Vermont Ice Fishing Conditions

Vermont Ice Fishing Conditions

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These conditions have been acquired from multiple sources and are to be used as basic guidance for where “safe” ice can be found. Remember, ice is never 100% safe and these conditions are only to be used as guidance. It is 100% your responsibility to assure a location is safe to venture out onto. Fishing Northeast in no way will be held responsible for mishaps or inaccurate information. While we try to gain specific locations on bodies of water it is not always possible. Many reports are of general lake name with no specifics and sometimes not even an indication of which Lake “X” is being mentioned, some states have more than one Lake “X”. Have any other ice reports? Please comment below or contact us with details.


CAUTION ADVISED:

Please use extreme caution with these ice conditions. After last weeks warm temperatures and rain we saw many issues with edges, running water and drilled holes opening up on the ice from rain drainage. Many of these reports are from prior to the warmup as anglers have been slow to venture back into areas due to unsafe conditions.

BODY OF WATER CONDITIONS DATE
Echo Lake, Plymouth 9 inches 12-31
Lake Memphremagog- South Bay 12-16 inches 1-4
Harriman Reservoir, Castle Hill Rd area 8-10 inches 12-31
Cedar Lake, Monkton 8+ inches 12-31
Lake Bomoseen, floating bridge area 7+ inches 12-29
Colchester Pond, Colchester 8 inches 12-29
Lake Champlain, Keeler Bay 15 inches 1-7
Lake Champlain, North Hero Marina 7 inches 12-28
Lake Champlain, Dillenbeck Bay 11-12 inches 1-3
Lake Champlain, Sand Bar 6 inches 12-28
Lake Champlain, Pelots 7 inches 12-28
Stiles Pond 6 inches 12-26
Lake Champlain, St. Albans Bay (inner bay) 6-7 inches 12-29
Lake Champlain, St. Albans Bay (boat launch mid bay) 8 inches 12-30
Lake Champlain, Missisquoi Bay 6-8 inches Church Rd area 12-27
Lake Bomoseen, Green Dump area 10 inches 1-14
Lake Champlain, Georgia Shore 8-10 inches 1-3
Lake Willoughby 6-8 inches off beach 1-3
Woodbury Lake 12 inches 1-7
Lake Champlain, just north of bridge 9 inches 1-6
Lake Iroquois 10-11 inches 1-9
Lake St. Catherine 12+ inches 1-1
Lake Champlain, Larrabees Point 9-12 inches 1-13
Fairfield Pond, Fairfield 10 inches 1-13
Lake Champlain, Hog Island 14 inches 1-14
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