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I generally agree with JR above--August is generally very slow on the Gaspe (I guess technically the Restigouche isn't on the Gaspe, but grouping it here), and everywhere else, but over the years I've had some of my best weeks in August on the Cascapedia. It all depends on nature--rain/no rain; hot/mild; the run is early/late etc. So if you have a chance to go, at a decent price, give it a shot. I would.
 

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If the price is halfway decent, I'd go in a heartbeat. You don't get many chances to fish these rivers and you never know what might be going on. Even with no fish, which has occurred many times, the experience is worth it. I fished once for 21 days on various salmon rivers without a pull, and would do it again--you just have to put in the time.(of course if I had too many of those 21 day stretches I might rethink my passion!)
 
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