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NH Fish and Game debuts new user-friendly website

By: - August 29, 2023 12:10 pm
Fish and Game website

New Hampshire Fish and Game has debuted a new website. (Screenshot)

The state’s Fish and Game Department has debuted a new user-friendly website, because “for many folks, the journey outdoors starts online.”

The new website launched Tuesday, expected to “significantly improve user experience, accessibility for all visitors, and ease of use on all mobile devices and desktop environments,” the department said.

Fish and Game uses its web presence to keep the public informed about topics and events of interest to hunters, anglers, wildlife watchers, and outdoor enthusiasts. Site visitors will continue to find the same information about wildlife, fisheries, and marine resources, now enhanced with new interactive maps and a “clean customer-focused interface.”  

The department noted it launched the new site as various hunting seasons approach, a time when many people are seeking relevant information online.

“The faster we can help you find what you’re looking for, the sooner you can get outside to enjoy all of the opportunities the Granite State has to offer, and our newly optimized website will certainly be a catalyst for this,” said Matt Sampson, Fish and Game’s webmaster and public information officer. 

Visit the new website at

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Hadley Barndollar
Hadley Barndollar

Hadley Barndollar covers climate, energy, environment, and the opioid crisis for the New Hampshire Bulletin. Previously, she was the New England regional reporter for the USA TODAY Network and was named Reporter of the Year by the New England Newspaper and Press Association. Email: [email protected]