Vermont’s state-wide Free Ice Fishing Day is Saturday, Jan. 28. Held annually on the last Saturday in January, the day is geared toward giving new ice anglers an opportunity to try ice fishing before purchasing equipment, but any angler may ice fish on any waterbody open to ice fishing statewide without a fishing license on Free Ice Fishing Day. “Ice fishing is one of the most accessible forms of fishing,” said Fish and Wildlife Cmsr. Christopher Herrick. For more information, visit the Vermont Fish and Wildlife website.
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