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    Applications must be postmarked by Friday, May 28; submitted online by midnight on May 28 or delivered to the licensing office at NH Fish and Game Department headquarters in Concord before 4 p.m. that day. The lottery entrance fee is $15 for New Hampshire residents and $25 for nonresidents. New...
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    New Hampshire's Youth Waterfowl Hunting Weekend will be held statewide on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 26-27. According to Fish and Game, participating youth must be 15 or younger and must be accompanied by a properly licensed adult age 18 or older. Adult hunters must possess a regular New...
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    Conservation Officer Eric Hannett said his suspicions were raised when William Walsh recently brought in a bear for registration. Walsh said he happened across the bear while out in the woods and shot it. "He said he didn't kill it over bait, which is unusual," Hannett said. When Hannett went to...
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    Thomas Knight, of Meredith, New Hampshire, caught the 37-pound lake trout at Big Diamond Pond in West Stewartstown, according to the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department. The fish measured more than 40 inches in length with a 27-inch girth. Schafermeyer estimated that the fish was between 50...
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    Dad Ian O'Reilly was hiking with his wife and three children in the woods of Exeter, N.H., early Monday when the coyote surprised them and grabbed his youngest, a two-year-old boy, from behind. "We had no idea it was there," O'Reilly told NBC 10. "The coyote came up behind us, grabbed our...
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    Alexander Samor, 79, of Lebanon, left his home about 4 a.m. Tuesday to hunt ducks on opening day of waterfowl season. He did not return home as planned that evening, and family reported him missing Wednesday morning. "No one knew exactly where the missing man would be hunting, but family felt...
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    Everyone who has lived in New Hampshire for any length of time knows that fall is hunting season. There is also a spring hunting season, and for some species there is year-round opportunity. But fall is it if you are a hunter. It is now archery season for deer and turkey, which runs from Sept...
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    First it was bear-baiting with chocolate in 2015, followed by an intense debate over the bobcat hunt in 2016. Animal rights groups won those battles and are now are pushing to end the practice of hare hounding, in which live-caught rabbits are released to be chased by hunting dogs in training...
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    New Hampshire hunters killed more bucks - adult male deer with antlers - last season than in any other hunting season on record, an indication that the state's deer population is growing, partly because winters are getting easier for them. "In many parts of the states, the population is higher...
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    To participate in the youth weekend, hunters must be 15 or younger and accompanied by a properly licensed adult age 18 or older. The adult may not carry a firearm or bow and arrow. Youth hunters do not need a hunting license, but they must have a valid turkey permit ($16 resident, $31...
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    There's still room in the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department's upcoming workshop where you can learn all about snowshoe hare hunting. This free workshop is being offered at the Department's Owl Brook Hunter Education Center in Holderness, NH, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, January...
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    Becky Haskins, 25, a dental technician and waitress, said she has been out hunting with her bow many times since archery deer season started in September, although so far without any luck. This is the first year she has hunted, after taking safety classes and getting her license, although for...
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