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May the Fourth Be With You!


The Fourth of July is just around the corner! Towns and communities all across New
England are planning special Independence Day celebrations with most featuring
parades, music, food, and (best of all) fireworks! Here are just some of the Best Fourth of
July Celebrations in New England.

BOSTON, MA Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular


BRISTOL, RI Americas Oldest Independence Day Parade
EAST WOODSTOCK, CT Fourth of July Jamboree
EASTPORT, ME Fourth of July Celebration
GORHAM, NH Fourth of July Celebration

JULY 2017: temperature 76.5 (0.5 above avg.); precipitation 3" (1" below avg.); Jul
1-5: Sunny; cool, then hot; Jul 6-10: Heavy rain, then sunny, hot; Jul 11-20: Isolated t-
storms, hot; Jul 21-31: Scattered t-storms, cool.
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Area Fishing Report


Southeast NH/Merrimack Valley
For the past two weeks, I have been moving American shad trapped at the fish lift at
Essex Dam in Lawrence, M.A., on the Merrimack River. We are able to transport about
200 fish at a time with the Departments shad truck. You may have seen this truck, a
heavy duty flatbed Kenworth with its double circular tanks traveling up and down
Interstate 93 a lot lately. By the end of this week, we will have translocated about 2,000
shad up river around several of the dams on the Merrimack, and released in the Concord
area. The fish will spawn millions of eggs to carry on the life cycle of this important fish
species that helps transfer marine-derived nutrients that benefit the river ecosystem. You
can angle for shad in the Merrimack but as this species is under restoration, it is catch-
and-release only.

Most of our trout stocking in the region has wrapped up and as the surface temperatures
warm on our ponds and lakes, trolling flies or
spoons in the deeper water will produce better
than surface lures. On the warm water side,
bass have pretty much completed spawning
and can be tough to catch right now. Sunfish
are on nests and can be quite aggressive and
fun to catch on light tackle or fly rods using
surface poppers. I heard from an angler who did
quite well with the feisty bluegills in Great Pond
in Kingston using a small surface plug. Matt
Carpenter, Regional Fisheries Biologist

Seacoast Area
Image removed by sender.Many people are getting their fill of striper fish action this year,
with a great abundance of schoolies around Fox Point in Little Bay, and at the inlet of
Sagamore Creek to the Route 1B Bridge in New Castle. Shane Conlin of Somersworth
reported success using poppers and stick baits at sunrise in Little Bay. When you head
out to New Castle for stripers, dont forget to pack your squid jig. Squid have begun
showing up under lighted areas at night in the Piscataqua. Squid make excellent striper
bait, especially when there are squid around. As they say, match the hatch. Fish in
general, and striped bass specifically, are most likely to take bait that matches what they
are currently feeding on, or an artificial lure that mimics it. Becky Heuss, Marine
Fisheries Biologist

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Recipe of the Month


Fourth of July Layered Gelatin
INSTRUCTIONS
1. Place cherry gelatin mix
into a heatproof bowl, stir in
1 packet of unflavored
gelatin, and mix with 2 cups
of boiling water, stirring until
the gelatin has dissolved
and the mixture is clear,
about 2 minutes. Pour into
the bottom of a 9x13
rectangular glass baking
dish. Place in refrigerator
until completely cold and set, about 1 hour.

2. Sprinkle 4 packets of unflavored gelatin onto 1 cup of boiling water in a heatproof bowl,
allow to stand for about 3 minutes, and stir until dissolved; mix in the sweetened
condensed milk. Allow to cool but not thicken, about 10 minutes; gently pour into a
layer on top of the cherry layer. Return to refrigerator and allow to chill completely,
about 1 more hour.

3. Place blue raspberry gelatin mix and 1 packet of unflavored gelatin into a heatproof
bowl, and mix with 2 cups of boiling water, stirring until the blue gelatin is clear, about 2
minutes. Allow to stand and cool but not thicken, about 10 minutes; gently pour onto
the white layer. Chill in refrigerator until the dessert is firm and cold, about 1 hour. To
serve, cut into squares.

INGREDIENTS
1 (14 ounce) can sweetened
1 package cherry flavored Jell-O mix
condensed milk

2 (.25 ounce) envelopes unflavored 1 (6 ounce) package blue raspberry


gelatin
flavored Jell-O mix

2 cups boiling water


2 (.25 ounce) envelopes unflavored
4 (.25 ounce) envelopes unflavored gelatin

gelatin
2 cups boiling water
1 cup boiling water

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Get Ready for Greenheads


Come mid-July, the dreaded greenhead flies commonly known as greenheads
descend upon the beaches of New England.

Greenhead flies, named for their large, bright green eyes, can be found in the
coastal marshes of Eastern North America. Unfortunately for us, that means they
love New Englands beaches.

Knowing about these pests can


help you plan your next beach trip
the safe way away from the
painful bites of greenhead flies.

Tabanus nigrovittatus emerges from


the salt marsh at summers
midpoint.

All salt marshes on Cape Cod


provide habitat for greenhead flies,
says Gabrielle Sakolsky,
entomologist and assistant superintendent at the Cape Cod Mosquito Control
Project. Our largest marshes, adjacent to the large barrier beaches of Sandy Neck
and Nauset, are the worst, because they have the largest amount of larval habitat.
There are no immune spots.

Learn more about these hungry, bloodsucking flies here.

Brew of the Month!


Collective Arts Brewing Ransack the Universe

Galaxy hops from Myrtleford, Victoria in Australia and Mosaic hops


from Yakima, Washington, USA, deliver aromas and flavours of tropical
fruits, mango and citrus. Light malt body lets the hops shine through,
and finishes crisp but not bitter. A hemispheric hop mashup.

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Boat of the Month


This new 2017 Cobia 201 CC is
powered by a Yamaha F150XB 4-
stroke outboard, and conveniently
packaged with an EZ Loader
aluminum 4000 lb. bunk trailer.

It's equipped with an anchor


holder, dual battery, bow cushion package, porta-potty with port
window, trim tabs, Weblon t-top w/ spreader light, raw water
washdown, and leaning post backrest.

SALE PRICE: $47,399.00

Product Highlight
The Siren Marine MTC is ushering in the future of the Connected Boat. Now oering a
brand new easy-to-use app, global 3G connectivity, the choice of wired and wireless
sensors, and more inputs than ever before, the MTC is the most
versatile and reliable system on the market.

Monitor bilge level, high water, temperature, and engine to make


sure systems are functioning properly

Track GPS position and set geo-fences to know where your


boat is at all times

Control your lights, A/C, and countless other systems from


anywhere

Secure your boat by connecting to entry alarms and motion sensors

Sale Price: $599

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