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  1. FLY FIS
    04-22-2009 09:52 PM
    I used to fish all of them frequently years ago. I live up on the Stone Rd and used to drive the truck down the snow mobile trail to the brook with the kids, catch a few Brookies and head home to cook them for breakfast. Those days are pretty much gone. Nelsons brook has access at the Meetinghouse Rd. Nighthawk Hollow also crosses under Stage Rd. and you can fish there. Suncook River at Elm St in town and down on White Oak Rd and in Barnstead at rt. 28 and follow up to the dam sometimes is good in the spring. Guinea Pond also has some trout in it. As you saw the "back in the woods spots" are all settled and have houses on them
    I mostly head for the ocean as the temps rise. By mid May I'm all over the beaches along the coast.
  2. jarington
    04-15-2009 07:15 PM
    do you fish suncook river in gilmanton? ayers brook? nelson brook?
    I have a house up in that area and noticed that those are ??stocked waters?? but I drove around and it seemed near impossible to get public access to any of them.

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