Plymouth is home to an abundance of places to fish or hunt while you are enjoying your stay at your B&B in Plymouth. Also called the heart of New Hampshire's lakes and mountains, Plymouth is positioned between the Lakes Region and White Mountains. Given its unique location it is a well-known haven for avid hunters and anglers alike.
For hunting enthusiasts there are plenty of areas to hunt close to your Plymouth Inn. Some of the best hunting in the state is near and around Plymouth. Spring brings turkey hunting to Plymouth, which is located in Grafton County. Grafton County is the top county in the state for harvesting of Toms, Bearded, and Jakes hens. Small game, pheasants, and waterfowl are also hunted in this area. Moose, black bear, and white-tailed deer are hunted in the mountainous regions. Even though the deer harvest has declined in recent years, many avid hunters have been able to hunt trophy-sized bucks in the mountainous areas surrounding Plymouth.
Plymouth is known for some of the best fishing in New Hampshire. Locals like to fish Newfound Lake, Swain Pond, Squam Lake and Baker River for great fishing. BBOnline recommends heading to a few of these sights to cast your line.
Located 2.2 miles from Plymouth is the home of Livermore Falls. Fishermen can fish up a variety of fish here including, but not limited to, rock bass, bluegill and northern pike. This fishing hole is very conveniently located close to your B&B in Plymouth.
Palmer Brook is located 2.8 miles from your Plymouth Inn. This brook is home to several varieties of fish including sunfish, brook trout, and rainbow trout. If you are fly fishing, bait casting or spinning the odds of the fish biting the bait is quite high.
Campton Bog Pond
Located 3.8 miles from Plymouth is a reservoir called Campton Bog Pond. There are several varieties of fish to catch in this reservoir including white perch, sunfish and brown trout. It is a fantastic spot to cast your reel and have the odds with you that the fish will bite. In addition, it is close to your Plymouth Bed and Breakfast.
BBOnline recommends fishing the Beebe River. This river is also known to be called Beebe Brook or Beebe's River and is very close to your Plymouth Inn. This river is located 4.6 miles from Plymouth and home to steelhead trout, Chinook salmon and panfish. Chances are relatively good on getting the fish to bite whether you are fly-fishing, bait casting or spinning.
Before heading out on a fishing or hunting adventure make sure to visit the local sporting goods store for the license required. You can also visit the state's fish and game website at www.wildlife.state.nh and obtain a license there as well as all the information regarding hunting and fishing seasons. A license is required to participate in either activity in the State of New Hampshire.