Vermonts Big Game
There are some excellent opportunities in Vermont to tag deer, bear,
moose and turkey.
deer - We hunt this species several different ways during bow
and arrow, rifle, and muzzle loader season:
- Hunting over food plots from blinds and tree stands
up stands over fresh deer sign
- Using 4x4
vehicles to locate fresh tracks and then go on foot after an individual
controlled deer drives
This game bird is thriving in Vermont and can be hunted in the
fall and the spring. The use of decoys, calls, and hunting over
are some of the techniques that we use to kill these
This is another common creature up here in Vermont. The most common
way that they are hunted around here is with bear dogs, however
targeting apple orchards, beech nut ridges, and cornfields in the
fall can be very productive.
The wild cow of the north country is common throughout central and
northern Vermont. Hunts are regulated by a lottery system.
Vermonts primetime in the morning or the evening for deer,
turkey, bear, upland game or waterfowl.
*Hunt Vermonts rich landscape for the species of your choice.