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News from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department

Contact us at www.wildnh.com/about/contact.html
For information and online licenses, visit www.wildnh.com



Fish and Game Stocks New Hampshire’s Remote Ponds with Trout


CONTACT:

Jason Smith, Inland Fisheries Chief: 603-271-2501
Jay Martin: 603-271-3211

June 3, 2020



CONCORD, NH – The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department completed its annual aerial stocking of remote trout ponds today. Fish and Game contracts for a helicopter to stock remote ponds across the Granite State, from the Sunapee Region to Pittsburg. During this one-day event, nearly 50 remote ponds are stocked with brook trout fingerlings from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s hatcheries to ensure residents and visitors enjoy a successful remote fishing experience.

The stocking of remote ponds in the back country of New Hampshire provides a unique angling opportunity for people seeking a true wilderness experience. Serene remote ponds not only produce beautiful brook trout and increased catch rates but they also offer the outdoor enthusiast an opportunity for wildlife viewing, hiking, camping, or just simple solitude. Many of these remote ponds are located off popular hiking trails.

As with any hiking trip, always follow safe hiking guidelines. To learn more, visit:

www.hikesafe.com

Brook trout that have spent all winter under the ice become voracious as the first insects start to hatch, and fishing with small nymphs can be exciting for anglers. With water temperature increases slowed by a cool and delayed spring this year, June and July should feature abundant mayfly hatches and provide outstanding surface action.

Fish stocked last June will have reached 5-6 inches in most areas, with 2-year-olds reaching 8 inches or more, and 3-year-olds often reaching 10 or more inches. In fact, the fishing in these picturesque remote ponds is one of New Hampshire’s best-kept angling secrets.

A few of these remote ponds are designated as “special regulations only,” so be sure to check the regulations for specific waterbodies prior to your trip.

To see the entire list of stocked remote ponds, visit: www.fishnh.com/fishing/trout-aerial.html

All anglers should include a few “fishing holes” in their plans for the day this season as some locations may be crowded. To increase your chances of success, and to maintain the recommended six feet of social distancing between people, it may be necessary to get your line in the water at an alternate destination.

Aerial trout stocking is made possible through fishing license sales and Federal Sportfish Restoration dollars.





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