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Bear Hunting

New Hampshire’s bear hunters can take advantage of three seasons: stalking (“general”), dog season, and baiting season. Bears are found statewide, with the highest densities in central N.H. and the White Mountains.
Bear Hunting

Page Through the Digital Edition

Read the entire 2015-2016 New Hampshire Hunting guide online! Our unique digital edition allows you to page through the entire guide, just as if you were reading the magazine.
Page Through the Digital Edition

Where Can I Hunt In NH

In New Hampshire, we are fortunate that all state, federal, municipal, county, and private land is considered open to hunting unless it is posted against hunting. But remember—hunting is a privilege granted by the landowner...
Where Can I Hunt In NH

Turkey Hunting

Wild turkeys in New Hampshire are a wildlife restoration success story. The state now offers generous spring and fall turkey hunting opportunities, as well as a special youth hunt. The highest concentration of turkeys is in the Connecticut River Valley..
Turkey Hunting

New Hampshire Hunting & Trapping Digest

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