Mount Holly; Rutland County
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Star Lake WMA is a 92-acre parcel of land owned by the State of Vermont and managed by the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department. The WMA can be accessed from Teer Road.
Star Lake WMA is forested with a mix of red maple, yellow birch, red spruce and balsam fir. The WMA contains a hardwood ridge, approximately 792 feet of lake frontage and wetlands associated with Star Lake. The mix of habitat supports a diversity of wildlife including white-tailed deer, red fox, black bear, snowshoe hare and moose. Ruffed grouse, woodcock and turkey are found here as well. A number of reptiles and amphibians can be found in the wetlands and the lake supports populations of golden shiners, bullhead catfish, pumpkinseed, rainbow trout and largemouth bass.
Recreation on the WMA is dominated by dispersed fish and wildlife-based activities including hunting, fishing and trapping as well as wildlife viewing and hiking/walking.
- Information on hunting, fishing and trapping in Vermont
- Authorized and Prohibited Activities on Fish & Wildlife Lands