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New Brunswick Trout Fishing

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New Brunswick has lots of fresh waterand great trout fishing.

The brook trout is a native of eastern North America and is Atlantic Canada's most common trout. It is extensively distributed throughout the Atlantic provinces, including New Brunswick in cool, clear lakes, ponds, and streams. The brook trout is the fish most preferred by anglers in New Brunswick. In some areas, the sea-run brook trout that leaves fresh water and go to sea are popular. Along with fly fishing, lure fishing for brook trout has become very popular. With strictly enforced bag limits and continuous restocking programs, New Brunswick's sport fishery should have a healthy future.

Imagine fishing for trout in crystalline azure waters .... drift fishing ...choosing the perfect lure or fly... discovering your very own fishing hole ... and finally savoring the taste of your pan fried fresh trout.

From day trips to expedition-style fishing you can discover New Brunswick like you've never seen it before..

You can learn more about a trout fishing outfitter by clicking on the outfitter "name links" below for details and rates info.

The location of each lodge is shown for your convenience.

Try a New Brunswick Trout fishing adventure with these feature Outfitters

Grey Rapids - Miramichi River

Country Haven Lodge and Cottages, your "one-stop destination" for your outdoor vacation in Eastern Canada. On the banks of one of the most famous salmon fishing rivers in the world, one can understand why fly fishing for Atlantic salmon or trout is our number one activity. For more than a century the Miramichi has attracted the elite of sport fishermen from all over the world.

The main lodge consists of five bedrooms, 3 bathrooms,and a modern kitchen and dining area. The newly constructed cottages consist of 2 bedrooms, a bathroom and comfortable living room.

Trout Brook - Miramichi River

Adventures steeped in tradition await you at Upper Oxbow Outdoor Adventures where we have been stewards of the river for five generations. Your cabin on the hillside overlooking the river bids you welcome. We are pleased to boast our four star Canada Select rating. The cabins have all the luxuries of home away from home living with full amenities. - Self Catering and American Plan Dining

Are you ready to learn the intricacies of the art of salmon fishing? Come learn from our experienced guides how to tie on your flies, read the water and cast your line on a day visit or spend a week on a salmon angling package which is all inclusive.

Three Islands - Miramichi River

Smoker Brook lodge stands on the banks of the Northwest Miramichi in the middle of the once- thriving community of Three Islands, New Brunswick. A twenty-minute drive north from the town of Newcastle the lodge is easily accessible by car. Described as a sportsman's and nature lover's paradise, adventures steeped in tradition await you where your cabin on the hillside overlooking the river bids you welcome. - Self Catering and American Plan Dining

The Northwest Miramichi has been a well-kept secret for generations. The rivers start their journey at some 2000 feet and drop to sea level within 70 miles. The variety of terrain offers a plethora of fishing opportunities with excellent fly-fishing for Atlantic salmon and Trout April thru October. .

Tide Head - Northern N.B.

Let us take you on a fishing adventure whose memories will last a lifetime. Imagine fishing along one of the most famous salmon rivers in the world catching 10 or 12 fish each day, every day. There is no limit on spring salmon (hook and release). Most of these fish will range from 7 or 8 pounds to 30 lbs plus. You will also have the chance to bag up to 5 large sea trout a day (typically up to 6lbs each).

We travel the Restigouche and Matapedia by 26 ft. cedar and fiberglass canoes powered by 15 hp outboard motors. A typical day of fishing is 8 to 10 hours. All our professional licensed guides are local people. Accommodations will be at one of our fine local hotels and a short drive from the fishing.

The elusive Trout is one of natures great rewards. Come trout fishing in New Brunswick
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