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Pulamoo Fishing Report:  Success at Trout Brook with Kevin Ross showing his son Kyle how to hook into and land an early grilse.  All other groups did not tighten up on any salmon but enjoyed their time on the water.  Water was low for canoeing, which made the paddling quite interesting.  Check out...
In this session we finalized the details of our was the fishing groups: Canoe/Fish... -  Dale Taylor, Rebecca Taylor, Carly Russell and Micaela Hachey -  Jeff Wilson, Cody Stewart, Adam Travis and John McNally -  Ashley Hallihan and James Strang   River Guides... -  Jason Curtis, Jennifer Curtis, Emma Freeze and Kayla Arseneault -  Rick Hayward, Keith Comeau, Natalie Whitney, Dylan Ward, Jacob Smith and Stephen Miller -  Kevin Ross, Kyle Ross, Jacob Ashton and Thomas Sturgeon   Many thanks goes out to MSA and ASF for once again giving all students memberships to their organization.  Also, I would like to thank those who donated prizes for a draw where all members walked away with something.   Thanks goes out to... Nola Chiasson from MSA, Sydney Mattchett from Trout Brook Fly Shop and George Routledge from George's Fly Shop.  Much appreciated by all club members!!!
Reports are rolling in that there are bright salmon in both the Northwest and Main Southwest Miramichi Rivers.  It is looking good for next Sunday...
Northwest Trip: June 3rdThis week we discussed the details of our trip.  I have attached the schedule with the meeting times.  We also equipped our reels and tied some flies for our flybox.  School waivers and trip information is due by next Tuesday.  In this meeting we will be doing some draws and finalizing the details of the trip.
In this session we focused on our paddling techniques and how to handle ourselves in a canoe.  We also disussed wading techniques and the safety precautions.  Check out some of our pictures...
In this session (May 8) we discussed some of the 'unwritten rules' when it comes to the sport of fly fishing.  We looked at how to rotate through a pool, how to read the water and how to live release a fish.  We also planned out the details for our upcoming trip to the Northwest Miramichi on Sunday, June 3rd.
Here are some pictures that were taken during the Rotary Youth Conference...both the MVHS and Blackville Middle School tiers acted as leaders in the fly tying sessions.
This is a document that outlines what the MVHS Fly Fishing Club has done over the past 5 seasons.  We are hoping that more clubs will get formed throughout New Brunswick.  All of the internet resources can be accessed through the links within this document.  If there are any questions or comments, don't hesitate to contact us...
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This week we practiced all of our casting techniques (single haul, double haul, false cast and looping).  Jason Curtis also instructed club members on spey casting.  He discussed the equipment, the line and the casting techniques.  Club members were able to practice both the roll cast and the two...
RYLA MiramichiLast Friday we had 8 club members instruct lessons on fly tying to the participants of the Rotary Youth Leadership Conference at the Douglastown Community Centre.  Thanks goes out to those members involved who included:  Avery Gilks, Micaela Hachey, Brandon McKay, John McNally, Tyler Mullin, Carly Russell, Jacob Smith and Adam Travis.  It was a great event for everyone!


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Added: Fri, Oct 3 2014