NHF&G Free Scoop on Striper Seeking…by kayak…and car.

My nephew and I had a successful saltwater fly fishing outing by way of kayak last year.  Hoping to do it again this year… Check out the below talk on the subject sponsored by fish and game.  Pretty lucky to have education like this offered to the NH fishing community at no cost… except for the gas to get to the capitol city.  But, then again, if you are a true northeastern flyfisher, you are probably accustomed to dumping large amounts of money into the tank with little to show for it at the end of the day other than a pinkish glow, well exercised legs, a collection of gnarled midges that must be retired, and an illuminated “maintenance required” light indicating that it’s time for another oil change..  Hey, it’s better than fishing in Texas!


CONCORD, N.H. – Learn how you can fish from your kayak for everything from northern pike and walleye on the Connecticut River to striped bass and black sea bass on the Piscataqua River! The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s spring outdoor adventure series continues with a talk by licensed fishing guide Tim Moore, who will present a wealth of tips and strategies for successful kayak fishing. The talk begins at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 23, 2015, at N.H. Fish and Game headquarters, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord, N.H. No pre-registration is required. Admission is free.

Tim Moore is a nationally recognized professional angler, guide, outdoor writer and promoter. He owns Tim Moore Outdoors, LLC, offering freshwater kayak fishing trips for northern pike, walleye, crappie, and bass; and saltwater kayak fishing trips for striped bass, winter flounder, and black sea bass. He has fished the coastal and inland waters of New Hampshire for more than thirty years. He is also the producer of the popular Internet fishing show, Tim Moore Outdoors TV, and a member of the Johnson Outdoors Premier Pro Staff.

In his seminar, Moore will discuss some of the equipment and techniques he uses to kayak fish for northern pike and walleye on the Connecticut River, and striped bass and black sea bass on the Piscataqua River. Learn how to choose the right kayak for the area and species you are fishing for, and the importance of paddling form.

“With limited space in a kayak, it’s important to know what gear to use and when to use it, and what to leave at home. There is also a huge advantage in knowing the advantages and disadvantages of different angling kayak features, such as length and width,” says Moore.

Learn more about upcoming Outdoor Adventure talks at http://www.wildlife.state.nh.us/Newsroom/2015/Q1/outdoor-talks-1-all.html.

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