2016-17 Hunting Information

Hunting season 2017-2018

For more information on the NH Fish and Game site:  click here

Wildlife Management Unit Map:  Click Here

Select the species name for more dates and details.
April 29 and April 30, 2017 Youth turkey-hunting weekend
May 3 – May 31 Spring gobbler season (wild turkey)
Starts September 1 Black bear/dates vary for method and WMU
September 2016 – January 2017 Waterfowl/dates vary by species and zone
September 15 – December 15 Deer/archery (Note: archery season closes one week early in WMU A)
September 15 – December 15 Fall turkey/archery
October 16 – October 22, 2017 Fall turkey/shotgun (in certain WMUs only)
September 2015 – March 2016 Small game and furbearers/dates vary by species and region
October 1 – December 31 Pheasant
October 21 – October 29, 2017 Moose (by permit only)
October 21 – 22, 2017 Youth deer-hunting weekend
October 28 – November 7, 2017 Deer/muzzleloader
November 8 – December 3, 2017 Deer/regular firearms (closes one week early in WMU A)

Buy Gift Certificates Online

Last minute shoppers are in luck: you can give the gift of Pittsburg snowmobiling, sunsets, family time, or some good hunting and fishing all in one with our gift certificates. Starting today, they’re available online so you can purchase them anytime (say, on December 24th). They will be emailed immediately to your inbox, where you can print it if you would like or forward it to the recipient. They are available in any amount over $10.

Artist In Residence July 2015- Liz Helfer

During the week of July 19th- 25th, we welcomed our first Ramblewood Artist in Residence, Liz Helfer. As a long time friend (full disclosure: since preschool) and talented artist, she came to mind immediately when we were looking for ways to identify Ramblewood as a great location for artists or of all types to visit and be inspired. She loved the concept and having visited Pittsburg before, put together the following proposal for the piece, “Blinkah”.

Blinkah drawing Liz Helfer


168 x 78 x 24 inches

4.27 x 1.98 x .61 meters

Laminated safety glass, Spectra (TM) fiber, marine adhesive

Liz Helfer


New Hampshire’s north country is known for its pristine landscapes, outdoor recreation, and wildlife. A common sight is a rampant four-hooved pest: the white tailed deer. These iconic deer are not exclusively a northern New Hampshire or even a statewide problem; white tailed deer are responsible for over 1 million motor vehicle collisions every year in the United States.

Not all of these collisions end in human casualty but very often they end with a deer departed. There is much anecdotal evidence of this, including a local “deer slayer” vehicle, a talisman for the bounding destruction. Created out of shattered automobile glass, the grouping of a doe, fawn and buck give ironic beauty to creatures that are so controversial, so mundane.

Although we think of the human victims behind auto accidents, we often overlook the marginalized wildlife who are also affected. “Blinkah” is a little reminder about the wonder of a fleeting moment.

She built the fawn and sections of the doe at her studio in Boston, Massachusetts, then assembled the entire buck in our barn.


Then with gloves, patience, and super hero arm strength (they are heavier than they look) our crew walked them into the woods to where the stand next to the waterfall.









IMG_20150723_180657The installation will be up until the fall, so be sure to stop by before snow flies. Park near the office, and walk to the front lawn. As you look at the mountain view, the trail to the waterfall and sculptures can be seen to the right by a utility pole. Follow the mossy trail down the short hill through the forest, and when you get to the clearing by the waterfall look to your right.