Hitting it Right! The Miramichi is blessed with a 16 week season during which one can reasonably hope to hook a bright salmon. That’s the longest Atlantic salmon season in North America, and while it is a wonderful blessing there are some issues to deal with during the middle of most seasons.  The most important of these issues are warm temperatures and water height.  All those who regularly fish the river try and end, …Read More →

The 2016 season so far and the coming fall run This morning, Tuesday August 10th the water temperature from the automated station in Doaktown is a relatively cool 67F.  After an even cooler start yesterday the temp reached about 74F, and that is not too bad for an early August mid-afternoon reading.  It will be warm the next two days, but then it looks like much needed rain for the weekend  – and hopefully, …Read More →