Lake Champlain is undeniably one of the best fisheries on the continent. The sixth largest lake in the U.S., Lake Champlain stretches 120 miles north to south with almost 600 miles of shoreline. Its 435 square miles of surface area carve through the Adirondack Mountains of New York and the Green Mountains of Vermont offering spectacular views and unprecedented fishing.
With a maximum depth of 400 feet, this vast body of water features more than 80 species of warm and cold-water fish including large and smallmouth bass, walleye, lake trout, brown trout, landlocked Atlantic salmon, perch, carp, steelhead and bowfin.
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