- Black sea bass have dangerously sharp spines on their dorsal fin that can puncture human skin.
- The all-tackle world record for black sea bass is 9 pounds, 8 ounces.
- When hooked in deep water and brought quickly to the surface, a black sea bass will often regurgitate its stomach contents.
For those who dream of quality experiences with wildlife and with the mountains, fields and streams of the outdoor world, Guides and Outfitters provide a key link to getting the most from our outdoor time—providing know-how, access, equipment and on-the-ground experience.
Works in partnership with the public to conserve, manage, and protect the state's fish, wildlife and marine resources.
There are many access sites around the state that can be used by people with disabilities. For more information, check the New Hampshire Boating and Fishing Public Access Map, offered by New Hampshire Fish and Game Department. For a copy, call the department