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Old 01-05-2012, 05:57 PM
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Default Re: rivers in NB....guide only???

New Brunswick is a wonderful place to fish. Yes, Riparian Rights, as they are called, allow the owners of those riverbed rights to restrict access...except during the spring season. But then, there is the Crown Reserve system of Salmon pools. Only residents may apply to a draw to fish those pools; non-residents may not fish them under any condition. I really don't think the salmon fishing "rules" are very difficult to interpret. There is a hell of a lot of beautiful salmon water to fish in that province.

And I would say wannafish is on the money about the "why" of a Guide II license.

Gary

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