The fish can be spotted moving up the falls during warmer days in mid to late April and sometimes into early May during years with late winters. The best times to spot the fish leaping the falls are in the late morning and early afternoon as the sun is hitting the waters.
Vermont Fish and Wildlife
Open house will include reports on results of Vermont’s 2016 deer, moose, bear, and turkey seasons as well as a proposal for the 2017 moose hunting season.
Based on the Fish & Wildlife Department’s recommendation, 63 bulls-only permits will be issued for the regular hunting season and 17 bulls-only permits for the archery hunting season.
Vermont record for largest bluegill also set in 2016.
The goal of the Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact is to improve enforcement of hunting, fishing and trapping laws through the cooperation of law enforcement units in member states.
The daily bag limit is 15, and there is no possession limit
Waterfowl Hunter Task Forces have helped agency establish season dates that provide equitable hunting opportunities for the various interests in each zone.