IN THIS ISSUE
Click on the Atlantic Salmon Journal image above to view the magazine online. Note that three articles, HAPPY 150th, A HUNDRED YEARS AND COUNTING, and BRAVE NEW WORLD have extra features, linked via blue text at the bottom of certain pages.
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Summer 201714 | River Perfect
When big, silver salmon swim in water as clear as glass, the result is the epitome of dry-fly angling.
By Bill Taylor, illustrated by John Swan20 | ASF V. The Queen
Making the case for greater scrutiny of aquaculture on Canada’s east coast.
By Neville Crabbe24 | Happy 150th
Fly-tyers celebrate Canada’s birthday in feather and fur.
By Martin Silverstone30 | A Hundred years and Counting
After a century of welcoming anglers, Cold Spring Camp is still going strong.
By Raymond Plourde36 | A Last Cast
Donal C. O’Brien Jr. served as ASF’s Chairman (U.S.) for thirteen years. Items from his impressive art collection will go on auction July 27, 2017.
By Martin Silverstone40 | Brave New World
The history of Canada and of Atlantic salmon research share common roots.
By Tom Moffatt56 | Your Grace, the Pool is Yours
A special version of Fit to be Tied.
By Donald ChristPresident’s Message
Seeking Justice for SalmonHeadwaters
Birthday IssuesCasting Around
Travels on the Environmental Highway, Silver Reflections SALAR
Improved fish passage, Montreal Fundraisers, NS, NB Conservation Awards, Newfoundland coalitionFit to Be Tied
The Duke of Wellington and the Moisie MunroBackcast
William (Bill) Franklin Ensor