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Camp Bonaventure Fishing & River Report July 9th to 15th

Camp Bonaventure Fishing & River Report July 9th to 15th

 

Despite last weeks heat wave where temperatures climbed into the high 90’s, we managed to hook and land a number of fine salmon. The weather’s been hot and very humid across the Gaspe Peninsula and all our rivers are experiencing low water conditions. Despite lower water conditions we did however land a good number of salmon and grilse but we’re working a little harder for them.

 

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Jeff has been a regular at Camp Bonaventure for over 20 years, he’s a great friend and an awesome angler, nice one Jeff!

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Fred  has been part of Camp Bonaventure since day one. He sure knows how to catch them, congratulations Fred, see you in September!

 

The Bonaventure is low but still cool and holding at 12 cubic meters per second , very low for this time of the season. The Petite Cascapedia is seeing a nice run of fresh fish but the water is low at 9 Cubic meters per second. The Grand Cascapedia has been producing some nice fish but it’s also getting very low and flowing at 14.

 

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Pascale with her first one of the season, well done Pascale! see you next year.

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Jacqueline and Camp Bonaventure master guide Carol with a fresh run Bonaventure salmon, congratulations Jacqueline!

 

We could really use some rain, all the rivers on the Peninsula are low at the moment but certainly still fishable. We are fortunate that our rivers run cold from the Chic-Choc mountains and remain cool even when the weather warms up. The weather man is calling for showers on Monday and Tuesday, lets hope he’s accurate for once!

 

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Camp Bonaventure regular Serge sure know how to catch them, Nice one on our Poirier pool Serge!

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Martin comes all the way to Camp from Argentina each year, a great guy and master angler, nice start to the week Martin!!! congratulations.  

 

The hot fly’s for the week have been a mixture of dry’s and small wets. Green, Dark Brown and especially Blue Bombers were responsible for most of the catches. In the wet fly department, the John Olin, Green Butt and Black Ghost did the job, the Green Machine is also catching up pretty quickly as one of the best fly’s. The sizes that are working best are number 8’s 10’s and 12’s.

 

Until next week,

Tight Lines,

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Salmon Fishing Canada

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Salmon Fishing Canada

Salmon Fishing Canada

 

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