water at the public boat launch site, this local gem is an anglers dream. Please review the Vermont Fish & Wildlife website for full regulations and license information. (http://www.vtfishandwildlife.com)

Sterling Pond, a small alpine lake nestled in the woods on one side of the rugged mountain pass known as Smugglers' Notch, is a unique fishing location. The trek is a short but steep two-mile round trip up and down from the parking lot on Vermont 108. Or as it is known to locals, the Notch Road. Please review the Vermont Fish & Wildlife website for full regulations and license information. (http://www.vtfishandwildlife.com)
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