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Category - Fishing

The Difference Between Steelhead & Rainbow Trout

Fishing

Rainbow Trout Vs. Steelhead – The Difference Genetically, Rainbow Trout and Steelhead are the same species, Oncorhynchus mykiss (O, mykiss), but both fish live vastly different lives. The most basic difference between both fish is quite simple; rainbow trout…

Ice Fishing Lake Winnipesaukee, NH

Fishing

Looking for some big lake trout? Lake Winnipesaukee is filled with a variety of species that can be targeted through the ice during the cold NH winter. Nights can bring you 10 plus pound cusk, deep pools can…

The Best Kayaks For Fishing

Fishing, Gear

Price Ranges: Under $500 Under $600 Under $1,000 Gone are the days when kayaking was just kayaking. People nowadays like to mix and match activities, like kayaking and fishing. As kayaks provide easy and relatively inexpensive access to…

Best Beginner Fly Rod Combo: The Top 5

Fishing, Gear

Fly fishing is an incredible sport that can be extremely rewarding, but also very expensive. This guide is meant to help those looking to get into fly fishing, find the right rod and reel setup. Orvis Fly Fishing…

Fly Fishing Pittsburg, NH – July 2017

Fishing

  Fishing Pittsburg was a success this year with tons of fish to the net, perfect weather and water levels.   Day 1 We left after work on Friday and headed up 93 until we hit a spot…

Fly Fishing in New Hampshire

Fishing

Fishing Seasons Big Rivers Mountain Streams Big Lakes Guides Ocean Types of Fish New Hampshire may not have the best fly fishing in the country, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t great fishing all around the state. With…

Fly Fishing White Mountains, NH

Fishing

The White Mountains of New Hampshire offer not only beautiful hiking, but also so great fly fishing. With many streams supporting native brook trout populations, a day in solidarity can also become an awesome fishing experience. Some of…

Fly Fishing the Lamprey River – Durham NH

Fishing

The Lamprey river is a 50 mile long river originating in Northwood, NH. It flows through several towns before it empties into Great Bay and eventually into the Piscataqua river. This is a local favorite for many as…

Native Brook Trout in NH

Fishing

Brook Trout In NH Brook Trout are native the New Hampshire, and thrive in various bodies of water. They are heavily stocked across NH’s lakes, ponds and rivers, but are often able to reproduce and sustain healthy populations.…