Welcome to the New Hampshire Council Site

New Hampshire is the six smallest state in terms of land mass, but has a significant amount of water that is available and managed for trout.

 

There are approximately 17,000 miles of rivers and streams in the state that appear on 1:24,000-scale topographic maps; all of those watercourses are in need of protection or restoration as critical natural assets for present and future generations.

 

New Hampshire has five major watersheds: the Connecticut River, the Merrimack River, the Androscoggin River, the Piscataqua River  and the Saco River.

 

Each watershed has distinct characteristics that offer unique opportunities and management challenges.

 

There are approximately 80 lakes and ponds that are managed for trout.

 

The Brook Trout has been designated as the state fish.

 

Comments

 
said on Thursday, October 11th, 2012

This is my initial visit to the NH site, and I vision great potential here. I await further activity.

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said on Thursday, October 11th, 2012

I noted in my post that it was submitted at 3:48am, and it is actually 6:48am. Don't know how I moved west so fast!

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said on Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

We're ironing out some kinks in the timezone system. Our servers are on the west coast, so things get a little muddled when we're talking about things on the east coast.

Hold tight and we'll get it all ironed out.

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said on Monday, October 14th, 2013

What happened to the brook trout CSI data maps, and the interactive maps? 

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said on Sunday, November 3rd, 2013

How does one access council and chapter bylaws on the new website?

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