The trout don't care about COVID-19, and Vermont's trout season is now open.
"Fortunately, fishing qualifies as permissible under the governor's rules. The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department asks anglers to continue to practice social distancing when fishing. In a press release, Fish & Wildlife said anglers should refrain from driving together to fishing spots and maintain at least 6 feet of distance from other people. That means that unless you're fishing with people who live in your home with you, the limit is probably two people per boat. Anglers should be scattered along the shore when fishing from the bank."
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