Lake Champlain Fishing Map

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Fishing Hot Spots Map is a waterproof, high definition fishin map. Its full of tips and techniques, rules, regs, guidelines, access, GPS,'s packed with very practical information, including topography below the waterline and over 120 fishing points of interest. Tear-resistant.  24" x 36".  Arrives folded, but can be rolled.

Three Hot Spot Fishing maps cover all of Lake Champlain. Choose the one you want in the box above. The Northern map, above image, begins above the Canadian border and covers to South Hero Island. The Central map covers Cumberland Head to Split Rock. The Southern map covers Vergennes to Ticonderoga.

Hero's Welcome is an Official sponsor of the Lake Champlain International Bass Fishing Derby (LCI).  Thousands compete from across the USA for big money, boats, fame and prizes. 

We are the ONLY official weigh-station on the islands during the 3-day derby.  So, we meet lots of fishermen, and witness the formidable array of catches they bring in...record weights in Lake Trout, Large and Small Mouth Bass, Landlocked Salmon, Pike, Walleye, Perch and others.



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  • 5
    terrific, detailed reference

    Posted by Kristen B on Nov 27th 2023

    Love having this displayed at home-it is used often!

  • 4

    Posted by William on Mar 26th 2018

    I make a trip to the lake every couple of years from PA. Having a detailed map is a ncessesity. I bout y first maps from Hero's Welcome when I first visited Champlain years ago. They did me well, I'm sure these will last another 10.

  • 5
    Excellent map & fishing info

    Posted by gary on Apr 26th 2017

    I haven't been on the water yet to verify the accuracy of the map, but during map study, I'm quite happy with it. It's a high quality map on water resistant paper and shows the level of detail I need. The size of the buoy markers is a bit small, however, and can be hard to find - especially if you're using the map on the water.