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CONCORD, N.H. — Due to the unusual early spring this year, anxious anglers are looking to get out and enjoy spring-like conditions on many of New Hampshire’s waterbodies. The good news is that there are exciting options for Granite State anglers ready to hit the water, according to N.H. Fish and Game Inland Fisheries Division Chief Jason Smith.
“There are plenty of angling opportunities available right now from the Lakes Region south,” says Smith.
New Hampshire offers a variety of fishing opportunities that are currently open, including black bass, black crappie, panfish and pickerel, among others.

Those seeking to pursue trout can find a list of ponds that are stocked with trout that are open year-round at Trout Year Round | Fishing | New Hampshire Fish and Game Department. Also, coldwater streams and rivers have been open since January 1.
Anglers looking to get a jump on New Hampshire’s fishing season can enjoy opportunities provided at many of the state’s rivers, lakes and ponds that fall under “general regulation” (not listed in the Special Rules tables in the NH Freshwater Fishing Digest).
So get out and enjoy the early season, but remember that New Hampshire’s 14 lakes managed for lake trout and landlocked salmon are open only for ice fishing until April 1. Designated trout ponds will open on April 23 (the fourth Saturday in April), giving Fish and Game hatchery staff time to stock these remote waterbodies before the opening day.
Find more information on fishing in New Hampshire at Freshwater Fishing | New Hampshire Fish and Game Department.
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