Hunting – Moose

Vermont Moose Hunting Info

Big Game Hunting in Vermont

vermont game hunting deer moose bear grouse woodcock waterfowl wild turkeyThe State of Vermont offers some outstanding upland game hunting. Experienced hunters know that early planning often makes for greater success and fewer problems. A wealth of information can be obtained by visiting the areas you plan to hunt well in advance of hunting season. Get to know the “lay of the land”, procure your license, receive the permission of cooperative land owners, and pick up advice and recommendations from locals. Ask us about VT Hunting Vacations or share your Vermont hunting comments. To feature your Vermont business, contact us.

Vermont Game Hunting: Moose

The State of Vermont offers some outstanding big game hunting. The moose is Vermont’s largest big-game animal. The good news is the Vermont moose herd is big and getting bigger every year.vt moose photo

The first Vermont moose hunt held since 1896 was in 1993. Vermont moose hunting is by permit only, and only in designated areas. Moose hunting seasons are set annually in the spring. Moose hunting permits are awarded by lottery every summer. 10 percent of Vermont moose hunting permits are reserved for nonresidents.

The number of moose hunting permits issued every year has been increasing, more than 200 permits were issued by 1999.

Prime Moose Areas

The far northeast corner and the southwestern corners of the state are where most of Vermont’s moose may be found. The rural Northeast Kingdom includes some of the states largest moose. The Green Mountain National Forest in Bennington county also has plenty of moose.

Experienced hunters know that early planning often makes for greater success and fewer problems. A wealth of information can be obtained by visiting the areas you plan to hunt well in advance of hunting season. Get to know the “lay of the land”, procure your license, receive the permission of cooperative land owners, and pick up advice and recommendations from locals.

Experienced hunters know that early planning often makes for greater success and fewer problems. A wealth of information can be obtained by visiting the areas you plan to hunt well in advance of hunting season. Get to know the “lay of the land”, procure your license, receive the permission of cooperative land owners, and pick up advice and recommendations from locals.

For more information about Vermont Hunting and Vermont Hunting laws, licenses, rules, and regulations write to the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife, 103 South Main Street, Waterbury, VT 05671-0501 or telephone 802-241-3700.

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is providing a toll-free telephone line as a service to in-state hunters. The hunter information line provides hunters with hunting conditions, season news, harvest numbers and other season updates including deer hunting conditions, hunter education classes and other info. The toll-free number is 800-718-HUNT, out-of-state callers may reach the line by calling 1-802-241-4349. Check out a Vermont Guided Tour.

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