New Fishing Rules for 2012
- Dublin Lake (Dublin) trout daily bag limit increased from 3 fish to 5 fish.
- Perch Pond (Lisbon) changed from designated trout pond to general regulations. No closed season, ice fishing allowed, 2-trout bag limit through the ice.
- On the Connecticut River, the daily bag limit for black bass from January 1 to March 31 is now 2 fish, of which only one bass may be greater than 16 inches.
- On the NH/Mass. border waters, the daily bag limit for black bass from ice-in to ice-out is now 2 fish, of which only one bass may be greater than 16 inches.
- While anglers are being guided, as defined in RSA 207:1 XII and XIII, and taking freshwater fish by trolling, as defined in Definitions, the number of lines being used for angling shall not exceed the legal number of lines allowed for each angler, excluding the guide(s).
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