Whether you’re headed to Rye or Hampton to fish in the ocean or up to the mountains to fish in one of countless lakes and streams that draw an abundance of fishermen and women on a regular basis, you’ll need to stock up on fishing gear and bait. The following New Hampshire stores carry both, so check one out when you’re lured by the lapping waves.
Pick up Aspen reels, Simms Waders, and choose from more than 700 fly patterns at North Country Angler. Check out their in-season stream reports and ask any questions you may have. All their staff members are avid anglers.
Oh My. iFly. Many choices Let's see what the evening brings Not much of a fisherman anymore. I see with the eyes of an artist – all the offerings neatly compartmentalized. The fish might care which ones. But for a moment the ADHD is hyper focused on the arrangement of flys in their little homes. #flyfishing #nh #wildcatriver
Not your typical fishing or tackle shop by any means, you’ll find supplies for the saltwater and commercial fisherman at New England Marine and Industrial. Stock up on Novatec parts for hauling in shrimp or herring, as well as ACCO chains and hoists for use on a commercial boat.
If you’ve imagined visiting an entire store dedicated solely to fly fishing, imagine no more. Your dream has come true at Mountain High Fly. There you’ll find rods by Redington and Sage as well as reels by Ross and Redington. You’ll also discover more flies than you’ve likely ever seen in your life.
If ice or fly fishing is your passion, you’ll love the Tackle Shack. They’re stocked up on the needed equipment to saw through the ice and wait for that tug on your line. Check out their augers by Nils and Ion. Check out their more than 600 flies, too!
Not only is Granite State Rod & Reel known for their repairs of fishing gear, they also sell some tried and true brands. Check out their rods and reels by Quantum and Zebco If you’re in the market for repairs, rest assured that in most cases your equipment will be returned to you in nearly new condition.
The specialty at this bait and tackle shop is ice fishing. Ice Hole Bait and Tackle in Brookline, New Hampshire, is only open from December until around mid-March, depending on the weather. Here you’ll find Jiffy augers, Shappell and Eskimo shelters, jet sleds, live bait, and just about everything else you could possibly need for a successful ice fishing trip.
Martel’s Bait & Sport Shop in Laconia, New Hampshire, is well loved by locals. Find everything you’ll need for not only fishing, but guns, ammo, archery, and more.