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Kayak University 9 will be held at Rockywold-Deephaven Camps on Big Squam Lake in Holderness, NH.
This four-day event is New Hampshire’s only kayak fishing weekend destination event.
Fish and learn from some of the most knowledgeable and friendly kayak anglers in New England,
as well as industry professionals.
Learn from some of the best (and nicest) kayak anglers in New England, meet other kayak anglers of all skill levels, and build community.
Enjoy rustic shared accommodations, great food, great fishing, informative seminars, fireside chats, giveaways, and being a part of our amazing community of anglers.
Fish for smallmouth or largemouth bass, landlocked salmon, lake trout, rainbow trout, yellow perch, or white perch.
Bring your kayak and fishing gear, and come prepared to make memores and form lasting friendships.
Don’t have a fishing kayak? RDC has a fleet of Old Town Predator PDL (pedal drive fishing) kayaks available for rent at a rate of $75/day or $170/3 days.
Please contact RDC at (603) 968-3313 (after you have registered for Kayak University) to rent a fishing kayak.
Have questions about the event? Email the event director
info @ TimMooreOutdoors . com
$675 per person
(Thursday evening – Sunday lunch)
(Thursday through Sunday)
Private access to Big Squam Lake
Seminars by industry-leading professionals
Contact event director Tim Moore at
or click the REGISTER NOW! button.
Please DO NOT contact Rockywold-Deephaven Camps for Registrations
18 Bacon Rd.
Holderness, NH 03245
Below are answers to frequently asked questions.
Q: What does “shared lodging” mean?
A: Our event will be housed in several different cabins with varying capacities. Each cabin consists of several bedrooms. Each bedroom has two twin beds. Attendees coming with a friend (or couples) will be placed together when requested. Couples are welcome to push beds together. Single attendees will be placed together to maximize space.
Q: Are there kitchens in the cabins?
A: No, there are no kitchens. Each cabin has a small kitchenette area with a sink to wash coffee cups, make coffee, etc., and an antique ice box. Each winter, RDC harvests ice from Squam Lake and stores the ice in their ice houses. Ice is delivered to the ice boxes by RDC staff. With limited ice box space, we request that each attendee bring their own cooler if they wish to bring drinks or food items that need to be kept cool.
Q: Can I bring my pet to Kayak University?
A: Sorry, no. RDC does not accomodate pets.
Q: Do I need to bring my own kayak?
A: RDC has a limited number of Old Town Predator PDL (pedal drive) fishing kayaks for rent. You may rent one by contacting RDC after you have registered for Kayak University to arrange rental. Kayak rentals are on a first come first served basis.
Q: Are life jackets required?
A: Yes! You must provide your own PFD and wear it at all times when on the water. This is an event requirement.