Duck Hunting Season in New Hampshire: Season Dates, Bag Limits and More
Scoters and eiders can be found along the coast and flocks of wood duck, mallards and black duck can be found inland, especially in the northern half of the state.
Maybe you are ready to give duck hunting a shot or maybe you’re an expert waterfowler but here is everything you need to know about duck hunting season in New Hampshire including
Learn MoreWhat Kinds of Ducks Are in New Hampshire?The three most common ducks harvested in New Hampshire are wood ducks, mallards and black ducks. Less common are canvasback, pint
Learn MoreWhere Can You Duck Hunt in New Hampshire?Some of the best hunting is on private property where beaver dams are plenty and attract large numbers of wood ducks especially.
Learn MoreWhat Are the Hunting Zones in New Hampshire?New Hampshire has four hunting zones. It is divided almost in half with the North Zone and Inland Zones with the addition of a
Learn MoreDuck Hunting Season Dates in New HampshireInland Zone: Oct. 4 – Nov. 6 Nov. 23 – Dec. 18 Connecticut River Zone: Oct. 4 – Nov. 6 Nov. 23 – Dec. 18 Coastal Zone: O
Learn MoreBag Limits and Possession Limits for Duck Hunting in New HampshireThe bag limit for ducks in New Hampshire is 6 with a possession limit three times the bag number, so for
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