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In the late 90's a section of the Kennebecasis River was regulated as catch and release for trout and salmon while also being managed as a fly fishing only river for most of the season. Many folks don't know how to fly fish and thus are not able to enjoy the river as well as they should. Here at the KWRC we are helping people learn how to fly fish. This is our 6th year hosting our Beginner's Fly Fishing Workshop and we encourage you to check it out. Click on the banner below for more details.
We are in the process of finalizing our 2016 restoration projects. We have two projects being worked on this summer. Our Smith's Creek Headwaters Enhancement project will improve 2.5km of first and second order streams in the upper Smith's Creek. This is made possible with support from the Atlantic Salmon Conservation Foundation, the Environmental Trust Fund, and the NB Wildlife Trust Fund.
Check back here often for more of what is going on in the Kennebecasis.