Since 1953  the Miramichi Salmon Association (MSA) has worked toward the preservation and enhancement of the wild Atlantic salmon. MSA continues to look to build its membership strength, so we encourage you, if not already a member, to please join our ranks.  Join us Now
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Vol. 24 October 2018
Annual Autumn Run Dinner Honours Senator David Adams Richards
The Miramichi Salmon Association, The Atlantic Salmon Federation and the New Brunswick Salmon Council co-hosted the 17th Annual Autumn Run Dinner at the Delta in Saint John on October 17 th . The dinner was a great success and featured guest speaker Senator David Adams Richards, who delivered a poignant, yet humourist speech on the state of Atlantic Salmon in New Brunswick. The silent and live auctions were a great success with many people commenting on the high quality of the items donated. The live auction alone generated over $40000 and featured a number of exceptional fishing trips, works of art, and tickets to sporting events. The MSA, ASF and NB Salmon Council would like to thanks all the donors, attendees and volunteers who made this fundraising dinner a great success! See you next year!
MSA Launches 'Friends of Cold-Water' Campaign
Our changing climate is warming our rivers, creating an urgent need to do all we can to help sustain the fresh water phase of the Miramichi salmon’s life. The MSA is leading the way on this front, having now restored and/or enhanced a total of 9 different cold-water habitat refuges in just the past 5 years, including a project this past September’18 at Burnt Land Brook in Boiestown, NB.
To help generate the necessary funding for its ongoing cold-water refuge program, the MSA has launched its annual ‘ Friends of ‘Cold-Water’ campaign. By supporting this year’s campaign, you’ll be helping to ensure the MSA is able to continue the cold-water habitat conservation work that is so essential to the long-term sustainability of wild Atlantic salmon within the Miramichi River system.

For a full description of the MSA’s cold-water projects, Click Here !
MSA Hosting Carleton County Dinner
This years Annual Carleton County Dinner,hosted in Hartland, NB, will honour long-time MSA member and avid-angler Dwight Perkins. The Evening, which is always a lively night,  will be held on Thursday November 8 th   the Covered Bridge County Club from 5:30-9:00 with Joe Palmer serving as Master of Ceremonies. 

There is still time to get tickets ($40 each) by contacting MSA Event Coordinator Butch Dalton at 506-457-2233 or via e-mail at .
MSA's 2018 Photo Contest Winners
This years Photo Contest was another great year with over 100 entries in 4 categories which made a tough job for our volunteer judges. To view all the winning photos be sure to head over to our website! Thank you to all those who submitted their beautiful photos of the Miramichi again this year.
Overall Member Winner: Iris Ciecko , Guides and Anglers, Blackbrook at the Mouth of the Cains with a Summer Rainbow
Overall Non-Member Winner: Jody Lynch, Southwest Miramichi, Rocky Bend Camp
This years photo contest was sponsored by :
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