The third week of August has been the toughest so far. Warmer then normal air temperatures and little to no rain has made fishing more of a challenge. Water levels on the Bonaventure were slightly below normal for this time of the year, however the temperatures were still favorable at about 58 degrees Fahrenheit. The Bony had a good number of fish especially in the low water pools. Fishing has been good considering the conditions. The Petite Cascapedia was pretty much the same with lower than normal levels, water temperatures on the other hand were good, in the 55 degree range. Fishing the Petite has been fine, with plenty of action everyday. Water levels on the Grand Cascapedia were the lowest of the three rivers. The branches were low and not fishable at the moment.
There are salmon in many of the pools but the water really too low for good fishing. The main stem is producing well and catches have been good, but still hard work.
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