Information and Useful links

[fancy_header variation=”blue”]Boat ramps on the New York side of Lake Champlalin[/fancy_header]
Most of the public boat ramps in the state of New York are free. It tells if the ramp is concrete or not.

[fancy_link link=”http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/23897.html” target=”blank”]List of free boat ramps in New York state[/fancy_link]

[fancy_header variation=”green”]Boat ramps on the Vermont side of Lake Champlain[/fancy_header]
Most of the public boat ramps in the state of Vermont are free. It tells if the ramp is concrete or not.

[fancy_link link=”http://www.vtfishandwildlife.com/fish/boating_in_vermont/fishing_access_areas” target=”blank”]List of free boat ramps in Vermont state[/fancy_link]

[fancy_header variation=”red”]Water level[/fancy_header]
Important when navigating in areas where there is low level water, this tool tells if the water is lower than normal.

[fancy_link link=”http://waterdata.usgs.gov/vt/nwis/dv/?site_no=04294500&agency_cd=USGS&referred_module=sw” target=”blank”]View real-time lake water levels[/fancy_link]

 
[fancy_header variation=”copper”]Great Websites[/fancy_header]
[fancy_link link=”http://www.champlainbass.com/” target=”blank”]Champlainbass.com[/fancy_link]
[fancy_link link=”http://dbiceadventures.wordpress.com/” target=”blank”]D & B Ice Adventures’s Blog[/fancy_link]