Monthly Archives: October 2011

‘Getting Our Kids in the Game’ Sports campaign!

Donate Gently Used Sporting Goods to Students in Miramichi! Drop off any gently used sporting equipment between Sept. 26th & Oct. 14th Students of School District 16 & the young people of Miramichi City will be the recipients of the used sporting equipment you donate! When you drop off and *tag your items at any… Read more »

Songwriters Circle at Saltwater Sounds

In celebration of the upcoming New Brunswick Music Week, Saltwater Sounds will be hosting a Songwriting Circle with local Miramichi songwriters Terry Whalen, Connie and Paul and more. Come on down to the shop and experience just some of the local talent that Miramichi has to offer. Saltwater Sounds 1738 Water Street 773-8010 Read more »

Miramichi Fishing Report for October 13, 2011

As the season enters the final few days, there are good numbers of fish in the system. Generally, the catching has been difficult in most places, but there are some exceptions, and water conditions have been good.

With the season closing for the majority of rivers by Saturday’s end, there are only a few which remain open until October 29. These are the Bartibog, Burnt Church and Tabusintac Rivers. Read more »

Miramichi Fishing Report for October 13, 2011

As the season enters the final few days, there are good numbers of fish in the system. Generally, the catching has been difficult in most places, but there are some exceptions, and water conditions have been good.

With the season closing for the majority of rivers by Saturday’s end, there are only a few which remain open until October 29. These are the Bartibog, Burnt Church and Tabusintac Rivers. Read more »

Miramichi Fishing Report for October 6, 2011

As we move into the final weeks of the season for most rivers, there are positives and negatives. On the plus side, there are very good numbers of fish being report across the system, although not many fresh ones. The negative is that in some places they are not taking well and are hard to hook. The water is also high in some places.

The counting fences at both Cassilis and Millerton are both reporting very few fresh fish each day, and some days none. Yet, anglers are catching some darker fish with sea-lice.

MSA Hatchery Manager Mark Hambrook said the hatchery staff will be starting the hatchery spawning process next week. They will be doing this on alternate days and only in the mornings. If anyone is interested in observing the process, please contact the hatchery at (506)622-1781. There is no admission fee. Read more »

Miramichi Fishing Report for October 6, 2011

As we move into the final weeks of the season for most rivers, there are positives and negatives. On the plus side, there are very good numbers of fish being report across the system, although not many fresh ones. The negative is that in some places they are not taking well and are hard to hook. The water is also high in some places.

The counting fences at both Cassilis and Millerton are both reporting very few fresh fish each day, and some days none. Yet, anglers are catching some darker fish with sea-lice.

MSA Hatchery Manager Mark Hambrook said the hatchery staff will be starting the hatchery spawning process next week. They will be doing this on alternate days and only in the mornings. If anyone is interested in observing the process, please contact the hatchery at (506)622-1781. There is no admission fee. Read more »

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