The Woodstock Inn & Resort
Vermont's Woodstock Inn & Resort is an ideal venue for your next Orvis fly-fishing adventure.
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At the Resort:
At the Woodstock Inn & Resort, authentic New England craftsmanship greets guests at every turn, seamlessly combining a charming bed and breakfast experience with elegant and personalized touches. Guest rooms feature beautiful artwork and amenities, while our historic lodging property encourages guests to explore the abundant and interesting history of the Resort. For the very dedicated angler, we even have a uniquely-designed Collection Guestroom where fly fishing memorabilia adorn the walls and today's maps are ready to share the best fishing spots with you. Combine this with the tranquility of our Forbes 4-Star rated Spa, beautiful 18-hole golf course, expansive Athletic Club, mountain biking, hiking in the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park and surrounding area, authentic working farm, organic vegetable and flower gardens, New England Falconry, and quaint village full of shops, dining, and gorgeous hiking views to create a luxury getaway that you can find only at the Woodstock Inn & Resort.
Food & Drink:
The Resort has two year-round restaurants. The Red Rooster offers a farm-to-table breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as bar seating and cocktail service. Richardson's Tavern offers cocktail service from a full bar with fabulous local and craft brews and Vermont pub-style dinner. During the summer months the Fairway Grill features lunch fare and classic cocktails set above the beautiful golf course, or join us for an incredible farm-to-table dinner on select summer dates at our stunningly renovated Red Barns that sit among our 3.5-acre organic Kelly Way Gardens.
What is Provided:
Our all-inclusive trips really are just that. All you have to do is come with the clothing you need for fishing. Your guide will have a full stock of Orvis fly rods and reels, vests, waders, flies, lines, leaders, and tippets you will need. With all of that said, please feel free to bring your favorite rod and equipment. The guides are more than happy to accommodate. Full-day trips include a lunch with beverages.
Our guides will outfit you with all the Orvis fishing gear you will need, however feel free to bring your own equipment if you prefer. For both our lessons and excursions, we recommend you bring clothing for fishing and local weather (we advise layers, a raincoat and lightweight gloves), a hat, polarized sunglasses (for protection during casting class and guided trips), insect repellent, and sunscreen.
What to Bring:
We recommend you bring a water bottle, extra clothing layers, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, bug repellent, and a camera to document your big catch!
We typically fish April-October, however certain year-round options for lessons and excursions are available (weather permitting).
Springtime and fall bring the best trout fishing in the area. When the weather and water warms up in July and August, we tend to move to the small brooks and streams and target some warm-weather species like bass and panfish.
- Brown trout
- Brook trout
- Rainbow trout
- Smallmouth bass
The White River
Trips available year-round on this nearby (20-minute drive) large river with some challenging and deep waters.
The Black River
Trips available year-round and only a 30-minute drive to this medium-sized river where prize rainbow and brown trout can be found.
Small Rivers and Brooks:
The Ottauquechee River
The Ottauquechee River flows through town and is a fun river to learn in and explore.
The Kedron Brook
The Kedron Brook runs right through the town of Woodstock and has wonderful pools that make it worthy of exploration.
The Barnard Brook
The Barnard Brook is a quick drive to beautiful waters where, in the summer months, we cast for wild fish.
Other Nearby Brooks and Streams:
These beautiful ponds offer trout and bass in a beautiful setting. Our guides will be available to give you tips as you cast from shore or in one of our Clacka-Craft drift boats.
Early spring weather can be chilly (40-50 degrees F), and the waters run cold with snowmelt. Dress in layers and bring a raincoat. Summers are typically sunny, and temperatures range from 65-85 daily, sunscreen is important! Fall cools down again, but the sun can warm up to 75 during the day so dress in layers. Winters are cold and thermal layers are important if you head out on the waters. Temperatures do not usually get above 35 degrees.
- Shop Vermont's only Orvis Authorized Dealer, located inside the resort's Activity Center: https://www.woodstockinn.com/woodstock-inn-resort-fly-fishing-shop
- Book our Fly Fishing Package and enjoy luxurious accommodations at the Woodstock Inn & Resort.
- Please see our Resort FAQs: www.woodstockinn.com/resort-faqs
The Activity Center at the Woodstock Inn & Resort is home to all things adventure and recreation! In addition to our Orvis Endorsed Fly-Fishing, we offer hands-on falconry experiences, mountain biking on miles of nearby trails, 18 holes of championship golf at our Woodstock Country Club, and use of our 42,000 sq. foot Athletic Club with 12 tennis courts, an indoor pool and fitness classes. Explore the resort’s organic Kelly Way Gardens, meet farm animals at Billings Farm & Museum, hike through the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park, tour the town on complimentary cruiser bikes, or relax in our world-class spa. When the snow flies, hit the trails on alpine and Nordic skis or try ice fishing! https://www.woodstockinn.com/activity-center
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