The Atlantic salmon is a renown world traveler. Salmon spawn in fresh water but spend
much of their life at sea. After one or more years at sea the Atlantic Salmon return to their
home river to spawn, in an extraordinary journey that may span more than 4,000 km of
open ocean. After spawning, they again return back to the sea the following spring. The
wild Atlantic Salmon is commonly known throughout the world as the 'King of all game fish'.
When combining 'fly fishing only' rivers, the 'King of game fish' and the 'most productive rivers' in the world,
you have the 3 main ingredients for a
successful fly fishing trip. Book today - we look forward to meeting you!
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 than a dry fly slowly drifting
in the current, or more powerful than that 'tug' from below the surface as the magnificent
Atlantic Salmon hits your fly! Absolutely nothing can compare to the adrenaline rush and
excitement of that very first fish taken on a fly.
The Miramichi River reproduces more Atlantic Salmon then any other river in the world
and is considered the 'Mother of all salmon streams'. Although the Main Southwest Miramichi
River consistently produces the most salmon throughout the angling season, it's equally famous
tributaries, the 'Little Sou'west', the 'Northwest Miramichi', 'Renous', 'Cains', 'Dungarvon'
and the 'Bartholomew' are also 'Great' rivers when the Atlantic Salmon runs are on!
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