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Vermont's Family-Friendly Fishing Hot Spots

Northern Region

Marshfield Reservoir, Cabot
(aka Molly’s Falls Reservoir)

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Description:  The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department access area (Marshfield Dam) offers plenty of opportunity to fish from shore, including two fishing platforms. You can also launch a boat here if you like.

Species:  You can expect to catch smallmouth bass, chain pickerel and yellow perch. Though rare when compared with these species, northern pike also live in the reservoir. Trout are stocked here, but the best trout fishing will be in the spring before the water gets too warm and they move to deeper waters.

Directions:  The access area is on US Route 2, roughly midway between Montpelier and St. Johnsbury. Get directions » Marshfield Dam
Marshfield Dam Access Area

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