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Gordon’s Fried Sea Food and Other Shops at 215 Hanover Street in Manchester NH

Yes, I realize that “Gordon’s Fried Sea Food and Other Shops at 215 Hanover Street in Manchester NH” is a long title for a blog post.  However it is very fitting, because my research took me on a long, convoluted, … Continue reading

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New Hampshire’s Fishing, Fisheries and Firsts

“Where, in many straggling group,  Gnarled and crooked willows By a chaffing streamlet stoop, And their yellow branches droop,  Tow’rd its tiny billows; Near the banks are little whirls,–  Whirles of fretted water,– And beneath those rings of pearls  Trout … Continue reading

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New Hampshire: Celebrating the Shark

Perhaps “celebrating” is not the word that quickly comes to your mind when you hear of a shark being spotted in New Hampshire waters. As recently as July 9th of this year, one of these fearsome beasts was reportedly roaming … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Slanguage: Hornpout

No self-respecting New Hampshire fisherman (or woman) can ply their leisure pastime for long…

before they end up with a … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Glossary: Lamprey eel

Lamprey eel, or “lamper” are a member of the ancient fish family of “jawless fishes” that existed before … Continue reading

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