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Aug 8, 2021 14:48:04   #
NHSmallies Loc: New Hampshire
 
Shout out to all the anglers! Anyone in New England out there? I’m in southern NH. I love bass fishing - smallies are the best! And I love deep sea fishing for cod and haddock and near shore fishing for flounder/fluke.

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Aug 8, 2021 16:15:23   #
Gordon Loc: Charleston South Carolina
 
Welcome NH. I just learned a few weeks ago that y'all have 18 miles of coast. I thought you were land locked.

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Aug 8, 2021 16:25:16   #
TexasWomack Loc: Prosper, TX
 
Welcome

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Aug 8, 2021 16:37:50   #
NHSmallies Loc: New Hampshire
 
Thanks Gordon - yes it’s a small but beautiful coastline that offers great fishing from shore or boat.

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Aug 8, 2021 16:38:18   #
NHSmallies Loc: New Hampshire
 
Thanks

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Aug 8, 2021 16:56:40   #
Gordon Loc: Charleston South Carolina
 
NHSmallies wrote:
Thanks Gordon - yes it’s a small but beautiful coastline that offers great fishing from shore or boat.


I also see where y'all have about 65 covered bridges. And that's on my bucket list to see.

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Aug 8, 2021 17:15:38   #
NHSmallies Loc: New Hampshire
 
It’s a beautiful part of the country! Lakes, mountains, ocean. There are worse places to live!

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Aug 8, 2021 17:58:23   #
Fredfish Loc: Prospect CT.
 
NHSmallies wrote:
Shout out to all the anglers! Anyone in New England out there? I’m in southern NH. I love bass fishing - smallies are the best! And I love deep sea fishing for cod and haddock and near shore fishing for flounder/fluke.


Welcome to the Stage NH, from southern New England.

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Aug 9, 2021 13:50:05   #
Yankeeblue Loc: Manchester CT (near Hartford)
 
NHSmallies wrote:
Shout out to all the anglers! Anyone in New England out there? I’m in southern NH. I love bass fishing - smallies are the best! And I love deep sea fishing for cod and haddock and near shore fishing for flounder/fluke.


Welcome NH. The fishing stage is a wonderful forum, lot of good people with experience and fishing knowledge. Some good stories and jokes mixed in. New Hampshire is a beautiful state, had a good friend that lived there for many years, but I never fished there.

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Aug 9, 2021 15:37:18   #
HenryG Loc: Falmouth Cape Cod Massachusetts
 
NHSmallies wrote:
Shout out to all the anglers! Anyone in New England out there? I’m in southern NH. I love bass fishing - smallies are the best! And I love deep sea fishing for cod and haddock and near shore fishing for flounder/fluke.


Yes sir NH Smallies They are the best !!!!!! And no better eating.the salties you mentioned welcome to the Stage✌😀👍

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Jan 13, 2022 15:52:35   #
Big A Loc: Mesa, Arizona
 
NHSmallies wrote:
Shout out to all the anglers! Anyone in New England out there? I’m in southern NH. I love bass fishing - smallies are the best! And I love deep sea fishing for cod and haddock and near shore fishing for flounder/fluke.


Are you anywhere near the Manchester area ? Can't help
much with the 'salt', but I can
point you to some decent areas
for LMs, smallies and trout !

Check with the state's F & G website, and one called All About Fishing
(aafishing.com) - on the F & G site
you will find bathymetric charts
(depth maps) for over 600 lakes/ ponds, statewide, with species listed for each and directions to each one !

For bass I would start with the Merrimack River, especially the
stretch from the railroad trestle
in Goffs Falls to the outflow of
Little Cohas Brook (just below
the airport) ! The Piscataquog
holds some decent bass and
crappie, along with trout ! Lake
Massabesic is a good spot for
LMs, 'smallies' and trout - I believe
there may also be pike in the lake,
as well !

PM me if you're looking for
directions or more specific information - I will try to help
as best I can !

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