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Vermont regulations for fishing with live bait will be a little more accommodating for anglers starting in early February. On January 17, the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Board voted to approve changes to the baitfish regulations, allowing anglers more flexibility on transporting baitfish and more options for the fish species they can use as bait. The modifications, which go into effect on February 2, 2013, will not significantly reduce the regulation's protection of Vermont's fish populations. The primary changes to the regulation include: • adding pumpkinseed, bluegill, rock bass, and banded killifish to the statewide approved baitfish list •...
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Fishing - $20.00
Youth Fishing (ages 15-17) - $8.00
3-Day Fishing – $15.00
Fishing - $41.00
Youth Fishing (ages 15-17) - $15.00
1, 3, or 7-Day Fishing – $15.00, $20.00, $30.00
Anyone fishing, in possession of, or transporting fish taken in Vermont waters or the Vermont/New Hampshire waters of the Connecticut River must be properly licensed and must carry the license on his/her person.