The Cains River salmon run is somewhat unique among the Miramichi tributaries. While in the main river and most other tributaries some salmon will run to the headwaters from the beginning of June until the end of the season, the Cains River salmon run stays in the lower few miles of the river until early September and then slowly advances up the river until finally sprinting for the headwaters as October rolls around. This illustration by John Rice depicts the timing and approximate locations of the run and shows the fish in the different stages of camoflauge that they take on. The print is a high quality giclée process made from a 70 mb file of the original artwork. It measures 11×14″ approximating the original size with extra margin for framing. The print will arrive securely rolled up in a proper shipping tube.