CCANH Events & Happenings
2020 Piscataqua Oysterpalooza
Unfortunately, due to the presence of COVID-19, the 2020 Oysterpaolooza had to be cancelled. Here's to hoping we can host an even better event in 2021.
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS FISHING ADVENTURES
Big Brother Big Sister Fishing Trip The aim of the Big Brother Big Sister annual fishing trip is to provide education to the young public as well as providing an experience some children may never receive. John Habig (John Habig resides on the board of...
Piscataqua Oysterpalooza Each year since 2010, CCA NH has hosted the Piscataqua Oysterpalooza in order to raise awareness for the Oyster Shell Recycling Program, and of course, eat oysters! During the event, oyster shell is collected and recycled in order to...
CCANH TACKLE FLEA MARKET
Tackle Flea Market CCA NH started hosting the Tackle Flea Market in 2015. We felt that we should break up the monotony of winter, and get anglers and non-anglers excited for the upcoming season by giving them the opportunity to get together and buy/sell/swap...
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2019 Piscataqua Oysterpalooza
Join us for the 2019 Oysterpalooza at Liar's Bench! The tradition continues. Come join Liars Bench & Friends for the 9th annual Oysterpalooza, a celebration of the Great Bay's bivalve bounty. Fresh shucked local oysters from Virgin Oyster Company, Cedar Point...
CCA NH’S OYSTER RECYCLING PROJECT
Oyster Shell Recycling Program, NH Great Bay In 2009, members of the CCA NH Board became aware of the dramatic decrease in Great Bay oyster beds. In 1993, there were an estimated 1100 acres of healthy oyster beds. Parasites exacted a heavy toll and reduced the...
Join us for the 2017 Oysterpalooza at Liar’s Bench!
The tradition continues. Come join Liars Bench & Friends for the 7th annual Oysterpalooza, a celebration of the Great Bay’s bivalve bounty.
CCA NH Accepting Funds to Cover Legal Fees
The four year court battle to restore public access at Sanders Poynt in Rye is finally over—almost. The physical impediments—the fence, boulders, and trees must now be removed, but exactly when is uncertain. Public access would not have been preserved except for the efforts of one man.