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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. 15 through Dec. 15 (except archery, deer and turkey seasons close Dec. 8 in WMU A). Bear hunting season began Sept. 1, and this year odds are extremely good of finding ample bear activity and harvesting a bear, as the population in New Hampshire is about 5,800 animals. It is also a good time to pursue small game. Squirrel season got underway on Sept. 1, which may help reduce the extremely high numbers we have seen lately. Youth Waterfowl Hunting Weekend will be held statewide in New Hampshire on Sept. 29-30. Participating youth must be age 15 or younger and be accompanied by a properly licensed adult age 18 or older, and the adult may not hunt. The fall shotgun season for turkey runs Oct. 15-21 in WMUs D2, G, H1, H2, I1, I2, J1, J2, K, L and M. Note that the previously open fall shotgun season in Unit D1 will be closed in 2018. Looking ahead, the much-anticipated regular firearms deer hunting season opens Nov. 14. Regardless of your preferred activity, New Hampshire is a great place to get outdoors and enjoy the natural beauty of our state, especially in the fall.

http://www.newhampshire.com/article/20180923/NEWHAMPSHIRE03/180929863
 
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