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Wilson’s Miramichi River Report Oct 9th


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Atlantic salmon fly-fishing conditions for the Miramichi River at McNamee as of Oct 9th . The water is coming down very slow and we guess that it will remain higher than normal till the last day ( Oct 15th ) . We are seeing and hooking fewer fish than before the big raise but the fish we are hooking are some real beauties . In the last three days we landed four fish in the twenty pound range so that makes up for the lazy grilse for the moment . The weather is forecast to stay clear so we predict that as the water continues to drop we will have better fishing . There are reports of decent fishing on some parts of the lower Cains River but the upper watershed is still slow , they will show up as always , but sometimes not till after the close. The Cains actually needs another little raise to get the fish into the headwaters before the 15th . Big red/orange flys are working best .


  1. Geoff Giffin says:

    Hi Keith,

    Was on the Cains on the weekend with my brother and a few friends. Water was very high but dropping. Two grilse released in our party and a number of fish rolled but all in all, very slow. I found that a big green bomber was working best for me to generate interest. Rolled a few on it and took a grilse on it.


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