Yahoo! It’s “Bomber” season on the Miramichi. There has been a lot of salmon move in to the rivers lately and now with the water down to normal and temps rising the fish are pooling up. It is time to dig out your favorite bomber and test your skills.Call Wilson’s today for discounts on cottages, guides and private pool rental. 1-877-365-7962
Wilson’s Miramichi River Report for July 16-2016. Woke up this morning in amazement with nature, not a drop of rain fell in McNamee but the river was up nearly 10 inches. The Clearwater Brook gauge indicates app 29mm fell there in the last twenty four hours. This is great news for salmon anglers . We have a great run of fish moving in the lower reaches so with this raise of water and more rain coming Sunday , and cool temps, we predict the fishing to really improve.
Wilson’s Miramichi River Atlantic Salmon report for July 14 shares Brad Burns report from the Blackville area. Photo credit goes to Brad Burns showing guide Jason Curtis holding a beautiful fresh run Atlantic salmon. Check out Brads full report by following the link.
Fishing Friends – Check out this link to my Miramichi fishing blog. I’ve got a report on the recent fishing and some photos and videos including BIG fish to share with you. Pass it on! You don’t need to buy my book to get on the mailing list for these blog updates – but I sure appreciate it if you do! Brad
Wilson’s Atlantic salmon report for the Miramichi River on July 11th.The Miramichi salmon run is developing nicely. The water is near perfect and temps are ideal. Salmon are not pooling up much yet, they are running straight through but that will change this week with warmer weather on the way. Peter D showing off one of five nice Atlantics he landed.
Wilson’s Miramichi Report for June 29. The recent warm weather did not help us any but now the cooler temps and rain today should stir a few salmon up for sure. Check out one of the best salmon flys on the water today, the Bonnie Belle.
Pictured above is the latest and greatest product on the market to help anglers stay on their feet while fishing slippery conditions . Lucky for you , the Miramichi in the McNamee area is very easy to wade and very seldom slippery . As you can imagine this gear works great , BUT these boots tear the heck out of our cabin floors and canoes . Our beautiful 28 foot cedar strip canoes will not take this kind of abuse . These canoes are very expensive and we take great pride in keeping them in immaculate condition .
This gear will not be allowed at Wilson’s , we will be inspecting your footwear to make sure . Not to worry though folks , we have plenty of good quality Orvis felt sole waders on site that you are welcome to use .