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Warm Up to Ice Fishing in Stowe

Early March is one of the best times of the entire year to ice fish Stowe!

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As Stowe, Vermont can annually find itself blanketed in snow for almost six whole months, ice fishing is traditionally-known as one of the top outdoor activities that both the young and young-at-heart can pursue. Whilst this type of outdoor fun in Stowe is prevalent throughout the colder months, the high point for the sport always seems to fall in late February and early March. Thus, now is the perfect time for you to start thinking about taking your very own Vermont ice fishing excursion.

What is the difference between ice fishing in Stowe and the warmer style of angling that many are more accustomed to? A LOT! If you have never tried your hand at ice fishing, don’t worry. Patience is the key to this sport and the professional instructors at The Fly Rod Shop right here in Stowe will ensure that you learn all of the essentials to catching some beautiful rainbow trout! They offer classes and instruction for the whole family, including special classes for younger children each Wednesday from the David Gale Recreation Center. All gear and bait will be provided by the Shop so you will be able to ice fish Stowe in no time.

For safety reasons, you need to watch the conditions of the ice as the days bring us closer to spring. Yet now, if you come to fish Stowe, you will be sitting along a hole in the ice with your rod or tip-up placed right in the icy water below, patiently waiting for a catch to come. Ice fishing in and around Stowe continues through the end of March, and if you plan on partaking in this icy angling, book a room with us at The Green Mountain Inn. Located in the heart of Downtown, let us be your comfortable home-away-from-home to return to. We’ll keep the fireplace roaring just for you!

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