Reporting a deer

Vermont hunters who take deer, bear or turkeys must bring them to a reporting station within 48 hours. 

Vermont Big Game Reporting Stations

MONTPELIER, Vt. – Vermont hunters who take deer, bear or turkeys must bring them to a reporting station within 48 hours. 

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department keeps an updated list of big game reporting stations on their website (www.vtfishandwildlife.com) with a map showing their locations.  Here is a direct link to the map and list: https://tinyurl.com/y3k7esja.

Franklin County stations and wardens are listed below.

“Bringing your deer, bear or turkey to a reporting station is greatly appreciated because it enables us to collect important information on where and how many of them are taken during hunting seasons,” said Mark Scott, Vermont Fish & Wildlife’s director of wildlife, “and it also provides the opportunity to gather biological data at some of the locations during youth deer weekend and opening weekend of the November deer season.”

Franklin County State Wardens:

Josh Hungerford, Sheldon – 933-9313

Dustin Snyder, Fairfax – 279-9275

Matthew Thiel, Swanton – 868-6325

Deputy Wardens Zachary Roy, Fairfax – 881-8195

Scott Frennier, Fairfield – 849-9320

Franklin County Reporting Stations

#338 Montgomery Jolley, Montgomery – 326-4104

Ste. Marie's, Inc., Swanton – 868-3538

Back Country Sports, St. Albans – 782-8270

Franklin General Store, Franklin – 285-2033

Fletcher General, Fletcher – 849-6292

Georgia Market, Georgia – 527-1100 M&R

Guns & Ammo, Highgate Center – 868-4288

Pop-A-Top Redemption, Richford – 370-0066

The Village Deli & Market, Bakersfield – 827-6155

West Enosburg Country Store, LLC, Enosburg Falls – 933-5001

Wetherby's Quick Stop, Inc., Richford – 848-3550

Michelle Monroe is the executive editor of the St. Albans Messenger. To contact her email mmonroe@samessenger.com.

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