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Old 06-24-2012, 01:26 PM
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Default Re: Vacationing in Nova Scotia

Hi,

I don't have a great wealth of experience fishing the Maritime Provinces but I have some. I'll make a guess that August is a bit late for fishing salmon and so your objective may be the brook trout. Depending on time and finances (always a consideration) you may find a ferry ride over the bay to PEI rewarding depending on weather and stream conditions. The island offers some opportunities for 'salters' especially with the approaching fall season. Salter's are brook trout that transition back and forth into fresh water streams and they can be large. I never fished up there in August, only June. I fished every stream I could find along the Cabot Trail and every other road I traveled there. Be advised that the trips I made there were in the time frame 1984 - 1988 and many rules regarding foreigners have changed since then.

I can put you in touch with an acquaintance there if you want and he will be able to help you to find the best opportunities and explain regulations for August fishing to you. PM me and I will contact him if you wish.

Ard
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