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The RestigoucheThe Restigouche is a stately flow, winding through...

Posted on March 31 2014



The Restigouche

The Restigouche is a stately flow, winding through northern New Brunswick on its way to the Gulf of St. Lawrence. At its mouth rests the hamlet of Campbellton, a village with a penchant for Atlantic Salmon, the community’s lifeblood. They hold a multi-week salmon festival. There’s Salmon Avenue and the Miss (and Little Miss) Salmon pageants. Upstream there is no fanfare, only one of the thickest runs on Atlantics left in North America. They’re protected by law, but more so by logistics. Because unless you know someone high on the totem pole, you can’t get to them.

Read the rest of the story: Angling for Atlantic Salmon

original content and photo Brian Irwin

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