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St. Patrick’s Day Draw

March 16, 2017 · Posted in Recent News · Comment 
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Irish Salmon Fly

This is the big one for a big day. This could be your lucky day! Enter your name by sending in an email to wrhartnett@yahoo.com if drawn, you win a bring your mate (buddy, friend etc.) for free with one trip paid. Full week, 7 days of Atlantic salmon fishing at the Restigouche River Lodge, all included. Trip is by availability for the 2017 season. Entries close at the midnight hour Paddy’s day.

Booking an Atlantic Salmon Trip

March 13, 2017 · Posted in Recent News · Comment 
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Patrick’s Salmon from 2016

For anglers wishing to book a trip with the RRL during the prime weeks there is now a new option. We are organizing a prime week availability call list. At the completion of a guest’s full week trip, they have an option to book their week for the following season. The guests not re-booking their week for the following season will than have given up their option. This will give other anglers the opportunity to book these most sought after weeks. If you would like to have your name registered on this list please email us at info@restigouchelodge.com. Include your phone number and any weeks that you might be interested in. If you have other anglers in your group let us know the number of fisherman. This list will be organized on a first come basis. When the emails are received, the list will be formed creating the order of notice.

Greg Dixon’s 20lb Salmon

June 21, 2016 · Posted in River Report · Comment 

Greg and a 20lb salmon from this morning.

Greg and a 20lb salmon from this morning

Greg and a 20lb salmon

Jim’s 25lb Atlantic Salmon from Ledges

June 18, 2016 · Posted in River Report · Comment 

Jim Elie and his guide Raymond with a 25lb Atlantic salmon landed from Ledges a few days ago.

Jim Elie 25lber

Jim Elie’s 25lber

Anthony and Jim’s 2 nice salmon

June 17, 2016 · Posted in River Report · Comment 

Multi week guest Jim Elie with a 12lb Atlantic salmon and Anthony with his 28lb beauty.


RRL guide Raymond and multi week guest Jim Elie with a 12lb Atlantic salmon.

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RRL guide Raymond and Anthony with a nice 28lb salmon from this morning.

June 16, 2016 Salmon

June 16, 2016 · Posted in River Report · Comment 

Here are some nice salmon caught by guests Mike and Scott during the June 12 week.

Another shot of Scott's 31lb from last night. The boys arose to a sunny morning after a cold day yesterday lets hope the fishing stays hot.

Scott’s 31lber

Toby and Mike with another Restigouche River Biggie!

Toby and Mike with another Restigouche River Biggie!

Patrick’s 23.5lb Salmon

June 10, 2016 · Posted in River Report · Comment 
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Patrick’s 23.5lb Salmon


Guide Toby with Patrick’s Salmon

Here is Patrick with his 23.5 Atlantic from home pool yesterday. The guests have raised some big girls but the lines have not come tight. River is high, dark coffee and moving. We all know what that means water dropping and clearing in the coming days.

3″x4″ RRL Logo Stickers

February 26, 2016 · Posted in Recent News · Comment 

At the printer we are making 3″x4″ RRL logo stickers for cars etc. We will have them at the Lancaster Fly Fishing Show for anyone that would like one. Of course they will be at the lodge for our guests, future shows, presentations and included on any RRL orders as we get our website shop set up and running.rrl sticker

Full Moon Report

February 26, 2016 · Posted in River Report · Comment 

WARNING; Here is a warning to all you big girls (Atlantic salmon) that will be entering the Restigouche River this spring. The Restigouche River Lodge will have rods on the water with flies a swinging! The Restigouche produces large Atlantic salmon in the month of May so get on the river and swing your fly this season. The full moon will be on May 21, 2016. If you would like to introduce your fly to one of these big ladies, contact us. info@restigouchelodge.com.full moon

Mid-Winter River Report

February 22, 2016 · Posted in River Report · Comment 

The Restigouche River hides under the ice at last. This winter has been mild from New Brunswick’s on the new camp way of thinking. We were able to keep working well into December as the wind kept down and the temperatures stayed around freezing. The daily freeze thaw cycle created a muddy mess combined with the lack of daylight brought the new camp build to a holt. RRL guide Mathieu spent many days working on his smelt shanty only to watch the bay fail to ice over. It’s getting too late to think of ice fishing now Matty, even though the bay is getting solid with the more consistent seasonal temperatures.

The snow fall has been far below the accumulations of the past few years with a blanket of three feet presently. In southern New Brunswick the ice ran on the Hammond River as the thermometer hit fifty last week. It is hard to say what the next month’s weather will bring. One thing for sure is it will bring us closer to spring.

We all should be getting up for the start of the Atlantic salmon fly fishing season. The RRL still has some prime weeks available so if you haven’t booked your 2016 trips give us a look.

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