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Wilson’s Miramichi River Report Sept 17th

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Atlantic salmon fly-fishing conditions on the Miramichi River at McNamee as of Sept 17th . The Ruckno gang pictured here fished up until Sept 14th with mixed results but again a very successful trip according to party chief, “The Rev.” . The water has dropped off a little more since the 14th and the fish are still in the jumping mode . We have tried every fly in the book but it is still slow going and will probably remain so until these “fall fish” decide to turn on , which they always do. There are a few fresh fish but obviously the big fall push is not on yet . Small flys with long leaders is a suggestion and of course a good bomber presentation will work too. As for the weather , it is absolutely beautiful being on the water , it is sunny and only +15C. with very little wind and the fall colors are beginning to show . Fish on the line or not it is still the best time of the year to be on the river .

Comments

  1. Karl Arbogast says:

    Keith,
    Just wanted to send a note to thank you and staff for another great fishing trip. This is my fourth trip in as many years. They get better every year. All the guides did a great job putting us on fish. Also thanks for the fridge,Hope Bonnie did’nt miss it.
    Look foward to 2009.
    Thanks again.
    Karl Arbogast

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