My father and I hunted Maine for moose a few years ago. From what I've seen of New Hampshire, I would think it's close to being the same kind of hunt. We hunted on private land owned by timber companies. My father is disabled so that kept us fairly close to the logging roads. We still saw a lot of moose. I would recommend buying a moose call and video and learning how to use it. The rut is near the end of Sept. I was still able to call bulls during the first week and a half of October. The moose will travel quite some distance to your call, so if you find a spot you like, be patient the moose will come in to your call. My dad ended up getting his moose on the third day of the hunt about 100 yards from the truck. This ended up being a good thing because I didn't have to haul the 665 lbs of field dressed moose that far. Believe me , that was far enough. I'm sure that we could have found a bigger one farther from the road. It's just that it's a pretty big animal to haul out and the forests in New England are very dense. The fall foliage up there is something to see as well. If you have any specific questions, send me a pm and I'll answer them the best I can.