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February 22, 2008
Free Evening Fishing Talks Offered in Concord
CONCORD, N.H. -- Get inspired to try some new angling adventures this spring and summer at a series of evening talks by fishing experts at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department headquarters at 11 Hazen Drive in Concord. Programs begin at 7 p.m. Admission is free. No pre-registration is required. The series includes:
- March 5: Fly fishing New Hampshire's upper Connecticut River for trophy trout, featuring registered N.H. fishing guide Angus Boezeman. Known as the guru of the Connecticut River, Boezman has more than 25 years of experience fishing on this river; he will share his insights on fly fishing this famous fishery.
- March 12: Back-country trout fishing adventures, with registered N.H. fishing guide Rick Estes. There are still wild places to camp and fish in New Hampshire, and Estes will help you get there and back. As a guide in the White Mountain National Forest, Estes knows some great remote trout ponds. Find out what it takes to enjoy them the way the were meant to be -- wild!
- March 19: Downriggers and Trolling, with registered N.H. fishing guide Jason Parent and Travis Williams. A great chance to find out about equipment and techniques that can help you catch salmon all summer long.
- March 26: Smallmouth bass fishing on Lake Winnipesaukee, a guide's perspective, with registered N.H. fishing guide Curt Golder. Golder has guided on Winnipesaukee for over 20 years and in this talk, he'll share the skills for successful tactics for taking smallmouth bass all season long. Whether you're spin fishing or fly fishing, Golder shows you what, when and how to use this gear.
- April 2: Kayak fishing for all, by Shawn Roche of Mountain Road Trading Post North in Northwood, N.H. This complete seminar will get you ready to take on New Hampshire's scenic fisheries from a convenient, portable craft.
For more information on fishing in New Hampshire, and for online fishing license sales, click here.
The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is the guardian of the state's fish, wildlife and marine resources and their habitats.
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