, Derry, New Hampshire

December 20, 2012

Shop at Fish and Game this holiday season

Derry News

---- — The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department has gifts galore for hunters, anglers and wildlife watchers. Stop by Fish and Game headquarters, 11 Hazen Drive in Concord (open from 8:15 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. weekdays), or use the mail-order form at

Gift certificates for 2013 fishing or hunting licenses are the most popular outdoor gift, good for a full year of outdoor adventure. This coupon is redeemable at any license agent. Order gift certificates by mail at or call 271-3422. Gift certificates are available now; 2013 license sales began Dec. 17.

The exclusive line of N.H. Fish and Game logo shirts was developed in partnership with Kittery Trading Post. Order online at or find them in the store at KTP.

Gift subscription to New Hampshire Wildlife Journal, Fish and Game’s bi-monthly full-color magazine, explores New Hampshire’s wildlife and outdoor recreation. A subscription is $12 for one year (six issues) or $20 for two years. Order at

The 2013 N.H. Fish & Wildlife Calendar costs $9.95. This is a New Hampshire-made wall calendar with professional wildlife photography, hunting and fishing season dates, and wildlife watching tips. It’s available at

Heavy-duty ceramic mugs in speckled glaze are perfect for home or around the campfire. Get one with a laser-etched moose in black, or Fish and Game logo in green for $12. A close-out special has a moose or bear motif with gold accents for just $2 each, while supplies last.

Caps, clothing, books and more are available from Fish and Game headquarters. Purchase popular camo caps with Fish and Game logo, turtle motif ball caps, T-shirts with moose or fish designs, wildlife artwork, and colorful T--shirts for kids. You’ll also find a selection of reference books for the informed outdoor enthusiast.

“The Best of Wardens Watch” is an entertaining collection of real-life stories by N.H. Fish and Game Conservation Officers, illustrated by cartoonist Will Staats, for $9.95.

Each purchase helps Fish and Game manage the state’s natural resources.