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Wilson’s Miramichi Report August 2

Wilson’s Miramichi Atlantic salmon report for August 2 brings you low water. The water is staying cool overnight so fishing is best in the mornings. Surprisingly there are reports of a few fish moving through the system. We have reduced our rod numbers to a minimum and focusing on just three of the larger holding pools. Under these conditions one has to be careful to quickly and safely release your catch. Fly of choice this week is the “Almost Nothing”, which is tied just how it sounds, with a ten to twelve foot leader.

Wilson’s Free Adventure Pkg.

Let’s Go Tubing ………….! Free tubes when you rent a cottage during the month of August . Minimum four people per night . Or substitute for two canoes. Includes shuttle and PFD’s. Gas bar-b-que and private fire-pit for each cottage. Photo Credit -Jeremy Braya

Wilson’s Miramichi Report For July 21

Wilson’s Miramichi Report for July 21. Not much change from last week, the water is still low and warming up by the afternoon on most days. We have a decent number of salmon in the larger holding pools but hooking up is a challenge. We have the fish but we need rain. The forecast is for rain on Sunday with below normal air temps through most of next week.

Wilson’s Miramichi Report For July 14

It is time to get serious folks. The water is a little low but nice and cool in the mornings and reports from here to salt water is the best run all summer. Terry seen more salmon last evening and this morning than any day yet this season. Hooked a couple of beauties too. The Bonnie Belle , my favorite.

Wilson’s Miramichi Report for July 5th

Wilson’s Miramichi Report for July 5th brings you good news. The water is dropping slowly with temps running in the mid sixties , resulting in ideal conditions as we lead into the prime of the summer run. Fishing has been fairly slow in general but there are encouraging reports coming in almost daily now.

Wilson’s Miramichi River Report For June 25

Wilson’s Miramichi River report for June 25th. The water is up this morning app 6 inches and temperatures are ideal. We started hooking salmon three days ago so with these conditions we are expecting good fishing this coming week. Now is the time – Lets Go Fishing!

Wilson’s Miramichi Report for June 22

Wilson’s Miramichi Report for June 22. The water is lower than usual but still cool and most pools are fishing well. There are reports from other camps of salmon being hooked these last few days. Terry and guest lost a nice salmon yesterday and saw several more.

Wilson’s Miramichi Report For June 14

Wilson’s Miramichi River Report for June 14. The water height and temperature is ideal as the summer migration begins. We are having great sea-run brook trout fishing and there are reports of a few early salmon being hooked.

Wilson’s Miramichi Report for June 1st.

Summer is here and it is time to think about salmon fishing. Follow us on facebook for daily and weekly reports and, like and share our facebook page for a chance to win one of four sets of fantastic salmon flys. Also the eight winners will be entered into a draw for a grand prize of four anglers fishing our private pools for a day in 2017. LIKE & SHARE TO WIN !!!

Wilson’s Miramichi Report for May 3

Wilson’s Miramichi Spring season report for May 3rd. Sixth generation Salmon fishing guide Karl Wilson is all smiles after a record breaking week with third generation salmon angler Nick Purdy. Nick’s Dad Craig ( center front row) fished here with his Dad Truman Purdy nearly forty years ago and is reporting that 2017 was his best fishing ever. The water was high all week but clear, with large salmon to grilse ratio nearly 70%. Left to right, guide Kyle Price and Tyler Storey , guest Ken Hafer, Nick Purdy , guide Terry Stone, guest Bill Scullin , centre Karl Wilson and front centre Craig Purdy. May 3, 2017.