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Vermont's Family-Friendly Fishing Hot Spots

Southern Region

Sadawga Pond, Whitingham
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Description:  The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department’s access area offers shoreline fishing opportunities, or you could launch your own boat. More info »

Species:  The pond has largemouth bass, yellow perch, pumpkinseed sunfish, chain pickerel, and bullhead.  

Directions:  From Brattleboro, travel west on VT Route 9 for about 17.5 miles. Turn left (south) onto VT Route 100. After a little over 6 miles, look for Sadawga Lake Rd. on your left.
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Sadawga Pond
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