Video: Fly Fishing Vermont’s Longest River


It’s always fun to run into a good fly-fishing video shot right here in the Green Mountain State. Otter Creek is the longest river in Vermont, running some 112 miles from the western slopes of Mt. Tabor, in Green Mountain National Forest, to Lake Champlain at Ferrisburgh. The scenes above feature some cool New-England-mill-town action for rainbow trout, as well as an angler’s first fly fishing adventure.

2 thoughts on “Video: Fly Fishing Vermont’s Longest River”

  1. Cool! I recognize where that is. I didn’t realize the Otter held trout below its upper reaches. I though it was all warmwater species.

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