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Fishing Hot Spots near Lake Champlain

  "June thru August 2020 I've caught: Northern pike (36"+) x3 Bowfin x3 Carp (large common) x5 Perch x2 Largemouth bass (4lb so far) x20+ Bluegill 20+ Pumpkinseed..." Dead Creek

  "This is my favorite fishing spot. With creeks connecting to lake Champlain you will see a wide variety of fish including, Pumpkin Seed, Blue Gill, Perch, Bass, Carp,..." Woodruff Pond

  "Me and my buddy caught 6 largemouth bass at around 5 pm..." Baker Pond Dam

  "I fished just to the north of the boat ramp. There's an obvious trail. Follow that till you see a bunch of black water snakes (about 60-70 paces). Drop a short line in..." Bristol Pond

  "After fishing Mirror Lake for 10+ hours, I have just started figuring the secrets of the lake. Looking at a depth chart of the lake, you'll see there is a large drop off..." Mirror Lake

  "For my first time at Colchester Pond, I went for the shallows along the shore just north of the parking lot, where the bottom starts to get weedy. I tried a few lures at..." Colchester Pond

  "First time getting to Shelburne Pond, and heard about trophy Large mouth bass. Fished the ledges on the north shore by canoe all morning. Three of us caught over 45..." Shelburne Pond

  "South end of the lake around stumps. From my kayak using a top water popper - caught and released a 17" 2.5# and 14" 1.5# largemouth. Both were very aggressive hitters..." Chazy Lake

  "Fishing was awesome limited out three times if. I was keeping them all biggest one was 28 inches my arms were shot shot..." Winooski River

  "I fished the Saranac River inside the village of Saranac Lake, well away from Lake Champlain. In three days and maybe six hours of fishing, I ended up catching one..." Saranac River

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About Fishing Hot Spots for Lake Champlain near Keeseville

So you're interested in fishing Lake Champlain. As fishermen, we know there are times when our favorite spots are just not active so we built our Hot Spots feature to show you where the fish are biting in the area of Lake Champlain. Now you'll know where catches are being recorded in the general area, and you can plan your day on the water. Check out our Fishing Times tab to determine when the fish will be most active. To find Lake Champlain enter the 44.543659 latitude, and -73.341522 longitude coordinates into your GPS device or smart phone. If you need fishing tackle, or are looking for a fishing guide or fishing charter please visit Tackle, Guides, Charters