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Trout Streams of Northern New England: A Guide to the Best Fly-Fishing in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine, First Edition
Trout Streams of Northern New England: A Guide to the Best Fly-Fishing in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine, First Edition
by David Klausmeyer
Paperback from Countryman Press
ISBN: 0881504629

Northern New England is known for its many beautiful lakes, rivers, and steams - and for outstanding fly-fishing. from Vermont's Battenkill, to the headwaters of the mighty Connecticut in New Hampshire, to the Kennebec and Penobscot Rivers in Maine, David Klausmeyer has investigated the far reaches of northern New England to recommend the very best fly-fishing for trout and landlocked salmon. With his years of experience as a researcher, writer, and editor for several national fly-fishing magazines, Klausmeyer knows what to look for in a trout stream, where to find the best stretches of water and avoid crowds, and most importantly, what every angler needs from a good guide. Features of book include descriptions of the best waters and little-known tributaries worth exploring, and recommendations on local hatches and fly patterns, as well as detailed access directions and listing of local fly-fishing shops.
 
Flyfisher s Guide to New England Coast: Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine (Flyfishers Guide) (Flyfisher s Guides)
Flyfisher's Guide to New England Coast: Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine (Flyfishers Guide) (Flyfisher's Guides)
by Tom Keer
Paperback from Wilderness Adventures Press
ISBN: 1932098755

The Flyfisher's Guide to the New England Coast: Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine is the most comprehensive guide ever written on the innumerable fishing opportunities in this beautiful area of the country. Nationally known writer and angler Tom Keer guides the reader along the entire coastline, including all bays, coves, jetties, tributaries, peninsulas, and islands. Every nook and cranny is covered. Keer covers the seasons, fish species, light tackle, flies, boats, tactics, forage fish, and includes a smattering of the history. Few know the ins and outs of this water better, and even fewer can put it on paper as eloquently as Keer. Dozens of maps detail every access point, boat launch, water feature and depth, giving rookie and veteran anglers alike all the information required to have the times of their lives hammering the big fish available in these waters. From stripers to sharks and everything in between, this is the must-read guide for fishing the coast, from Rhode Island to Main.
 
New Hampshire Fishing Maps
by Charlton J. Swasey, Donald A. Wilson
Paperback from Delorme
ISBN: 0899330401

Combines the best of The Granite State's lakes, ponds, rivers and streams in one volume. Detailed two-color maps and writeups give the lowdown on more than 100 prime fishing spots. A special section highlights Great Bay and its tributaries. Directory gives location and species for over 1000 additional lakes, ponds, and streams. 112 pages.

 
Fishing in New Hampshire: A History (New Hampshire Fishing Series)
by Jack Noon
Hardcover from Moose Country Press
ISBN: 1893863026
 
Flyfisher s Guide to Northern New England: Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine (The Wilderness Adventures Flyfisher s Guide Series)
Flyfisher's Guide to Northern New England: Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine (The Wilderness Adventures Flyfisher's Guide Series)
by Steve Hickoff, Rhey Plumley
Paperback from Wilderness Adventures Pr
ISBN: 1885106475

This is the best book on flyfishing in New England-bar none. Whether your target is landlocked or migratory Atlantic salmon, striped or smallmouth bass, brook trout, or even rainbow and brown trout, this book should be included in your travel bag. The authors lead you through a detailed description of all major waters in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. Content includes timing of seasonal trout, bass, and salmon runs, suggested flies, site-specific maps and area hatch charts. Finally, what Northeast anglers have been waiting for, a comprehensive guide to flyfishing opportunities in the great northeast.

 
Tight Lines: The Best Trout and Bass Fishing in Massachusetts and New Hampshire
Tight Lines: The Best Trout and Bass Fishing in Massachusetts & New Hampshire
by Roger Aziz
Paperback from AnEx Publications
ISBN: 0971177422
 
The Bassing of New Hampshire: How Black Bass Came to the Granite State
The Bassing of New Hampshire: How Black Bass Came to the Granite State
by Jack Noon
Paperback from Moose Country Press
ISBN: 096422139X

In 1866 the New Hampshire legislature authorized the governor to appoint two commissioners on fisheries. The commissioners were to work towards restoring salmon and shad to the Merrimack River and the Connecticut River, but were also ^Sauthorized to introduce into our waters as they may deem best suited therefor, the spawn of the black-bass, land-locked salmon, and other varieties.^T

Private efforts brought the first bass to the state -- to Rust Pond in Wolfeboro. The commissioners on fisheries began their bass stocking program in 1868. By 1880 they had introduced bass into over 140 New Hampshire lakes and ponds.

The Bassing of New Hampshire chronicles the spread of bass throughout the state: their growing popularity, impact on native fish species, and influence on public attitudes as sport fishing emerged from earlier subsistence and commercial practices. The chapters on Sunapee, Winnipesaukee, Squam, Newfound, and Umbagog span the range of bass developments from 1868 to the present day. Two famous New Hampshire fishermen, Daniel Webster and Grover Cleveland, are also featured.

Granite State fishermen will find much of interest in this book. Many details and accounts have been pulled from obscurity. Linked together, they resurrect an important part of the state^Rs long-buried fishing past. More than 100 illustrations have been selected from a variety of nineteenth century and early twentieth century sources and include landscape engravings, old-time lures, rods, and reels, and other artwork of interest to fishermen. Historians will appreciate the footnotes, extensive bibliography, and index.

This is a book that belongs in the collection of every New Hampshire fisherman as well as others who are interested in the history of bass.

 
Trout Streams of Southern New England: An Angler s Guide to the Watersheds of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island (Trout Streams)
Trout Streams of Southern New England: An Angler's Guide to the Watersheds of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island (Trout Streams)
by Tom Fuller
Paperback from Countryman Press
ISBN: 088150470X

A complete new guide--the first of its kind--to the best fly-fishing in the streams, lakes, and ponds of southern New England.
Within the confines of southern New England there are more trout streams, rivers, lakes, and ponds than any one angler can fully appreciate in a lifetime. The variety of waters in itself is quite astonishing, as is their fertility and ability to sustain trout year-round. This variety and fertility belies the conventional wisdom--namely, that southern New England contains only marginal trout waters, and that they are overcrowded and overfished. It is, in fact, a fly-fisher's delight, with well-protected watersheds, stocked rivers, and stretches of pristine, wild streams. No matter where you stand in southern New England, Tom Fuller can guarantee that you are within 15 miles of one of the exceptional trout waters described in his new book. He guides anglers to every recommended trout water--over 130 streams and rivers in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island--making this the most comprehensive guide available. In addition, you'll find thorough, expertly researched access directions and up-to-date information on regulations and stream conditions. Nineteen maps detail the major rivers; and Fuller also gives advice on patterns to match the hatches and a chart showing insect emergence dates. The only trout-fishing guide to this region, it covers 19 major watersheds with over 130 waters described.

 
Trout and Salmon Fishing in Northern New England: A Guide to Selected Waters in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts
by Al Raychard
Paperback from North Country Pr
ISBN: 0896210685
 
Hatch Guide for New England Streams
Hatch Guide for New England Streams
by Thomas Ames Jr.
Paperback from Frank Amato Publications
ISBN: 1571882103
 
Ponds & Lakes of the White Mountains: A Four-Season Guide for Hikers and Anglers
by Steven D. Smith
Paperback from Countryman Pr

Trout Streams of Northern New England: A Guide to the Best Fly-Fishing in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine
by David Klausmeyer
Listed under Fishing Northeast

Flyfisher's Guide to Northern New England: Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine (The Wilderness Adventures Flyfisher's Guide Series)
by Steve Hickoff, Rhey Plumley
Listed under Fishing Northeast

New Hampshire Fishing Maps
by Charlton J. Swasey, Donald A. Wilson, Delorme
Paperback from DeLorme Publishing

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Fishing in New Hampshire: A History (New Hampshire Fishing Series)
by Jack Noon
Hardcover from Moose Country Pr

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