Thursday, October 16, 2008

Angler's still enjoying the extra fishing on the Cain's.

Fishing report for the Main South West Miramichi River and Tributaries by Guide Rodney Colford. With the season ending on the Main South West Miramichi yesterday we still are enjoying the extra fishing time on its tributary river the Cain's. The last couple days were very good fishing with several fish showing on the Cain's River. At the mouth of Sabbies River, reports of several fish were jumping all through the pool yesterday. At the Six Mile Pool some fish were seen jumping as well.

I was fishing Hanna's Bend for a couple days and saw several fish, only rolled a few and they hit short to the fly. Christeanne Gervin of Seattle Washington landed a 10lb and a 15lb salmon on Tuesday using a glitter bear and a same-thing-murray. Christian Stathis of NY had no luck the last couple days and was hammered fishing by his fiancĂ©e Christeanne. Peter Beresford of Moncton rolled a few at Moore’s Pool but had no hook ups.
The water temperature was 46F in the morning and 51F by the evening. Most fish we were getting were old fish that have been holding or moving from pool to pool. We have been getting some brookies from 8 to 12 inches. I have no reports of any new fish (salmon) to date. I will be posting some pictures of the big fish that Ron Falausy landed at Moore’s Pool last week when I receive them.
Tight Lines for today,
Rodney Colford
Phone: 506 843 6031