In New Hampshire – January 2011

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Ice Fishing classes offered for free

CONCORD, N.H. – The temperatures are dropping, and lakes and ponds are beginning to freeze over, tell-tale signs that Old Man Winter is almost here. Once the hustle and bustle of the holiday season is over, why not get outside and enjoy the New Hampshire winter by taking an ice fishing class?

The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s Let’s Go Fishing Program, in partnership with other groups, will be offering several ice fishing classes open to the public this winter. Classes are free. Be sure to call ahead to reserve your space…

Rosewood Country Inn and The Candlelite Inn join together for Inn to Inn Snow Shoe Getaway

Bradford, NH – There’s never been a better opportunity to get out and experience a stunning New Hampshire winter than with the Inn To Inn Snow Shoe Getaway being offered by the Rosewood Country Inn and The Candlelite Inn, both situated in the picturesque Lake Sunapee Region. This package will be offered for two weekends only: January 14 to 16 and March 4 to 6, 2011.

NH Snowmobile Season Right Around the Corner

The 2010-2011 snowmobile season is right around the corner, the projected opening date is December 15. The NH Bureau of Trails and the volunteer snowmobile clubs have been making preparations on the trails to be ready for riders. The Bureau is recommending riders get their equipment ready to go and registered early, that way they are ready for the start when the snowfalls. Snowmobile registrations are the primary funding source for snowmobile trail projects and winter trail grooming. So, registrations are vital to the program.

Snowmobile safety classes underway

CONCORD, N.H. — Don’t wait until the last minute to sign up for snowmobile education classes offered across the state. To operate a snowmobile in New Hampshire, any person age 12 or older must have either a valid Motor Vehicle Driver’s License or have successfully completed an approved Off-Highway Recreational Vehicle (OHRV) Safety Education class taught by volunteer instructors trained by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department.

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