GPS Locator: N 46º 45.271" (46º 45' 16.26"), W 65º 47.620" (65º 47' 37.20')
Let us introduce you to the world of FLY-FISHING FOR THE WILD ATLANTIC SALMON. Of all the angling sports, fly-fishing is the most passionate among anglers worldwide. There really isn’t anything in the fishing world more delicate then a dry fly slowly drifting in the current, or more powerful than a 'tug' from below the surface as the magnificant wild Atlantic Salmon hits your fly! Absolutely nothing can compare to the excitement of that very first fish taken on a fly.
The Atlantic Salmon is a renowned world traveller, spawning in fresh water but spending most of it's life in the ocean. After one or more years at sea, the Atlantic Salmon returns to it's home river to spawn, in an extraordinary journey that may span more than 4,000 km of ocean. After spawning they again return back to the sea the following spring and may return to the river where they were born a number of times throughout their lifespan, each time increasing in size and strength, providing a greater challenge to the fishermen.
The wild Atlantic Salmon is commonly known among fishermen as the "King" of game fish. Is it any wonder why many fishermen travel, on an annual basis, from around the world, to fish for this much sought-after species?
So Click on the Links above, come on in to this site and take the first step towards an exciting and memorable fishing adventure.
Spring Promo 2021
A New Brunswick Fish & Hunt Promotion is offering New Brunswick residents special pricing on guided outfitter packages - until July 15th - for stays of two nights or more. These Special Deals offer you a chance to experience a world class fishing experience for Atlantic Salmon, Trout or Striped Bass for a 20% discount off our regular prices. |
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