Hunting in Pittsburg, New Hampshire
Hunt the North Woods of NH
Pittsburg NH has more than 170,000 acres of woodland open to the public for hunting and recreating. The terrain is mountainous and rugged with river bottom land. The land is generally well ‘roaded’; a network of logging roads access a variety of terrain offering many hunting opportunities. Expect wet and boggy lands along stream bottoms or level wooded area. Slopes are moderate to steep and are often densely wooded. Game trails are easy found and are a good way to set off into the woods.
Hunting is part of the local culture. The hunt begins in mid-September for bear and deer hunting (bow). October is the opening of the upland bird season and small game. Pittsburg offers excellent grouse and woodcock hunting, with October being the prime month. New Hampshire has a moose hunt season. Permits are drawn at lottery and the hunt occurs over a 10 day period in mid-October. Deer season begins in November. Hunt trophy bucks; often with snow for tracking.
Pittsburg is that perfect spot to pass on the love of hunting from one generation to the next. Whether it is a day in the woods with a favorite hunting dog or stalking a large buck on a fresh carpet of snow, Pittsburg is the place where memories are made. Join us for your next North Woods hunting trip. Sunday hunts are permitted in New Hampshire.