BRISTOL — For more than three decades, New Hampshire Fish & Game has been attempting to re-introduce Atlantic salmon to riverways in the Lakes Region. Without seeing the returns biologists were hoping for, the program is being considered for discontinuation withing the next few years. In the mean time, anglers on the Pemigewasset River, especially south of the Ayers Island Dam in Bristol, have a year-round opportunity to fish for mature salmon.CLICK TO VIEW THE SOURCE MATERIAL
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