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New Hampshire Rivers Council ~ About Us
www.nhrivers.org, 12 Nov 2013 [cached]
Dave Magnon, Errol, NH
Dave Magnon comes to the NHRC Board of Directors as the former Chair of the New Hampshire Trout Unlimited Council.
During that tenure he was instrumental initiating projects focusing on the coldwater fisheries restorations of the Upper Connecticut River headwaters area and Nash Stream.
In addition, he was involved in establishing Trout Unlimited's very successful New Hampshire Youth Trout Camp.
As a Certified Fly-Fishing Instructor for the NH Fish and Game Department, Dave has volunteered hundreds of teaching hours each year to the "Let's Go Fishing" and Becoming an Outdoorswoman Programs.
He has also mentored survivors of breast cancer in the NH/VT Casting for Recovery retreats, and disabled veterans participating in Project Healing Waters.
Mr. Magnon holds BS and MA degrees from Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee.
He has taught construction and alternative energy technologies at Manchester Community College and is a former adjunct Instructor in English at Hesser College.
He lives in Millsfield near the Androscoggin River with the love of his life, Jacqueline, and their dog Buddy.
New Hampshire Rivers Council ~ Contact Us
www.nhrivers.org, 5 Mar 2012 [cached]
Dave Magnon, Errol, NH
www.merrimacktu.org, 11 Feb 2006 [cached]
Dave Magnon Vice-President firstname.lastname@example.org 603-624-7623
Portsmouth Herald Local News: N.H. river levels are dropping
www.seacoastnews.com, 15 Jan 2007 [cached]
"We're noticing in the whole width and breath of New Hampshire, there is an effect on flow rates," said Dave Magnon, Trout Unlimited's New Hampshire council chair.
Dave Magnon: Introduction to ...
www.nhbow.com, $reference.date [cached]
Dave Magnon: Introduction to Fly-tying, Fly-Fishing from A - Z and Fly Fishing on the Water
Dave is the outgoing Chair of the N.H. Trout Unlimited Council.
He has fly-fished extensively for the last 35 years from Alaska to the Rockies to New England, and still finds the most beauty and outdoor excitement right here in New Hampshire!
He has taught fly fishing as part of the Project Healing Waters program for disabled veterans and acts as a river guide/mentor in the Casting for Recovery retreats for breast cancer survivors and is a Let's Go Fishing Instructor with N.H. Fish and Game.