Use of Public Waters Rules
Adopted on February 2, 1999, the Vermont Use of Public Waters
Rules cover everything (and we mean everything) from loon
nesting site restrictions to specific rules for every lake,
pond and reservoir in the state.
Lakes and Ponds
Speaking of Vermont lakes and ponds, this site also lists
every one in the state and offers information such as the
size, basin size, maximum depth, elevation and kinds of fish
present in each. Ever wonder what the deepest lake in the
state is? That would be Memphremagog, at 351 feet.
Data for Vermont: Streamflow
If rivers are more your thing, stop in here to find flow and
height stats for rivers in Vermont and New Hampshire. They
also provide information on other water bodies, such as lakes
and ground water.
States Weekly Precipitation
And what causes a river's flow and height to rise or fall.
Precipitation (well, and dams I suppose). This Intellicast
site can give you an idea of how much rain has fallen across
the United States in the past week. Not a great yardstick,
but you can get a rough idea of how the waterways in a given
region may be fairing.