The 17th Annual Freeman Dunnett MSA Conservation Dinner will be held on Thursday, May 18th, 2017 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in downtown Moncton. The evening begins at 5:30pm with a reception with the Dinner and Live Auction to follow at 7:00pm. This years dinner will be featuring the Collaboration for Atlantic Salmon Tomorrow (CAST).
In addition offering trips to the Clearwater and Mountain Channel salmon camps on the Southwest Miramichi, this year’s dinner will also feature for the first time an opportunity to experience the Canadian Salmon Club! This all inclusive trip of a lifetime includes 2 rods for 3 full days. Located on the Bonaventure River in the Gaspé region of Québec, the highly prestigious Canadian Salmon Club has been privately owned and for members only for over a century. The Canadian Salmon Club offers a standard of sport that will delight you and your most demanding guest. Featuring a well-appointed dining room and Great Rooms that boasts their own fireplace, a large screened porch overlooking the river and private guest rooms which boasts theirs own fireplace and private washroom facilities. Arrive June 11th to fish June 12, 13, 14 with departure evening of the 14th. Valued at $10,300.
For more information please contact Kate Flanagan at email@example.com or at (506) 622-4000.
2016 Freeman Dunnett MSA Conservation Dinner
The 16th annual Freeman Dunnett MSA Conservation Dinner was held on May 19th, 2016 at the ever popular Crowne Plaza Hotel in downtown Moncton. This year’s dinner honoured Mr. Bryant Freeman for his life-long commitment and contributions to salmon conservation.
As in past years, this fun and entertaining evening was a great opportunity to visit with both old and new fishing friends and enjoy a delicious roast beef plated dinner, all while supporting the great cause of salmon conservation! The Live Auction featured many unique and special fishing experiences – a PDF listing of the trips available can be found here. Over 200 salmon enthusiasts attended the dinner.
Thank you to all who helped support the MSA at this event!