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News from the Atlantic Salmon Federation

Read the ASF RIVERNOTES blog, with detailed reports of returning wild Atlantic salmon. The posting is based on new information that has come in this week. The numbers are exceptional in many cases, and read how the weather has been helping in the past seven days. Reports are from Maine and New Brunswick to Labrador, and Quebec to Newfoundland.

http://atlanticsalmonfederation.org/rivernotes/

The Atlantic Salmon Federation has partnered on a Trapnet Inititiave in the Labrador Aboriginal Fishery that promotes sustainable harvests and increase in large salmon returning to spawning beds. Read more:

http://asf.ca/news.php?id=724

There is also access to an interview on the Trapnet Initiative at the very bottom of the ASF Rivernotes blog

http://atlanticsalmonfederation.org/rivernotes/
 

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News from the Atlantic Salmon Federation

Read the ASF RIVERNOTES blog, with detailed reports of returning wild Atlantic salmon. The posting is based on new information that has come in this week. The numbers are exceptional in many cases, and read how the weather has been helping in the past seven days. Reports are from Maine and New Brunswick to Labrador, and Quebec to Newfoundland.

http://atlanticsalmonfederation.org/rivernotes/

The Atlantic Salmon Federation has partnered on a Trapnet Inititiave in the Labrador Aboriginal Fishery that promotes sustainable harvests and increase in large salmon returning to spawning beds. Read more:

http://asf.ca/news.php?id=724

There is also access to an interview on the Trapnet Initiative at the very bottom of the ASF Rivernotes blog

http://atlanticsalmonfederation.org/rivernotes/
I'm new to Salmon fishing and the NBF forum so I may be wrong, but several weeks ago I thought I read that the salmon and grilse numbers were higher this year than 2010? Everyone is saying that this is the best fishing in decades but the numbers are now lower than 2010...I guess this is because the fish numbers were high at the beginning of the run when the water was cooler and higher (which made for good fishing)?
 
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