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FISHING IN NEW HAMPSHIRE


: $26.00
Item Number: FNH
Publisher / Author: Moose Country Press
ISBN: 1-893863-02-6
Fishing in New Hampshire
A History

Volume Two in the New Hampshire Fishing Series

By Jack Noon
Introduction by John McPhee


"No one knows more about the fish in New Hampshire than Jack Noon- not only where they dwell, but how they got there in the fist place, how they've been treated over the years by man, the terms, the perils, of their inhabitance in our waters.  Fishing in New Hampshire, A History is must reading for any fisher person in New England, and it will certainly be the definitive work on the fishery here for years to come, as entertaining as it is informative." - W.D. Wetherell 

An authoritative and entertaining history of fish and fishing in the Granite State, starting with the days when there were only virgin forests and native fish. Subjects examined include the effects of dams and introduced species, the rise of sport fishing, the evolution of fishing regulations, and future prospects for the state's fisheries. Illustrated with vintage color engravings. 


$26.00
Paperback
Moose Country Press

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