Bag Limit Increased for Striped Bass

By Giv'er Miramichi / April 13, 2018 /

Minister LeBlanc announces increased bag limit for 2018 Striped bass recreational fishery in the Gulf Region. The Honourable Dominic LeBlanc, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, announced today management measures for the Striped bass recreational fishery in 2018 throughout the Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence. This area includes the Maritime Provinces adjacent to the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

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Tips on building your new deck.

By Northumberland Coop / April 12, 2018 /

Whether you’re building a brand new deck or maintaining an existing, there is plenty to consider. Sam from Safe Guard Home Inspections and TimberTips helps you get one step closer with these helpful tips

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Get Your Free Seeds #BringBackTheBees

By Giv'er Miramichi / April 11, 2018 /

During the last three years, Vesey Seeds has led the seed industry through their efforts to assist the planting of Bee Friendly Flower Seeds across North America. They are giving away seeds to over 300 million Canadians! Find out how to get yours here.

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5 Reasons to Build your Shed or Garage

By Northumberland Coop / April 9, 2018 /

A handsome, solidly constructed garage or shed is a great addition to any property. It provides valuable storage space, allows you to enjoy your hobbies in comfort, and can even increase the value of your home. Did we mention your neighbours would be really jealous? Are you ready to stop dreaming and start making this […]

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Registration has Opened for the $25 Loblaws Gift Card.

By Giv'er Miramichi / January 8, 2018 /

In December 2017, Loblaw Companies Ltd admitted to participating in an industry-wide price-fixing arrangement, which resulted in customers being overcharged for the cost of some packaged bread products. They are now offering eligible customers a $25 gift card to be used in their grocery stores across Canada. Loblaws owned stores include Atlantic Superstore, Real Canadian…

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Get Ready, Get Set… and Giv’er in 2018

By Giv'er Miramichi / January 1, 2018 /

This New Year don’t make flimsy resolutions that you will soon forget. Instead, take the time to make some solid goals for your future. Below is a bit of helpful information found in Jim Rohn’s videos on Goal Setting and a point by point plan to help you set your own goals and design your own life plan. Goal Setting…

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The Christmas Storm

By Giv'er Miramichi / December 21, 2017 /

The Christmas Storm by Joe Powers I’m a creature of habit, and that night was no different than any other, at least the first part. Following my regular routine of dinner for one I retired to my den and sat, quite contentedly, in my worn fabric, exceedingly comfortable, overstuffed armchair. In the stone fireplace before me, which provided…

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I’m Onto Your Tricks, Mr. Grinch!

By Giv'er Miramichi / December 19, 2017 /

by Judy Bowman For many, many years the Grinch stole my Christmas right out from under my nose. It was insidious, so quiet and sneaky, that only recently with episodes of flashes of silver joy and moments of deep blue peace, did I realize it had been missing. Had I called the police to report…

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Miramichi Fishing Report for Thursday, November 9, 2017

By Giv'er Miramichi / November 9, 2017 /
Bryant Freeman All Things Fishing

MIRAMICHI – Let us remember our Veterans on Remembrance Day November 11! On The Water: Christmas Shopping List (Clip and Paste) by Doug Underhill MIRAMICHI – With the fishing season over and equipment taken care of, I’ll wrap up another season with my annual Christmas shopping suggestions for the angler. I’ve checked with my friends…

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Miramichi Fishing Report for Thursday, November 2, 2017

By Giv'er Miramichi / November 2, 2017 /

NEXT WEEK: The Christmas Shopping List MIRAMICHI – Another angling season is in the books. The last three weeks of the season provided very good salmon angling, but we must wait to see the final numbers to make a proper assessment. Striped bass also picked up during the final weeks of the season. Jim Laws…

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Miramichi Fishing Report for Thursday, October 26, 2017

By Giv'er Miramichi / October 26, 2017 /

MIRAMICHI – The only remaining salmon rivers open until October 29 are the Bartibog, Tabusintac and Burnt Church Rivers which are all very low water at present. If we get the rain that is forecast for today, perhaps there will be an opportunity to encounter some fall fish in these rivers. Jim Laws of Miramichi…

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Miramichi Fishing Report for Thursday, October 19, 2017

By Giv'er Miramichi / October 19, 2017 /
Here’s the end product of a few of those great fall battles....

CORRECTION: Last week I inadvertently gave out wrong information regarding the daily retention number of stripped bass. I had stated “two” which was wrong. As of September 1 until October 31 the daily retention is ONE FISH ONLY between 50-75 centimeters. NOTE: For the past three weeks, there has been a disruption in this column’s…

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Miramichi Fishing Report for Thursday, October 12, 2017

By Giv'er Miramichi / October 12, 2017 /
Ledges guide Lloyd Lyons with salmon caught by Bob Lauer

MIRAMICHI – For the most part, this is the last week of the season with Sunday, October being the final day of 2017 for salmon. Exceptions are the Bartibog, Tabusintac and Burnt Church Rivers which close October 29. So a big THANK YOU to all my sources for their reports this season. Rain on Sunday/Monday…

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