Day: August 31, 2016

Fall Fishing Opportunities

by Tim Moore Contributing Writer Fall is just around the corner and I wanted to focus on some opportunities that many anglers miss. As the days get shorter and the nights get cooler, lakes and ponds begin to cool, which causes fish species such as crappie and northern pike to begin feeding aggressively. They do

Saudi Quebec

by Ken Gorrell, Weirs Times Contributing Writer It was in the upper 80s yesterday and the leaves are beginning to show fall colors, so it’s perhaps a strange time to be writing about maple syrup production. But economic lessons are eternal, not seasonal. Our neighbors to the north are learning one of those lessons now:

Doing Good Work

The dust is about to settle on another summer tourist season here in Central New Hampshire. Traffic is lighter, restaurants are less busy, the waterways not as frightening to navigate and the shopping carts at the local supermarket are tucked neatly into their corrals. Some businesses which depend strictly on the summer season are already