Coming on January 31 and running until February 16, auction of trips, tackle, art etc hosted on this website to benefit the MSA. Over 35 items will be offered. Click auction in the menu above for a partial preview.
Coming in March 2020 – “On the Cains: Atlantic Salmon and Sea Run Brook Trout Fishing on the Miramichi’s Greatest Tributary.”
Closings, as it has become known between Duncan Barnes – editor-emeritus of Field and Stream Magazine – and myself, is available directly from me through this website. If you request, I will be happy to sign your book to you personally.
Do you have any questions for me about the Miramichi or Atlantic salmon fishing in general? Just e-mail me and I’ll do my best to provide you with a thoughtful answer. If I don’t know the answer I’ll try and point you in the direction of someone who does.
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I really envy the Scots their long salmon season. In a great many of their “springer” rivers fresh salmon arrive during every month of the year. Sea-liced, chrome salmon slide in during December and are caught in early February with slight tinges of pink on their sides from sitting under the ice in a holding pool for 60 days. On the Miramichi we can only dream about a bright fish before sometime in late, …Read More →
I specify Main Southwest Miramichi because the Miramichi system is one with lots of branches, and many of them are substantial salmon rivers in their own right. While you are still in the brackish portion of Miramichi Bay the river splits into two branches, the Northwest Miramichi and Main Southwest Miramichi. If you look at Percy Nobb’s map of the entire river system –copy included inside Closings – you will see that it is, …Read More →