The Hudson Fish & Game Club, Inc. is located at 53 Pine Road, Hudson, New Hampshire, 03051. The Club incorporated in 1956. The Club is a 501(c)7 non-profit organization and registered with the State of New Hampshire.
We promote all legitimate sport with rod, gun, and bow. We assist in enforcing the laws for the protection and propagation of fish and game within the State and help in securing legislation in connection with these purposes as may be necessary. We buy, sell, mortgage or lease real estate to further these purposes. We maintain a clubhouse and/or other buildings and generally promote social contacts of its members. We expend all income above and beyond operating expenses on charitable activities in accordance with our by-laws.
Club Phone Number: 603-889-9875 follow prompts and leave a message.
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OUR ANNUAL THANKSGIVING EVENT
For the past 25+ years, the Hudson Fish and Game Club, INC,holds an annual Thanksgiving Dinner, on Thanksgiving Day, each year, to help feed the local communities a traditional Thanksgiving meal. Which includes delivering meals as well to certain areas of our local communities. This is provided through club members, club members' family, volunteers from local organizations such as Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and local volunteers that volunteer their time. This service could not be provided without all the help from our dedicated club members, and particularly Karen Knox and her daughter, Tammi, Clyde Bubar and Arlain Lacasse, who help coordinate this large event. We also receive donations from local merchants as well, which helps defray costs, and monetary donations throughout the year.Last Thanksgiving, we served and delivered over 1500 meals to our communities. We are always PROUD of this event. It is our way of giving back to our surrounding communities.
Monetary Donations to help support this event can be sent to the Hudson Fish and Game Club at 53 Pine Rd, Hudson, NH 03051. If mailing a check, please put Thanksgiving Event 2015 Donation in the Memo section. More information to follow. If you need more information, please send it through the CONTACT US page, or contact Karen Knox at 603-889-1501. We thank EVERYONE in advance for your generous contributions, donations, and volunteers that help make this event happen every year.
This past year we served approximately 1500 meals were delivered along with approximately 225 meals fed in the club. Many members performed this function without power!! Many THANKS to all that participated and made this event successful again this year.
ABOUT OUR OUTDOOR FIREARMS RANGES
We have received many emails and phone calls regarding our ranges open to the public for shooting. This is incorrect. The TRAP RANGE is ONLY open to the public on Sunday mornings when we have trap, weather permitting, and pending if there is an event scheduled. Our outdoor ranges and indoor range are for MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY . We apologize for any confusion.
2015 NH Hunter Safety Program
Sign up soon on the NH Fish and Game Website. The April 24, 25, 26 2015 class is full. Our next class will be on September 11, 12, 13 2015.
NH Fish and Game is holding a Big Game Management Plan - Public Meeting, Tuesday, March 17, 2015, at Nashua Community College, Rm 105, 505 Amherst Street, Nashua, NH 03063.
Let your voice be heard regarding population goals for moose, deer, bear and wild turkeys over the next ten years. For additional details, check out the Big Game Management Plan page. The public will have several opportunities in March to hear about the plan and give their input on New Hampshire’s next ten-year Game Management Plan, which will set regional population goals for moose, deer, bear and wild turkey from 2016 through 2025. Five meetings will be held around the state.
Also in regards to the NH Bobcat Season hunt.
New Hampshire Fish & Game partnered with the University of New Hampshire initiating a comprehensive bobcat study with on the ground work starting in the fall of 2009. Distribution, population abundance, habitat use, habitat connectivity, and methods to index populations were studied. This comprehensive research project was completed December 2014 and has provided a wealth of knowledge about bobcats in New Hampshire. More information, including Theses, can be found at the following website: http://mlitvaitis.unh.edu/Research/BobcatWeb/bobcats.htm. Wildlife research in New Hampshire is funded in part by the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act.
Right now there was discussion in regards to opening a Bobcat season in NH for hunting and trapping.
Atlantic Broodstock Salmon Fishing Opens April 1, 2015
Permit Required: Anglers age 16 and older must purchase an Atlantic Salmon Brood Stock Permit ($11) in addition to a regular NH freshwater fishing license. No license or permit is required for anglers younger than 16 years old.
Season: Year-round. Exception: Salmon taken from October 1 through March 31 must be immediately released.
Bag Limits: The daily limit for salmon is 1 fish. The season limit for salmon is 5 fish. The minimum total length for salmon is 15 inches.
Identification of Legal Salmon:
Anglers can identify brood stock salmon by a T-bar anchor tag attached to one side of the base of the dorsal fin. Only salmon marked with a T-bar anchor tag may be kept. The tag must remain attached to the salmon while on or leaving the water. Any salmon not identified by a T-bar anchor tag must be immediately released.
Where to Fish: Method and
I. Merrimack and Pemigewasset rivers from Garvins Falls Dam in Bow to the Ayers Island Dam in Bristol and their tributaries to the first upstream dam – salmon shall be taken by FLY-FISHING ONLY.
“Fly-fishing” means casting with only fly rod, fly reel and fly line combination with an artificial fly attached, to which no additional weight has been added to the fly line or leader, and does not include the use of spinning, spincast, and casting rods and reels and lead core lines.
For more information go to http://www.eregulations.com/newhampshire/fishing/freshwater/atlantic-sal...