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Good News On The Striper Threat

HI All

DFO Minister Keith Ashfield announced today the re-opening of a limited, recreational Striped bass fishery this season. A retention fishery will be open from May 1 to May 15, 2013, where anglers will be able to catch and retain a maximum of one Striped bass per day and will be prohibited from possessing more than one Striped bass at any given time. A catch and release fishery will follow.
The MSA is very concerned with the increased number of striped bass in the system over the last few years. The Northwest Miramichi is the spawning ground for the bass and they are in the river at the same time as Atlantic salmon smolts are migrating downriver.
The full press release can be read at

Nola Chiasson
Membership Programs Coordinator
Miramichi Salmon Association
485 Route 420
South Esk NB E1V 4L9
Tel: 506.622.4000


  1. Green Ghost says:

    A gret Idea to reduce the stripers. The salmon are criticle to the region in many aspects. The stripers are ravenous predators. The only predator to stripers is man. AND they are great eating which is why they were nearly commercially harvested into extinction. Great angling on fly and spin gear. Please do catch and retain stripers for the survival of the salmon!

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