Northeast of Burlington near Morrisville, the Lamoille River is a highly productive trout fishing stream. The Lamoille River runs through Vermont countryside and ends at the confluence with Lake Champlain. You can expect to find wild and stocked brown trout, rainbow trout and brook trout.
The best time of year for fly fishing on the Lamoille River is from mid-May through mid-July. The best section on the Lamoille River for fly fishing is upstream of Morrisville.
Note: As of January 2011, it is illegal to use felt sole waders and wading shoes in Vermont. You must use non-felt soles for fly fishing in Vermont.
Overall, Lamoille River is the 9th most popular fly fishing river of all 10 fly fishing spots in Vermont.