TU Chapters on the WWW

NH TU Council site

Ammonoosuc #544 (NH)
Great Bay #613 (NH)
Merrimack River Valley #075 (NH)
Millers River (MA)

Links to like-minded groups

Conservation links related to our area

Rivers Management and Protection Program (NH-DES RMPP)
Ashuelot River (RMPP description) RMPP 1993 report on the Ashuelot River
Ashuelot River Corridor Management Plan (PDF)
Ashuelot River Corridor Management Plan - 2001 (HTML)
Ashuelot River Atlas
Ashuelot Watershed Land Conservation Plan (Nature Conservancy)
Contoocook River (RMPP description) RMPP 1991 report on the Contoocook River
Contoocook River Corridor Management Plan - 1994
Souhegan River (RMPP description) RMPP 2000 report on the Souhegan River
Souhegan River Instream Flow Protection Program
Souhegan River Watershed maps

USGS Links

NH and Vermont Water Resources
Near real-time stream flows
Real time gauge map

NH Fish & Game Links

NH Fish and Game Department -- Main website
*** On-Line License Sales *** -- Buy NH Licenses On-line


Tal Gregory's Blog on fishing

Flogging the Waters This blog is dedicated to chronicling the various pursuits that make up a well rounded affair with fly fishing.

Links to Fly fishing, tying and general information sites

Fly Fishing in New Hampshire - this site has a wealth of information on fishing, tying, buy/sell sections etc. take a look and see what they are about.


Fly Anglers on line - this site has various sections that concern tying, fishing reports, general information and areas to buy/sell, trade, ask for wanted items. The tying section, Fly of the week and the forum on tying are excellent.


The Evening Sun Fly Shop, in Pepperell, MA, is a great place to get advice on fishing in that area, get some equipment, and discuss fly fishing. Charlie is a great source of information and a great guy to boot!


Global Fly Fisher - this site has videos for tying, pattern instructions, fishing info, equipment info etc.


Hip Informative Articles, Travel Info, Gear & Equipment Reviews Online. This has evolved into the “go to” site for fly fishers world wide. A vast database of related information for novice and professional fly fisher alike. Our fly fishing destination articles and river reports are perfect to help you plan your next fishing trip in Canada or the US. Add in a heaping dose of beautiful photography, gear reviews including fly rods, fly reels and a fly tying recipe library of patterns second to none.


Hatches Magazine on line. Hatches is an annual publication with a strong devotion to professional writing, beautiful photography and informative articles pertaining to both the artistic and practical aspects of fly tying. Each issue features 13 featured articles that span a massive 96 pages.


Six Sisters Fly Box. This site is run by Peggy Brenner, from Milford. Lots of information and patterns.


New England Streamers from Global Fly Fishers. The name says it all!


The Maine fly fishing blog -Fishing report from the Western Maine Mountains and Beyond.


Streamers 365 - This site does a different streamer every day. You can sign up to get the notices, veiw patterns etc. Very nicely done.

Fly Nation NH - A nicely done blog covering all aspects of fly fishing.

NH Rivers Guide Service - New Hampshire Rivers Guide service is dedicated to providing you with a fly fishing experience that you will never forget. Whether it is a drift boat trip for trout and salmon on a major New Hampshire river, such as the Androscoggin, Connecticut or Pemigewasset Rivers; a wading trip on a stream; or a canoe trip to a pristine New Hampshire brook trout pond, you will have the opportunity to view wildlife, enjoy wonderful natural sights and catch some beautiful fish.

Small Stream Site - This site has some beautiful photogrtaphy and nice writing on those small streams we all wish we could find. They're probably around somewhere!  http://smallstreamreflections.blogspot.coUm/

Fishing small streams - Exploring the brooks and streams of the Adirondacks and Southern New England. THis site has lots of patterns, information and musings on fishing those small streams. Great to visit andget inspired for the season! Fly Tying World - this site, for which you can register free, has a lot of resources that you might find useful. There are patterns, tips and techniques and videos. The site can be reached at Another site is the North American Fly Fishing Forum. This site has lots of forums with discussions, items for sale etc. Again you need to register, for free, to get the full benefit of this site. It can be reached at

Custom Tied Fishing Flies - Tom Jutras is a licensed N.H. Fishing Guide and F.F.F. certified fly casting instructor. He does very nice, very fishable flies, is a great guy and can get you casting better and better!  Email him at

Eldredge Bros. Fly Shop - This is a full service fly shop in Cape Neddick, ME, about 15 - 20 minutes north of the Kittery Outlet Malls on Route 1. The shop has been specializing in fly fishing supplies since 1992. The shop was built with our love of fly fishing and our desire to create an atmosphere where fly fishermen of all skill levels will feel welcome. Our customers are most important to us and we strive to offer the best customer service and truthful advice. Our shop is located along the coast of southern Maine in the heart of some of this country’s most productive striper fishing but we are not just a saltwater fly shop. The first love of all of the anglers who work here is trout fishing and they all excel at it. They have well over 100 years of experience in fly fishing and fly tying between them.

Aquatic entomology for anglers - This site is run by Texas A&M Univerhesity. The site has a lot of informaion on patterns, tying and the whole course! Go back to school and learn more about the under water world.

Allen Fly Fishing Tutorials -  This site, part of the Allen Fly Fishing site, has very well done videos of tying flies. The videos are clear, concise and well presented.

Larry Antonuk has had a number of articles published in fly fishing and fly tying magzines. You can read these artilcles by following this link

The link following shows a very nice 2 minute video of a trout's eye view of some aquatic bugs.

Stream maps - this link will take you to a map of the US where you can customize the maps for where you want to be.

William Flyspoke - This gentleman teaches fly casting and is a great instructor. He is IFFF certified and tailors the lesson to his student. His web page details his experience and has links to his tying videos to boot. Check it out at

Ultimate Fly Fishing Guide - As arguably the most unique and artful style of angling, fly fishing has grown in popularity and continues to draw more enthusiasts each year. Use the resources in this guide to learn more about fly fishing techniques, connect with the worldwide fly fishing community and learn about the sport’s history. Consider this the “everything you ever wanted to know about fly fishing” guide.

Step by Step - The link below will take you to a page of "Step by Step"  (SBS) instructions. This list was done by one of the members, ScottP,  of "Fly Anglers Online", a wonderful place to get information, buy/sell and peruse the myriad topics. The link will bring you to a list of wonerful flies to tie!