Two of New Hampshire’s best trout ponds will be protected in the latest effort to ensure outdoor recreation and timber jobs in the Androscoggin River Headwaters, The Trust for Public Land and several partners announced.
The ponds are in a 934-acre property that The Trust for Public Land bought for $2.475 million then sold it to the state.
“Greenough Pond and Little Greenough Pond are 2 of the only 3 remaining wild trout ponds in the state and they offer some of the best trout fishing in New Hampshire,” said Rodger Krussman, New Hampshire director of The Trust for Public Land.
The state will make the property open to the public for fishing and hunting. The property is also popular for snowmobiling, with more than 3 miles of state-maintained snowmobile trails.
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