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Hallihan's Pool: June 9, 2011Last night I was able to get some fishing in at my home pool on the Main Southwest Miramichi.  With my nephew Ryley doing the videoing, I was able to land a beaultiful salmon on a #2 lime green (aka the mean green) machine...of course!  Club members are encouraged to take some video and photos as they are out fishing and send them to me via e-mail.  I will post and update the website throughout the summer.  Until the next update...TIGHT LINES!  
Michael Savoie hooks into and lands a nice salmon in front of his camp.  The MVHS Fishing Club are on hand to watch him play the fish.  Check out the video...
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Mr. Keith Comeau has hooked into a nice salmon and he gives Kathryn, Kayla and Robyn an opportunity to play the fish.  Check out the video for the details...
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John McNally and Adam Travis along with vertern guide Jason Curtis are at Trout Brook.  Check out the video for the details...

Posted: June 8, 2011

This past weekend the MVHS Fly Fishing Club invaded the Northwest Miramichi River with hopes of many tight lines.  The group included 14 club members, 2 alumni members and 10 experienced guides.  One group used canoes to travel to the pools from Miner's bridge down to Allison's camps.  The highlights included Brian Doyle losing a salmon at the Island pool (leader broke); Mr. Svarc seeing lots of fish at Dennis'; MacKenzie Clark rolling a fish twice at Dennis'; and of course many reports of fish being landed by fishermen who had been at the pools before we arrived. The other group used trucks to travel to the pools around the Wayerton bridge area.  The highlights included Avery Gilks rolling a fish at the Cable pool; guide Jason Curtis tightened up on a fish at Trout Brook and Mr. Keith Comeau hooking at nice salmon at his pool and letting Robyn O'Reilley/Kathryn Lynch/Kayla Arseneault play the fish. Everyone met at Allison's camp for the BBQ and exchange fishing stories.  It was here that our alumni member, Michael Savoie, showed the fishing club how to land a nice salmon.  Double/triple hauling a big bomber in front of his camp, a salmon decided to boil and Mike hooked into a dandy.  All club members formed an audience around Michael and watch him successfully land a beautiful salmon.  Check out the video that I have posted on the website...  What a way to end the day! With the end of the school year near can only mean the beginning of the summer salmon fishing.  The club is planning another fishing trip in July, except this time we will be invading the "big river"... the Main Southwest Miramichi.  Stay tuned for the details as we plan out the day and we will again give a fishing report after our trip. Congratulations to our graduating members with their recent induction as alumni members - where they each received a certificate, the infamous Pulamoo pin and an open invitation to join us on our fishing trips in years to come.  These members include:  MacKenzie Clark, Brian Doyle, Yoonhyung (Sara) Oh and last but not least Matthew Morris (who is the last original member when the club was formed 4 years ago when he was in grade 9).
Congrats to Michael Savoie on landing a salmon at Allison's pool...nice fish!
Here are some photos taken on our fishing trip on the Northwest...  Thanks to our photographers:  Robyn O'Reilley, John McNally and Sara Oh. 
Northwest MiramichiA big thanks to Mr. Greg MacDonald for stopping by on Thursday, June 2.  He was kind enough to share his river map of the Northwest stretch that we fished this past weekend.  He also shared some photos of the pools and explained how to fish them.  The members were also given an opportunity to ask questions and he explained some of the regulations involved with salmon fishing.
Our Pulamoo guides had a busy weekend on both the Northwest Miramichi and Main Southwest Miramichi rivers.  With a lot of salmon and grilse being lannded on the Nor'west, things are looking promising for our upcoming fishing trip.  With some fish in the river along with good water conditions, we...


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