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Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department staff gathered with conservation partners at the Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area in Addison recently to commemorate a century’s worth of wildlife management area conservation at one of Vermont’s most visited wildlife management areas.

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The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is asking hunters for help in a statewide initiative to gather more biological data on the state’s deer population. Hunters who get a deer during the November 14-29 regular deer season are asked to provide an incisor tooth from their deer.

Over the last couple weeks I have been burning a lot of nervous energy along with other brothers and sisters of the angling fraternity wondering about water flows, water temperatures and whether or …

I went outside to scratch around at the ground with my rake; much the same way as a chicken does with its feet. Slowly, I was unearthing the area where, the previous November, I had last seen one of …

MONTPELIER — Vermont's traditional trout fishing season is set to open April 14, and despite recent cold weather and lingering snow cover across the state, officials from Vermont Fish & …