Notice to Recreational Anglers
Fisheries and Oceans Canada,
Reopening of salmon holding pools to angling in the Miramichi River system
Moncton, New Brunswick – July 23, 2019 - Fisheries and Oceans Canada wishes to inform the public that 27 salmon fishing pools closed since July 19 due to warm waters will be reopened to angling for all species of fish, following an improvement in water conditions. These changes are effective as of Wednesday, July 24, 2019.
Reminder: note that the following salmon pools, closed since July 1st, will remain closed until December 31, 2019:
- Confluence of Sutherland Brook and Northwest Miramichi River, including the waters of Sutherland Brook upstream to the Highway 420;
- Waters of the Southwest Miramichi River in Quarryville, 300 m upstream and 300 m downstream of the Quarryville Bridge, including Indian Town Brook from its confluence with the Southwest Miramichi River, upstream to Highway 108 bridge;
- Confluence of Wilson Brook and Southwest Miramichi River, including the waters of Wilson Brook 100 m upstream of its mouth, an area locally known as the Bear Den;
Please refer to Gulf Variation Order 2019-064 for further details. The Orders Registry is available online at:
To report any suspicious fishing activity, please contact the nearest Conservation and Protection detachment in the Gulf Region or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
For more information on this fishery, please contact:
Regional Senior Fisheries and Aquaculture Management Officer
Fisheries and Oceans Canada – Gulf Region
Moncton, New Brunswick
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