IN THIS ISSUE
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Autumn 201718 | NASCO Meets in Sweden
No country commits to a salmon harvest reduction in 2017.
By Stephen Sutton
20 | Unfinished Business - Orri Vigfusson – 1942-2017.
By Martin Silverstone 24 | Kicking the Habit
Bad habits are hard to break, and stocking is no different.
By Kyle A. Young 28 | Infographic: Tracking Smolt in a Dangerous World
Since 2003, ASF has been tagging juvenile Atlantic salmon to learn why so many leave and never return.
By Neville Crabbe, Illustrated by Emily Damstra 32 | Closing Time
The Margaree salmon fishing season runs very late; which is good because you need lots of time to get to know this Canadian heritage river.
By Martin Silverstone 48 | A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Fishing Hole
Even if fish are scarce it’s always possible to catch a few good laughs.
By Hugh McKervill 56 | Moments of Beauty
Explaining live release to the uninitiated.
By Charles Thompson President's Message
Sorrow and Celebration
Single Malt Letters
Steve Buckley, David Delcloo Casting Around
Happy Fraser Award, Bibliotheca
Salmo Salar, Gagetown Fish Friends,
Fly-tying contest winners, Salmon
Museum turns 20 SALAR
Road Crossing Course, Poor Runs in Newfoundland, Fish Friends, New DFO Quebec Biologist Fit to Be Tied
Not All in a Name
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