I was just at Meadow Brook on saturday. The water was suprisingly low so i didn't fish it.
Wild trout have it tough in NH; granite bedrock, competition from invasive fish species, water quality (especially high temps) and quantity, stocking policies to list a few. This results in finding the remaing wild fish in the headwaters and finding them in the most remote ponds.
I wanted to say that i'm apart of NHTU. The wild trout program (and trophy section of andro.) was brought about for many of the reasons given in this thread. Each year we hope to have more waters assigned to this management style but it hasn't been easy for many reasons. As mentioned before we (NHTU) are looking into a Back The NH Brookie program and tonight will be our second meeting.
It seems that each year a new wild trout water is under attack from something. Please consider getting involved individually or by joining a fishing/ watershed group that cares about wild trout. Brookies really need help in NH.