Salmon Fishing Lakes In New Hampshire
NH offers a nice variety of waters for catching salmon. Major
lakes including Conway Lake, First Connecticut Lake, Lake Francis,
Lake Winnipesaukee, Merrymeeting Lake, Newfound Lake, Ossipee Lake,
Paugus Bay, Second connecticut Lake, Squam Lake, Sunapee Lake,
Umbagog Lake and Winnisquam Lake are excellent choices along with
the tributary waters flowing into and out of the lakes.
The New Hampshire state record atlantic salmon was taken out of
Pleasant Lake, the NH state record chinook (or king) salmon was caught
from the waters of the Exeter River, and the Piscataqua River
gave up the state record coho salmon.
5 Members of The Pacific Salmon Family
The preferred method for catching salmon is fly fishing. Depending
on the activity level, salmon may be caught on wet or dry flies.
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about fly fishing for salmon in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire Salmon Fishing
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