News from the Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF)
Salmon Farmers in New Brunswick are temporarily allowed to use the restricted pesticide Alphamax (deltamethrin) against sea lice, which worries fishermen and environmentalists.
An interesting letter from the Chairman of Fisheries Committee for the NB Wildlife Federation appeared in the Telegraph Journal on the issue of smallmouth bass in the Miramichi River.
Speaking of the Miramichi: Despite the economic slump, salmon lodges on the Miramichi did very well this year.
Donal O’Brien, Former Chairman of ASF (U.S.), recently received The Audubon Medal from the National Audubon Society in recognition of his dedication to advancing conservation on a global scale for five decades.
ASF is hosting the Annual Saint John Dinner with the NB Salmon Council and the Miramichi Salmon Association on Wednesday, November 3.
For more information or tickets, call 1 800 565-5666 or e-mail Tiffini at firstname.lastname@example.org
ASF’s Annual Fundraising Dinner in New York will be held at The Plaza on November 10.
For information or tickets, please contact Jill at 212.692.5997 or email@example.com or Tiffini at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To view auction items, go to:
To keep track of breaking news on wild Atlantic salmon, use the Atlantic Salmon Federation’s presence on Facebook. Log in, search for Atlantic Salmon Federation, and sign up as a fan.
ASF’s Webworks is an updating service on the world of the wild Atlantic salmon. If you wish to be added or removed from the list, email email@example.com