The Lamoille River feeds into Lake Champlain and has great fishing from the middle of May through the fall. It also offers a great diversity of species, with some of most common being rock bass, small and largemouth bass, brown bullhead, northern pike, and white and yellow perch. Less common but still present are landlocked Atlantic salmon, brown trout, and walleye. Walleye fishing is particularly good in May during their spawning run; summer is the best time for perch, largemouth bass, and bullhead.
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