Thanks for Supporting the Pittsburg Anglers Association!

Our Mission

Formed in 2015, the Pittsburg Anglers Association is a 501(c)(3) organization (non-profit tax ID # 82-1999213) devoted to the enhancement of fishing opportunities on the Connecticut River in Pittsburg, N.H. The primary focus of our endeavor is stocking the Upper Connecticut River’s “Trophy Stretch”, one of New England’s premier trout and salmon fisheries, as well as a destination for many visitors to our area.

Supplemental trout stocking of the Trophy Stretch will be our most important work to improve the angling opportunities on this section of the Connecticut River, and stocking will take place primarily in May each year, prior to the start of the regular stocking schedule of the N.H. Fish & Game Department. To this end, the Pittsburg Anglers Association will rely on fiscal support through donations from our business and individual partners.

 

We will once again stock the Connecticut River’s “Trophy Stretch” this May and hope to have your support this season.


Pittsburg Anglers Association hoodies and hats will be on sale this year at Tall Timber and Lopstick Lodge - Grab some Swag!

Pittsburg Anglers Association hoodies and hats will be on sale this year at Tall Timber and Lopstick Lodge – Grab some Swag!

One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, …

Unfortunately, trout aren’t cheap, so your generous donation is critical to the success of our mission. While a guide for donations is given below, a donation of any amount is greatly appreciated!

Donation Levels:

  • Buy A Trophy Trout:  $25

  • Buy A Pair of Trout: $50

  • Buy A “School” of Trout:  $75

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Donations can be given directly by credit card through our PayPal account,

or can be mailed by check to:

Pittsburg Anglers Association, Inc., P.O. Box 6, Pittsburg, N.H. 03592

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“Fished the Trophy Stretch June 10th thru 13th – had a great time and success. Keep up the great work and cause. Much appreciated.”

Terry T.