New Hampshire Hunting News

New Hampshire Moose Deadline May 28th
Want a chance to hunt moose in New Hampshire this fall? Then get your application in for the 2010 New Hampshire Moose Hunt Lottery by Friday, May 28, 2010! That's the deadline to enter to win one of 395 New Hampshire moose hunting permits.
New Hampshire Offers "Inside Turkey Hunting" Workshop
Get ready for a great spring gobbler season by coming to a free Wednesday evening talk on turkey hunting at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, 11 Hazen Drive in Concord, N.H.
New Hampshire Offers Free Speaker Series
Get ready for a great season of fishing, turkey hunting and paddling with the free Wednesday night speaker series taking place from March 24 throughApril 28 at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord, N.H.
New Hampshire Hunter Ed Class List Available Now
Don't miss opening day of your favorite hunting season because you didn't get the Hunter Education certification class you needed. Now is the time to register online for Hunter and Bowhunter Education classes so you can get your license and head for the woods!
New Hampshire Bobcat Study in Cheshire County
If you observe the persistent presence of a bobcat on your property in Cheshire County, New Hampshire Fish and Game would like to hear from you.
New Hampshire Moose Hunters Have Successful Season
As of Wednesday, October 21, a total of 265 moose had been taken in the 2009 New Hampshire moose hunt (158 bulls and 107 cows). That means that just over half (51%) of hunters holding moose permits had succeeded by the mid-way point in the state's moose hunt, very similar to the hunter success rate at this point in the moose season last year. The nine-day season ran through Sunday, October 25, 2009.
Lucky New Hampshire Moose Hunters Head Out Oct. 17th
For nine exciting days, from October 17 to 25, 2009, lucky moose permit holders and their hunting partners will have the experience of a lifetime taking part in New Hampshire's annual moose hunt.
Possible Mtn Lion in New Hampshire
The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department reported that one of its staff members, following up on a routine report of a mountain lion sighting, saw what is believed to be a mountain lion in a rural area of Barnstead, N.H.
New Hampshire Offers Online Hunter Education
There's a whole new way to take Hunter Education in New Hampshire -- with a computer! The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is now offering a basic Hunter Education course online, for those who simply prefer learning at their own pace.
New Hampshire Unit M Permits Now Available
Hunters who want the chance to take an additional antlerless deer in Wildlife Management Unit M in southeastern New Hampshire during the fall hunting seasons can buy a special permit from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department.