YMCA offers many new programs starting Jan. 6
LONDONDERRY — The YMCA of Greater Londonderry has many new programs.
The new offerings include: beginner hula hooping, TRX, Yoga, Cycling, Adult Floor Hockey League, Mom and Tot Bootcamp, Recess Romp, Fencing, Creative Movement and more.
Visit yogm.org for a full brochure or call 437-9622.
Registration started Dec. 16. Classes start the week of Jan. 6.
Weigh in on school fishing tourney rules Jan. 6
CONCORD — A public hearing will be held to discuss proposed rules for intra-scholastic fishing tournaments and other miscellaneous rule changes at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 6, 2014, at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord.
Miscellaneous rules to be discussed at the hearing will include measures to amend other fishing-related rules, repeal references to monk parakeet, update references to information required on fishing tournament applications and readopt the rules relative to free fishing day.
The complete rulemaking notice, with original and proposed rule language for these proposals, can be viewed at http://www.wildnh.com/Legislative/Notices_summary.htm (click on “Intra-scholastic fishing tournament rule notice”).
Written comments must be received by Jan. 14, 2014. Send to: firstname.lastname@example.org (use subject line “Comments on Tournament Rules”); or write to Executive Director, N.H. Fish and Game Department, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord, 03301; or fax to 271-1438.
Ice fishermen, fish have been stocked
CONCORD — Winter anglers in New Hampshire had some trout stocked especially for them this fall.
The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department stocks trout every year during the fall months, mostly to bolster the winter ice fishery. This should translate into some exciting action for winter anglers, according to Inland Fisheries Division Chief Jason Smith.
Anglers going after trout can find lists of waters that remain open to the taking of trout year round on the Fish and Game website. For lakes and ponds, visit fishnh.com/Fishing/year_round_trout_ponds.htm. For rivers and streams, see fishnh.com/Fishing/year_round_trout_streams.htm.
Rules for waterbodies with special regulations are listed in the N.H. Freshwater Fishing Digest, available from license agents or on the Fish and Game website at fishnh.com/pubs/fishing.html.
Fish and Game Department hatcheries stocked out post-spawn brook and brown trout this fall into selected waterbodies without a closed season. These fish can range from 2 to 3 pounds each. Numbers, dates and stocking locations vary annually depending on availability.
For anglers wishing to pursue open-water trout fishing in rivers, Fish and Game stocked portions of the Cocheco and Lamprey Rivers earlier this fall with surplus broodfish from its New Hampton Hatchery.
Girls lacrosse sessions to start soon at SportsZone
DERRY — Lighthouse Lacrosse is running girls lacrosse skills and fitness sessions for local players at the SportsZone in Derry from Jan 5. through Feb. 2 for players ages 9 to17.
Coach Ashley Durepo (UMASS Lowell), coach Mike Boyle (Londonderry High), and coach Beth Stankus (UNH) will coach the sessions and Top Fitness trainers will run the fitness portion.
More details and and registration information can be found at lighthouselax.org or by emailing email@example.com.
Shop online at N.H. Fish and Game
CONCORD — Just in time for the holidays, shoppers now have a new way to purchase logo merchandise and other outdoorsy gifts from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department through a convenient new online store at shopwildnh.com.
If you’re looking for that special gift for a hunter, angler or wildlife watcher, this is the place to do one-stop shopping fast and easy online. The site will carry Fish and Game logo merchandise throughout the year, including camo caps, ceramic camp mugs, and a selection of sweatshirts and T-shirts featuring wildlife designs. You can also purchase the 2014 New Hampshire Fish and Wildlife calendar online at the new store.
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