New Hampshire Hunting News

New Hampshire Deer CWD Free
New Hampshire's white-tailed deer population once again showed no evidence of chronic wasting disease (CWD), based on monitoring data gathered during the 2006 hunting season.
New Hampshire Boy Injured While Turkey Hunting
A 15-year-old boy hunting for turkeys with his older brother, age 25, was wounded by birdshot from a third hunter on May 3, 2007.
New Hampshire WILD Day Saturday April 21
If you're looking for some fun and a chance to learn about New Hampshire's amazing wildlife and outdoor opportunities, head over to New Hampshire Fish and Game headquarters on Hazen Drive in Concord for Discover WILD New Hampshire Day this Saturday, April 21. Admission is free.
New Hampshire Turkey Hunting Seminar
A free workshop covering the basics of hunting wild turkeys is being offered by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department on Saturday, April 14, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Owl Brook Hunter Education Center on Perch Pond Road in Holderness.
New Hampshire Moose Lottery Applications Available
Lottery applications are now available for the adventure of a lifetime -- hunting moose in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire Fish and Game Budget
In his inaugural address on January 4, Governor Lynch laid out his plans for the state for the next two years. He spoke briefly about clean air, clean water, protecting state parks and recommitting ourselves to the LCHIP - but no mention of the value of fish, wildlife and habitat resources or the need to conserve those resources.
New Hampshire Deer Harvest Highest in Recent Years
New Hampshire's estimated 2006 hunter harvest of 11,745 deer was the highest in recent years and, when verified, will likely be the highest kill since 1997, said New Hampshire Fish and Game Department wildlife biologist and Deer Project Leader Kent Gustafson.
New Hampshire Fish and Game in Need of Funding
Something everyone has a stake in, the future of our state's wildlife and wild places, is at risk. The guardian of these resources, the N.H. Fish and Game Department, will be out of money soon, unless its antiquated funding structure is changed.
New Hampshire Moose Hunters Have 52 Percent Success Rate
As of October 25, a total of 353 moose had been taken in the 2006 New Hampshire moose hunt (229 bulls and 124 cows), meaning 52 percent of hunters holding moose permits had succeeded.
New Hampshire Sets Public Hearings for Wildlife Rule Changes
Proposed wildlife rule changes will be the topic of public hearings that will be held by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department . . .