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New Brunswicker’s expereriencing wet & dreary June.

New Brunswicker’s are experiencing a very wet and dreary month of June so far, ask any fly fisherman though and you will see a smile from ear to ear. The river is in superb shape and still about 12 inches above normal . These great conditions are paving the way for good fishing for late June and July. We are catching fish now, mostly salmon but the grilse are showing up too. Cool temps, perfect conditions, the run is on. The Cains is still a little too high for good dry fly fishing but nymphs and streamers are still working well. Looks like July is going to be the best period for dry’s. Biggest Sea-run brook trout taken so far this month was 26 inches. Plenty of fish in the 12- 19 inch range though .

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