Monthly Archives: June 2012

New Brunswick will celebrate Culture Days 2012

New Brunswick will celebrate Culture Days 2012

New Brunswick will be a part of Culture Days 2012, a Canada-wide celebration of culture on September 28, 29, and 30. Those who wish to take part in the celebrations can register their activities today on the national Culture Days website at www.culturedays.com. They must be free and open to the public. People are encouraged [Read More…] Read more »

Water levels at Blackville

The rain that we have received since last weekend has certainly helped the river conditions and should help bring fish in over the next couple of weeks. Personally I would like to see the sun again as would many anglers I am sure.   Read more »

Miramichi Fishing Report for Thursday, June 28, 2012

Rain on this past weekend, and more this week, certainly helped river conditions, adding oxygen to the water and raising the levels to spring high, or even higher.  Although a bit too much water for the present, it should be very beneficial for the rivers in the next couple of weeks, and should bring in […] Read more »

Celebrate Canada Day in Blackville!

Celebrate Canada Day in Blackville!

The Village of Blackville has a full weekend of events planned to celebrate Canada’s birthday! It all begins Saturday, June 30 with the Blackville Splashdown. The Volunteer Fire Department will once again be hosting this annual canoe run that begins … Read more »

Blackville School Hosting Summer Camps

Blackville School Hosting Summer Camps

Looking for something to educate, entertain or inspire you or your kids this summer? Blackville School will be hosting two summer camps for children in July. Children ages 5 to 7 are welcome to attend camp from Monday, July 9 to Thursday, July 12; camp… Read more »

Miramichi Fishing Report for Thursday, June 21, 2012

Miramichi Fishing Report for Thursday, June 21, 2012

The two key words this week are “slow” and “low”, and by the weather forecast, we might add “warm”. The traps nets at both Cassilis and Millerton were averaging less than five fish a day. There are small squirts of fish moving through, but in no great numbers. A few were seen jumping on the weekend in the city area. So, we are still in the waiting mode for the June run to begin. However, the fish go by their own calendars and they know water conditions a lot better than we do, so we have to trust them and be patient. Read more »

Come Play on Our River

Come Play on Our River

“Come Play on Our River” is an award-winning children’s day camp at the Atlantic Salmon Museum. It gives children a hands on approach at a traditional lifestyle to many along the Miramichi. Children ages 6 to 13 learn skills including Fly Tying, Casting, Fly Fishing and Canoe Safety, while making new friends. The camp runs… Read more »

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