Great Meredith Rotary Fishing Derby draws ice fishermen in droves

MEREDITH — As the sun began to set and the temperature dropped to 16 degrees Saturday afternoon, Continue reading


Get your bobhouse off the ice by April 1st!

All bobhouses, or ice shanties, must be removed from the ice by the end of the day on April 1, according to state Continue reading

Shore Land Protection Moratorium?

Less than one year after its passage, the New Hampshire Senate is already considering a moratorium on the Comprehensive Shore land Protection Act.

Legislators has heard testimony on Senate Bill 139-FN and will discuss the moratorium in an executive session early this month.  Continue reading



Written by Pat Rollins from the Citizen.  When I ran into my buddy Bob the other day he’d just come off the lake after a day of fishing with his two sons. I asked the young boys how they did and both of them looked at me with a big smile and started telling me about all the fun they had fishing on Lake Winnipesaukee with their dad. Continue reading

50-foot rule for shore owners

Thousands of shorefront property owners and builders across the state are on a crash course to understand a new permit system that goes into effect tomorrow.

Effective July 1, a state shoreland permit is required for Continue reading

Trout For Successful Fishing!

Article Date: Friday, June 6, 2008

New Hampton Fish and Game Inland Fisheries Superintendent Randy Ayers weighs year-old brook trout that will be stocked at local streams and ponds.

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Just in time for summer, the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is wrapping up its annual stocking of rivers, streams, ponds and lakes with several kinds Continue reading

Preparing For Another Boating Season From Lake Winnipesaukee To The Seacoast

The ice is gone and the warm weather has arrived, which means summer is coming. And to get ready for the boating season there are a few preparations Marine Patrol is making to do just that. Continue reading