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  • The Lake Champlain Walleye Association was founded by a small group of         local fisherman in reaction to the rapidly declining Walleye population in the Lake Champlain Basin. In the early 1980’s this small group of individuals formed the association and began the important task of         creating a Walleye restoration program in Lake Champlain.
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    • The group became active and began to raise Walleye Fry in ponds to produce Fingerlings for stocking. Realizing that the State of Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department should be         involved the group became politically active. As a result of their political actions a legislative mandate was issued that there would be a Walleye restoration plan by Vermont Fish & Wildlife. The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department in conjunction with LCWA created the first five year  Walleye Plan. Since that time enormous progress has taken place. Please take the time to review the program descriptions here on our website you will see how much has been accomplished.
      • LCWA was incorporated in 1984 as a non-profit and received a 501 C-3 federal status in 1994. LCWA is an all volunteer organization. We have no paid staff and rely solely on our membership for all of our accomplishments. We welcome your participation.  If you would like to participate in the Walleye restoration effort, please contact one of our Officers or Directors listed on this site.
        • We will make every effort to keep current and useful information available to you.