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Wilson’s Miramichi River Report For July 28th

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Atlantic salmon fly fishing conditions for the Miramichi River near McNamee for July 28th . The water is holding very well , actually some pools are still too high but we are taking advantage of others that fish only in this height . Air temperatures are still cool at night keeping the the water cool too . Air temps are supposed to warm up today but cooling right down again for the next ten days . We are picking up some nice fresh run grilse and the occasional salmon . Mostly on black stuff and of course the old faithful green machine .

Comments

  1. I was up at my camp in Juniper on Monday Keith and the brooks are still running higher than usual for summer in the headwaters. Clearwater Falls had a pretty good roar going on. Heavy showers on Monday in that area and continued runoff should keep the water high for a few days down your way. I plan to try the fishing up that way on the weekend so don’t catch all those travelling fish!
    Tight lines,
    Mac

  2. Steve Buckley says:

    Conditions certainly improved at the end of last week. After two fishless days, I picked up seven fish between Saturday and Monday. Thanks, Keith, Karl and Joe for helping to make up a nice trip. The forecast for the next week or so looks pretty good. You should have more than enough water going into August. I hope your temperatures stay down.

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