New Hampshire is fortunate to have a very innovative Fish and Game Department. Their website has much to offer the angler. One of the most progressive features on the website are lake maps. The maps are not intended for navigation but will direct you to deep sections in the lake or pond and what types of fish can be found in the water body. Visit this link for lake maps. On our website we have a quick page view that will give you the fish type and the lake it is located in along with some boat launches on Winnipesaukee. Match Fish to Lakes in this Link Use this page in conjunction with the NH Fish and Game website to save time in locating a new lake to try out. If you're interested in river and stream fishing this wonderful website also has topo maps. These maps can be printed to guide you into the back country for hunting, hiking and stream or pond fishing.
I am out fishing all the time. My favorite target is landlocked salmon, rainbows and Lake Trout in Lake Winnipesaukee. Spring is the best time of the year as the fish are on top and as the summer goes along they will be found 30 to 50 feet deep making the fishing a bit more
challenging. Don't forget winter the ice fishing this year has been superb.
My wife and I specialize in selling lakefront homes in the lakes region and we find that many buyers look to match the lake with a target fish. We can help you find a great cold water lake for trout fishing or a warm water lake for large and smallmouth bass fishing. We have over 250 lakes in the region so we can match a lake to your lifestyle and fishing goals. Contact us we have over 20 years of lakefront sales experience.
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