It is most encouraging to see younger anglers like Andrew , and others I have seen but not met , on the Cains who have an obvious love and respect for the resource . They appear to be taking a serious approach at doing things right . I also saw two anglers a couple nights before this who had a landing net but were not using it properly . They played the fish way too long and then took the fish onto the shore for pictures , and worst of all tried to revive the fish in shallow , warm and oxygen free water only ankle deep . The guy’s did not mean any harm but obviously lacked experience . As stake holders of this beautiful Cains River we should lobby government to recognize that with the Cains Crown reserve becoming more and more popular it might be a good time to launch an agressive education campaign . Maybe a group could get money from the Wildlife conservation trust fund to pay for brochures , signs and most importantly “River Guardians ” ( not wardens , though we need more of them ) who’s job is to randomly show up at pools and camp sites to preach the good word and actually assist anglers who appear to be “doing it wrong ” . There is an organization already formed called the Cains River Enhancement Association , this group is inactive at the moment but is recognized as a “group” by the Miramichi Watershed Management Committee . I urge all anglers of the Cains River to get involved by contacting the MWMC to see how we can get the Cains River Enhancement Association going again . I am not interested in setting as president but would help out and be interested in hearing if there are others who would like to go to work for the Cains River . The MWMC is an official group that government listens to and they get things done .