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Public Fishing Access & Boat Ramp on Lake Iroquois

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department maintains more than 190 developed fishing access areas, providing public access for shore fishing opportunities and launching of water craft. The public access for fishing and boating on Lake Iroquois is located in the northwestern part of the lake. The access has a dock which is usually in from mid-May to the middle of the fall. Exact dates depend on weather conditions.

Access areas are provided for anglers, boaters, hunters, and trappers. Authorized uses include: angling, launching of boats, hunting and trapping and vehicles associated with those uses; launching of non-motorized vessels; operation of ATVs and snowmobiles ONLY when used in conjunction with ice fishing.

There are a number of activities that are not permitted at public access areas. Among these are camping, picnicking, discarding garbage of any sort, washing or cleaning of fish or wildlife, water skiing, swimming, or use of ATVs or snowmobiles except for those being utilized solely for ice fishing.