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Fishing is a sport that is generally associated with fishing rods, nets or spears to catch fish for food or as a recreational activity also known as “angling”. It is done on waters that contain suitable species to be caught in fresh, brackish and salt water. The equipment used to fish varies considerably depending on the method of angling employed. Fishing can be done from boats, bridges, piers and from the shore and is a world-wide sport as well as an important way of providing subsistence food for human consumption.

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Great Bay in Newington, N.H. is a fantastic fishery for the sea smelt

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While there are literally countless places to fish and enjoy tremendous success in the state of Maine....
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Posted In ME MA NH RI Hotspots on Friday, February 22nd 2019
Great Bay in Newington, N.H. is a fantastic fishery for the sea smelt
Posted In ME MA NH RI Hotspots on Friday, February 22nd 2019
While the states of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont may brag on their trout and salmon lakes, and rightly so I might add, Massachusetts has its own offering to add to the list, Wachusett Reservoir.
Posted In ME MA NH RI Hotspots on Friday, February 22nd 2019
An experience not too many months ago showed me that introducing kids to the outdoors was a lot like training up puppies.
Posted In ME MA NH RI Hotspots on Friday, February 22nd 2019
The Swift River in Belchertown, Mass. is a crystal clear river that presents a common problem with many of the better trout waters of New England.
Posted In ME MA NH RI Hotspots on Thursday, February 21st 2019
The most significant feature of New Hampshire’s coastline without a doubt would be the very northernmost tip...
Posted In ME MA NH RI Hotspots on Thursday, February 21st 2019