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If you're looking for big steelhead trout in Vermont, you'll find no finer spot to cast than the eleven-mile stretch of the Willoughby River between Lake Willoughby and the Barton River. Every spring people come from miles around not only to fish, but watch them jumping upstream to reach spawning grounds. The falls at Orleans presents one of the best fish watching opportunities in Vermont if not all New England. Host Lawrence Pyne, and angler Michael Hahn, tackle the Willoughby in search of two feet of steelhead.
- The Fly Rod Shop
- GORP Vermont Fishing Guide
- Trout Streams of Vermont
- Trout Unlimited, Vermont State Council
- Vermont Department of Fish & Wildlife:
Len Geradi, 802-751-0108
- Fish Reports
Orleans General Store
72 Main Street
Orleans, VT 05869
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