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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-21-2011, 09:31 AM Thread Starter
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September- Fresh Atlantics?

I have some down time in September and was curious if anyone had recommendations on where the best place to find late run Atlantic salmon would be. I usually fish Gaspe in the spring -summer but would be willing to go anywhere in Eastern Canada that doesn't require a guide. Not so much into chasing fish that have been in the river for months. Thanks!!!!
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-21-2011, 09:55 AM
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Margaree

You can try the Margaree in Cape Breton NS

http://www.margareens.com/fishing.html
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The Miramichi and other rivers in New Brunswick have a great fall season, but guides are required for non-residents.
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Ireland, great fishing on the Blackwater in September.
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good morning,

go to the umbariver!
fish there for fresh fish in september, oktober. the guides call the fish osenkas.
this fish come late and they are realy fat because they stay a year in the river before spawning.

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Stonyflats,

The Margaree is a good bet. We have other Northumberland streams that have Autumn runs of fish, but they are water dependant. The Margaree is reasonably consistant that time of year. It is also an easy stream to get to know, and the pools are quite defined.

Bonaventure in September can also be quite good, or miserably poor depending upon water conditions.

Good luck.

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