Monthly Archives: July 2011

Miramichi Fishing Report for July 28, 2011

As we prepare to move into August, angling continues to be on the positive side. We’ve had tremendous runs of both grilse and salmon, water levels and temperatures have been very positive for the most part, and there are still decent numbers of fresh fish entering the system daily. The Cassilis counting fence on the… Continue Reading






Miramichi Fishing Report for July 21, 2011

There are both good and bad to report this week. First the good. There are still good numbers of fish in the system, and the trapnets are putting through an average of 25 grilse and four salmon a day, which is certainly down from the exceptional runs of the previous week, but about normal for the time of year. Continue Reading











Miramichi Fishing Report for July 14, 2011

Angling continues to be extremely positive with excellent numbers of fish in the system, the like not seen in years. High water and some warm days caused a slight slowing, but the over all picture remains great. Attesting to this are reports that the Trapnet at Cassilis on the Northwest was getting a steady average… Continue Reading






Miramichi Fishing Report for July 7, 2011

NEW MANAGEMENT MEASURES FOR ATLANTIC SALMON FISHING ON THE NORTHWEST MIRAMICHI RIVER SYSTEM Moncton – Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) wishes to inform the public of changes in management measures for Atlantic Salmon angling on the Northwest Miramichi River system. Effective July 6, 2011, at 12:00 p.m. (noon), the following stretches will become mandatory catch… Continue Reading