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Old 08-04-2007, 12:44 AM
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Default NH non-resident fresh water liscense,,, Cost??

Quick question for you NH guys. I'm heading out tomorrow morning with the family for 4 days of camping in Bear Brook State Park on the Suncook River. Planning to bring the kayak and some fresh water gear. Can anyone tell me how much a non-resident freshwater pass will set me back? What is there to catch in the Suncook River right now? This will be my first time up there.

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Found the cost info. $28 for a 3 day license.
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right up the river there is a campground called twin oaks, i used to have a camper there a few years ago. I used to fish in that river and never had much luck. But good luck.
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