Monday, April 27, 2009

Miramichi Salmon Fishing Improving

Miramichi Fishing Reports and Conditions for the lower stretches of the SW Miramichi River. Fishing is starting to improve slowly with fish being caught on the lower stretches by the mouth of Cains River and also up the Cains as far as Sabbies River.

In this photo Mike Levine of NJ with a salmon we got trolling around 4:30 on a Renous Special. We lost another one just before this on a cast on the same fly.

The Miramichi is still very high and dirty in color and fish are not very interested in a fly. We are seeing fish rolling along the shore lines in the dirty water on the Miramichi River.

This photo is Jason Curtis and his sport landing a grilse on the Cains River.

This is at the Mouth of Cains River where you can see boats packed in the clearer water and with good results if you look closely you will see Lesley Hallihan and his sport landing a salmon they estimated around 36 inches long.

This is a photo of one of our cook outs or shore lunch that always draws the crowd around the fire. We had moose steaks & Sausage and beans & wieners! Very delicious!

I expect the fishing to be better over the next couple days after a very promising day today on the river. There are lots of fish around so those of you that were planning on last weekend to take your son or your dad out fishing this weekend will be the time to get er done. I will keep you posted in the next day or two on the fishing and the catching!

Tight Lines,
Rodney Colford
Colfords Atlantic Salmon Fishing

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