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Protecting Lake Iroquois

Nestled amid the rolling hills of mid-Chittenden County, Lake Iroquois is a 237-acre spring and tributary-fed body of water surrounded by the towns of Williston, Hinesburg, Richmond and St. George. The Lake Iroquois Association is a steward of this haven for recreation and wildlife and the surrounding ecosystem. 


Lake Iroquois-Patrick Brook Watershed Action Plan Meeting

Posted 4/1/24

The Lake Iroquois-Patrick Brook Watershed Action Plan final draft will be presented at a stakeholders meeting on April 9th, 2024 from 10:00 AM -12:00 PM via Zoom.  The Winooski Natural Resources…

The Ice is Out on Lake Iroquois - Earliest Date on Record!

Posted 3/8/24

The ice is out on Lake Iroquois. Ice-out was officially called on Thursday, March 7. This is the earliest ice-out date we have recorded for the lake. Other inland lakes are also experiencing early…

Winter Fishing on Lake Iroquois

Posted 2/21/24

The winter fishing has been hit or miss with the ice thickness this year, but we've seen many happy anglers out on the lake enjoying some good catches. Ice depths have been marginal, around 4-5 inches…

Get the Lead Out and Protect the Loons!

Posted 7/27/23

The LIA has mounted a tube at the fishing access for anglers to dispose of their lead tackle. Please don’t discard lead tackle or monofilament line in the lake or near the shoreline. We need your help…