Vermont Guides Since 1998

Otter Creek

Local Waters

Otter Creek

Rutland, VT, United States

The Otter Creek is an amazingly diverse system which starts in the southern part of the state draining off the Green Mountains and flows generally north thru Rutland, Middlebury, and Vergennes before entering Lake Champlain.  The head waters of the Otter Creek and its many smaller tributaries might just feel like heaven.  As the river runs it course and gains size it only gets better.  Trout abound all the way through Middlebury and mix with bass and pike in the bigger sections of river.  Downstream of Vergennes the river connects to Lake Champlain and offers access to tremendous warm water species.

Hourly Forecast

  • 7AM
    33oFTemp
    0 mph(W) mph Wind
  • 8AM
    31oFTemp
    1 mph(W) mph Wind
  • 9AM
    30oFTemp
    2 mph(W) mph Wind
  • 10AM
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  • 12PM
    33oFTemp
    3 mph(WNW) mph Wind
  • 1PM
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    4 mph(WNW) mph Wind
  • 2PM
    38oFTemp
    6 mph() mph Wind
  • 3PM
    40oFTemp
    7 mph(NW) mph Wind
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    7 mph(NW) mph Wind
  • 6PM
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    7 mph(NW) mph Wind
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  • 9PM
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    45oFTemp
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    6 mph(NW) mph Wind
  • 12AM
    40oFTemp
    5 mph(NNW) mph Wind
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    3 mph(NW) mph Wind
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    5 mph(NW) mph Wind
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    42oFTemp
    6 mph(NNW) mph Wind
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    6 mph() mph Wind
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    44oFTemp
    4 mph() mph Wind
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    41oFTemp
    3 mph() mph Wind
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    2 mph(NNE) mph Wind
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    2 mph(NNE) mph Wind
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    34oFTemp
    2 mph(NNE) mph Wind
  • 4AM
    33oFTemp
    1 mph(NE) mph Wind
  • 5AM
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    0 mph(E) mph Wind
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Sun
04/22
Clear throughout the day.
50oF
High
28oF
Low
3 mph (NNW)
Wind
Mon
04/23
Partly cloudy overnight.
58oF
High
30oF
Low
2 mph (SSW)
Wind
Tue
04/24
Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
62oF
High
30oF
Low
6 mph (SSW)
Wind
Wed
04/25
Light rain until afternoon.
55oF
High
39oF
Low
2 mph (ESE)
Wind
Thu
04/26
Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
53oF
High
38oF
Low
4 mph (NE)
Wind
Fri
04/27
Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
55oF
High
41oF
Low
3 mph (S)
Wind

Current

  • 818 cfs Flow
  • 3.54 ft Gauge Height
Data recorded at 02:45:00 AM on April,21 OTTER CREEK AT CENTER RUTLAND, VT
Previous 7 Day Water Data
FriApril,20 846 cfs Flow 3.59 ft Gauge Height N/AWater Temp
ThuApril,19 922 cfs Flow 3.72 ft Gauge Height N/AWater Temp
WedApril,18 1050 cfs Flow 3.94 ft Gauge Height N/AWater Temp
TueApril,17 1370 cfs Flow 4.49 ft Gauge Height N/AWater Temp
MonApril,16 1100 cfs Flow 4.03 ft Gauge Height N/AWater Temp
SunApril,15 1050 cfs Flow 3.94 ft Gauge Height N/AWater Temp
SatApril,14 1350 cfs Flow 4.46 ft Gauge Height N/AWater Temp

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