Walter Reagan, President of the Sackville Rivers Association forwarded an email he received yesterday from I.G. with some good news: Salmon fry were spotted in Sandy Lake watershed:
I saw good numbers of salmon fry between Marsh and Sandy Lake a few days ago, every shallow eddy had a dozen or so, watched them feeding for several minutes, very nice to see. Great spawning substrate; the logs and sills are working well.
That’s Good News indeed and more reason to fight hard to protect Sandy Lake!
For more about salmon in the Sackville River Watershed (the Sandy lake Watershed is its biggest sub-watershed), view Atlantic Salmon (page on this website).