Do you live on the Winnicut River, or one of its brooks or streams? Would you like to learn how to have a "better backyard," or be a steward for wildlife? Do you enjoy birding, kayaking, or trail walking? Have you got Invasive Plant Problems? Would you like to learn more about the Winnicut River and its wildlife diversity, from its treefrogs and trout lilies, to its black bears and white cedars? If you can answer 'yes' to any of the above, we need YOU. The WRWC is working hard to develop a Better Backyard campaign which promises to be a rewarding program for land/homeowners interested in protecting the integrity of the Winnicut River, its streams and brooks, and ultimately Great Bay, and the wildlife that lives and breeds here. E-mail us today to learn more at

Monday, July 25, 2011

Dick Pinney's Got the Trout Blues

IN a recent article, contributor Dick Pinney, a self proclaimed long-time angler, writes about the book 'Fishing Winnipesaukee' by Hal Lyons.  "A poignant book," writes Pinney, it reminded him of "fishing friends of long ago."  In Pinney's piece, he mentions an old favorite fishing spot right here on the Winnicut.  You can read the article here.

In another interesting article on blue fish, he provides a humorous and culinary take on fishing for blues right here in Great Bay.  It's a good, quick read!

For more info on fishing for blues (provided by NH Fish and Game), click on the picture.

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