On January 29, 2020

VT Fish and Wildlife to host ice fishing clinics

Saturday, Feb. 1 at 8:30 a.m.—HARTLAND—Ice fishing can be challenging, so the state will host several clinics to help anglers catch some fish when it’s cold outdoors.

“Our ice-fishing clinics will be held from mid-January through February, with the possibility that some dates may change according to ice and weather conditions,” said Fish & Wildlife Department Education Specialist Corey Hart, in a statement released by the department. “Everyone is welcome, no matter their experience level. We want this to be fun and helpful for all.”

Two clinics will be held this weekend. On Feb. 1, Deweys Pond Ice Fishing with Hartland Recreation Department will begin at 8:30 a.m.  On Feb. 2 there is a Panfish Clinic at Shelburne Pond fishing access. The clinics are 2½ to 3 hours long. People who register will be sent more details. Registration is required and can be done at vtfishandwildlife.com.

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