The Northeast Kingdom is the top destination for hunting in Vermont with its plentiful game and over 259,154 acres of land with public access. The NEK is a wealth of unspoiled woods, lakes, ponds and farmland and is abundant with every game species in Vermont.
White-tailed deer, black bear, moose, wild turkey, ruffed grouse, woodcock, waterfowl, and snowshoe hare hunting are popular in the fall. A wild turkey season in May offers the best turkey hunting in New England.
Few states can match the quality of a Northeast Kingdom hunt, which includes the magnificent scenery of the rugged Northeastern highlands. Private lands encompass 100,000 acres while the balance (159,154 acres) covers Wildlife Management Areas such as the Nulhegan Basin Division, Bill Sladyk WMA, and Groton State Park.
The free Hunting Guide Map, available from the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department, is invaluable in planning your hunt while the Vermont Outdoor Guides Association (VOGA) can help you with an unforgettable adventure.
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Here you can spot bear, moose, beavers, birds and more. Hunting and fishing are also allowed.