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Miramichi Salmon fishing improving

Posted by COUNTRY HAVEN MIRAMICHI in Fishing Reports, 20 July 2014 · 41 views

July 14th - Miramichi River Report




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July 14th - We've had a less-than-optimal start to our 2014 summer fishing season but are hoping that the worst is now behind us. We had a slower-than-normal start in June because of the lower numbers...

Penobscot River Update

Posted by Kevin McKay in Maine Fishing News and Conservation Efforts, 08 July 2014 · 33 views

Greeting,
 
It has been a long time since the last Veazie update was emailed.  A lot has happened since then, most notably the Veazie Dam is gone and Atlantic salmon trap operations have been occurring at the new fish lift at the Milford Dam as well as the new fish lift at the Orono Dam.  As of Yesterday, we have documented 66 Atlantic salm...

The General

Posted by Stick in Stick Around, 11 May 2013 · 1978 views

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“The General”    
So, an older gentleman (Bill) comes into my workshop one day asking about having some furniture repair done and notices the small collection of vintage fly rods on the wall and my “L.L. Bean Fly Fishing” hat (it’s...

My First Time

Posted by Kevin McKay in Some Where Between Bass and Trout, 18 November 2012 · 2090 views

My First Time My First Time
By Kevin McKay
edited by Jennifer Bowman-McKay

My first time is something I will never forget. I was in my 20's and this was totally new to me. I wanted to try it and wanted it bad. I know it was late in life for my first experience but it is just how it worked out. It was early on a dark and cold April morning. I...

Rolling On Salmon: Take 2 - The Penobscot River

Posted by GGP Films in Rolling On Salmon, 16 November 2011 · 2449 views
Gray ghost Productions and 4 more...

Gray Ghost Productions Blog: Rolling On Salmon Take 2 - The Penobscot River

Salmo salar. Arguably translated as “the leaper,” this Latin term describes a fish whose attempts at doing what it is genetically pre-programmed to do are nothing short of amazing. History has proven that if you give this fish an opportunity to succeed, it...

A Little Western Montana Gem

Posted by wj35 in Riffle Hitch Ramblings, 30 July 2010 · 1388 views

Here are a few pics from my trip to a little tributary of the Clark Fork. The smaller fish were taking big foam bugs, while the big boys were hunkered down on bottom because of the bright sunlight. Nothing a little tungsten bead soft-hackle couldn't cure though! The size of some of these trout surprised me because this creek is only 20 feet wide in...

Montana Report

Posted by Tom in A Sporting Chance, 27 May 2010 · 1797 views

Recent rains caused the latest Smith River trip to get cancelled. As part of 'PLAN B' we did a two day float down another river. I was lucky enough to get invited to fun float with my friend John along on the trip. The water was high and cloudy, but on the drop and clearing. This river doesn't have a ton of fish, but a reputation for big...



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