Collaboration will save NH fishing economy

Local fisherman Jamie Hayward had this to say about the New Hampshire groundfish industry: “We are not going to bring it back unless we change some of what we do.”   Fisheries, and in particular the New Hampshire Fisheries, can always be improved upon. It is an issue that should always be addressed sooner rather […]

June 1st is Free Fishing Day in New Hampshire

Carter Brook trout

June 1st is Free Fishing Day in New Hampshire. Make plans with your family and friends to get out, enjoy the outdoors, and have some good old-fashioned fun with the sport of fishing. No fishing license is needed, and you can fish free in any of New Hampshire’s inland waters, whether you are a state […]

Hunting Trends

Hunting is becoming more and more popular among Americans and North Americans.  Hunting has always been a longstanding tradition and outdoor activity for Americans to participate in.  Recently, however, more and more efforts to get youths involved in hunting have been paying off. The statistics have increased and more money, time and resources have been […]

New Hampshire Residents Hunting and Fishing More

  New Hampshire already has a strong reputation as a great place to hunt, fish and participate in outdoor activities.  However, more research shows those number are on the rise as New Hampshire residents are participating more in fieldsmen activities.  The U.S Fish and Wildlife Service recently conducted a survey and saw an almost 20% […]