Monthly Archives: October 2013

On The Water

With angling season over, one way to stay close to the water during the winter is to join a fly-tying and/or salmon conservation group.  When you hit the water next spring, you’ll feel more a part of the whole process.  Either is a good way to further interest in the species we love. Perhaps join… Continue Reading






Miramichi Fishing Report for Thursday, October 24, 2013

We are down to the last few days on the Bartibog, Burnt Church and Tabusintac Rivers which close October 29.  Then it is official.  The angling season for the Miramichi is over for another year.  So enjoy the final few days “on the water”. Looking back on the season, Derek Munn of Ledges Inn in… Continue Reading






Miramichi Fishing Report for Thursday, October 17, 2013

With the exception of the Bartibog, Burnt Church and Tabusintac Rivers which close October 29, the angling season for the Miramichi is over for another year.  Now it is time to reflect on what kind of a season it was, and perhaps what should be done to improve it for the future.  I have contacted… Continue Reading






Miramichi Fishing Report for Thursday, October 10, 2013

The angling season, for the most part, is quickly coming to a close with most areas finishing on Tuesday, October 15.  Exceptions include the Bartibog, Burnt Church and Tabusintac Rivers which close October 29.  Be sure to check with local fishery representatives for any specific details. For the most part, angling continues to be very… Continue Reading






Miramichi Fishing Report for Thursday, October 3, 2013

Gradually, water levels are getting to fishable levels and anglers are starting to hook a few fish, but in no great numbers.  The Fall foliage is beginning to hit full stride and with bird season now open, it is time for a little “Blast ‘n Cast”. W. W. Doak and Sons in Doaktown said water… Continue Reading