New Hampshire Fishing Map
Interactive map plus a list of fishing lakes in NH.
Below the map is a list of major fishing lakes in New Hampshire.
Use the above map to locate these bodies of water and find the best fishing lakes in New Hampshire.
The state of New Hampshire has abundant fishing opportunities. Try your luck at some of these major Lakes and impoundments.
Bow Lake is a 1,200-acre lake in the southeast part of the state.
Comerford Lake is an 1,100-acre lake on the western border of the state.
Conway Lake is a 1,300-acre lake in northeast NH.
First Connecticut Lake is a 2,800-acre lake in the northern tip of NH.
Great East Lake is an 1,800-acre lake on the eastern border of the state.
Lake Francis is a 2,100-acre lake in the northern tip of the state.
Lake Sunapee is a 4,100-acre lake in central NH.
Lake Wentworth is a 3,000-acre lake in the northeast part of the state.
Lake Winnipesaukee is a 44,000-acre lake in east-central NH.
Mascoma Lake is a 1,100-acre lake in the west-central part of the state.
Massabesic Lake is a 2,900-acre lake in southeast NH.
Merrymeeting Lake is an 1,100-acre lake in the east-central part of the state.
Moore Reservoir is a 3,500-acre lake on the western border of the state.
Newfound Lake is a 4,100-acre lake in the central part of NH.
Ossipee Lake is a 3,100-acre lake in the northeast part of the state.
Paugus Bay is a 1,200-acre lake in the central part of the state.
Second Connecticut Lake is a 1,300-acre lake in the northern tip of NH.
Silver Lake is a 1,000-acre lake in the northeast part of the state.
Squam Lake is a 6,700-acre lake in north-central NH.
Umbagog Lake is a 7,600-acre lake in the northeast part of the state.
Winnisquam Lake is a 4,300-acre lake in east-central NH.
Maps to find fishing lakes, by state.
Find major lakes and fishing waters in NH.
The purpose of this map is to help you locate major fishing waters in the state of New Hampshire, along with travel routes. If you have a favorite lake in NH which you would like to see added here, we would enjoy hearing from you. Contact us with details. If you offer a guide service on any of these lakes please visit our New Hampshire fishing guides page and consider adding your information.