NH Biologist Says Mild Winter May Hurt Fishing
Mont Vernon youngster Jake A. caught this monster (23" long, 16" girth) in early August (2010). Photo courtesy NY Fish and Game.
SeacoastOnline: As fishing season opens Sunday [April 1], a New Hampshire state biologist says the recent run of warm weather spells trouble for the upcoming fishing season.
Don Miller of the Department of Fish & Game tells the Laconia Daily Sun that the unusual winter resulted in 2 factors that could disrupt the life cycles of freshwater fish.
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