INVASIVE SPECIES ALERT!

Smallmouth bass pose a severe threat to the entire Miramichi system, especially brook trout and Atlantic salmon. If you catch one: retain the fish, note your location (GPS coordinates if possible), and report to DFO immediately by calling 1-866-759-6600.

Note to Tubers

As the tubing season opens, MSA asks that Miramichi Tubers be mindful of our cold water pools along the river. These cold water habitats are a critical refuge for salmon and it is important they not be disrupted.

River Cam

View our live River Cam video feed from Bullock’s Lodge in Boiestown, New Brunswick.

Field Programs

The MSA has staff employed to conduct programs to protect & enhance salmon stocks in Miramichi.

Amendments to Mackerel Fishing Regulations

Review changes by clicking the link below

LATEST NEWS

Miramichi Smallmouth bass awareness campaign launched

SOUTH ESK, N.B. – People who fish the Miramichi River system are being asked to retain and report invasive smallmouth bass which were illegally introduced in a headwater lake more than 12 years ago. Members of the Working Group on Smallmouth Bass Eradication in the Miramichi, working with New Brunswick’s Department of Natural Resources and…

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2021 AGM - MSA REPORTS