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DOA VT Outfitters - Bennington, VT, US

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Outfitter: DOA VT Outfitters

Outfitters Summary: DOA Outfitters started out as a small part time family owned and operated outfitting business and has grown to become the premier Big Game and Waterfowling destination on the East coast and Midwest because of two things. Personal one on one customer service and great experiences on their hunts with the absolute best water fowling action on the East Coast.

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Vermont Hunting

Vermont is known as the Green Mountain State and offers some excellent hunting. They have healthy populations of whitetail deer, black bear, turkey, elk, and more! If you are looking for an exciting hunt in the Northeast, Vermont offers an array of opportunities to score that trophy you are looking for.

 

The Vermont bear population is robust with an estimated 5,400-7,700 animals. They may be hunted with dogs and taken by gun or archery. In 2010, 537 black bear were harvested in Vermont.

 

Turkey is one of Vermont’s greatest conservation success stories. Turkey now total between 50,000 to 60,000 and are seen throughout the state. In 2010 spring season, 5,486 turkey were bagged. In the fall 2010 season, 1,391 turkey were taken in VT.

 

Whitetail deer is important to the state of Vermont and this importance can be seen since it is incorporated on their state seal. Deer are found throughout the state. In 2010, 15,523 whitetail were taken (the weather was less than ideal for the fall season). Over ½ of these whitetail deer were antlered bucks.

 

Vermont moose are seen in the Northeast Kingdom and the Green Mountain Region. Moose prefer wetlands in summer. Their habitat is swamp areas, lakes, and fir and birch forests. Moose are hunted in Vermont by the permit lottery system. In 2010, 488 were taken and 60% of these were bulls. 

 

Small game is offered in Vermont such as rabbits, squirrels, and snowshoe hares. Rabbits are mostly found in the southwestern foothills and the Champlain Valley. Hares can be found statewide but are abundant in the Green Mountains and the Northeast Kingdom. Squirrels are seen in the southwestern foothills, Champlain Valley and along the Connecticut River in the eastern foothills of Vermont.

 

The best areas for Vermont waterfowl includes the Champlain Valley, Northeast Kingdom, and along Lake Memphremagog. Canadian geese, snow geese, mallards, woodducks, and greenwing teal can also be hunted and are found in shallow marshes, beaver flows, ponds, and rivers. Trapping is also a sport found in Vermont. You may trap bobcat, fisher, coyote, beaver, otter, raccoon, muskrat and mink. Types of traps allowable and harvest limits will need to be checked at the time of trapping.

 

When applying for a license you will need to provide a previous hunting license from your state or a hunter education certificate. The “Green Mountain State” will make you envious of their animals, so apply for a hunt there! 

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