Welcome to the Miramichi Salmon Association

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Since 1953 the Miramichi Salmon Association (MSA) has worked toward the preservation and enhancement of the wild Atlantic salmon, and for the protection of its habitat in the Miramichi watershed. The MSA encourages all anglers to practice catch-and-release fishing with barbless hooks. MSA continues to look to build its membership strength, so we encourage you, if not already a member, to please join our ranks.

The latest news…

  • MSA's 2018 Recreational Fishing Position

    The following information represents MSA’s advice to DFO for the 2018 recreational fishing management plans for Atlantic salmon and striped bass in the coastal and inland waters of eastern New Brunswick (Gulf Region). MSA's position is not far from that of ASF or the Miramichi Watershed Committee. ...

  • Join us for the 63rd Annual Boston Dinner Honouring John Gerstmayr

    64th MSA Annual Boston Dinner – Saturday, February 3, 2018– Burlington, MA The 64th Annual Boston Dinner and Symposium will be held Saturday, February 3rd. On this occasion, you will be joining fellow anglers, conservationists and honoring John Gerstmayr, a MSA (US) board member who was instrumen...