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Fall Outdoor Adventure Talks Coming Up at Fish and Game

Mark Beauchesne: (603) 271-3211
Jane Vachon: (603) 271-3211

August 24, 2016

CONCORD, N.H. -- Get primed for fall hunting seasons and more at a series of outdoor adventure talks being offered on Wednesday evenings this fall at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord, N.H.  The talks begin at 7 p.m.  Admission is free.  No pre-registration is required. Featured topics include:


September 14, 2016: Managing New Hampshire’s Furbearers:  Learn about modern trapping techniques used for wildlife management, species re-introductions, biological sampling, management and property protection. This seminar brings together expert biologists and professional trappers to explore trapping, an activity highly regulated by Fish and Game. With Wildlife Biologist Pat Tate and professional trappers Jeff Traynor and Robert Levasseur.


September 21, 2016: Duck Hunting 101:  Wes Reed started waterfowl hunting in the 1980s and soon realized the value of a well-trained retriever.  Today he and his family run Rise and Shine Retrievers, a retriever breeding and training facility in Center Barnstead, NH.  Reed will explain decoy tricks, successful calling tactics, choosing the right gun and loads, identifying ducks, and more.


September 28, 2016: Let’s Go Goose Hunting:  Avid waterfowler Sean Langton has hunted divers, sea ducks and geese throughout the Northeast. His talk will help you bring home a goose this season. Langton will explain tactics such as the use of ground blinds versus hedge row hunting, when to use decoys, playing the wind, and calling in geese.


October 5, 2016:  Deer Hunting Basics:  Dave Priebe, a Hunter Education Instructor and experienced deer hunter, presents need-to-know information for getting started in deer hunting. This session is ideal for new and apprentice hunters.


October 12, 2016: Hunting Dominant Bucks:  Dave Priebe returns help increase your odds of locating and harvesting a dominant whitetail buck this fall. The key is understanding the phases of male whitetail deer breeding and behavior. This talk is highly recommended for both new and seasoned hunters.


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