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Lake Champlain:                        

Locations to visit

Things to Do

Lake Champlain Maritime Museum


The Maritime Museum has many activities at their museum site and also varied remote locations. Check their site for full details.

Located on Basin Harbor Road in Ferrisburgh Vermont, the museum is a great starting point for anyone interested in the lake and it's history
 (802) 475-2022      www.lcmm.org   email:   info @ lcmm . org

   their mailing address is:

Lake Champlain Maritime Museum at Basin Harbor
4472 Basin Harbor Rd. Vergennes, Vermont 05491


ECHO Lake Aquarium & Science Center

Located on the Burlington Waterfront www.echovermont.org
Hours: 10 am - 5 pm, Thursdays to 8 pm. Closed only Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Day.

bassFishing

Felt sole ban was repealed in 2016
The use of felt-soled waders and boots was prohibited in Vermont in 2011.

Felt soled waders can contribute to the spread of invasive species such as whirling disease in fish and didymo, a non-native alga commonly referred to as “rock snot.“

from their site: Although felt-soled waders and boots can once again be used in state waters, the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is asking anglers and other water recreationists to thoroughly clean and dry all of their equipment after leaving any water body before going to another. “Preventing the spread of aquatic invasive species to new waters is critical to protecting the health of Vermont’s aquatic ecosystems, ” said State Fisheries Biologist Shawn Good. “Boats, kayaks, trailers, fishing equipment, scuba gear and other items can spread aquatic invasive species unless properly cleaned, dried or disinfected after use. ” “While some invasives are easy to see such as Eurasian milfoil stuck on a boat trailer,” he added, “others are too small to be noticed, such as spiny waterflea, larval zebra mussels, or viruses and bacteria that cause fish diseases.” The ban, was designed to slow or stop the spread of these and other aquatic invasive species to new locations in Vermont. vtfishandwildlife.com

Information While the 2017 fishing derby events are behind, your primary source for Lake Champlain fishing derby info: (802) 879-3466 www.lciderby.com


Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department www.vtfishandwildlife.com

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation www.dec.ny.gov Fishing specific page


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