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Boston Dinner
Boston Dinner Patrons
Salmon Level
Grilse Level
Kit and Sue Barrow
Bill and Dede Bullock, Jr.
Brad and June Burns
John Cole and Acha Lord
Joe and Cynny Freeman
Steve and Ginnie Hibbard
Jim and Margaret Blackwell
John and Pamela Gerstmayr
Andy Goode and Sue Jones
Louis and Emmie Newell
Jeff and Trina Sherer
Corporate Patrons
The Orvis Company
L.L. Bean
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57th Annual Boston Dinner and Symposium in Honor of
Vaughn Anthony, Andy Goode & Marty Vickers
Dr. Vaughn C. Anthony ▪
Vaughn has been a long and
valued member of the MSA
Board of Directors. Dr. Anthony
had an impressive career in stock
assessment
and
practical
participation
in
international
fisheries
management
that
stretched over 30 years. All of
his
accomplishments,
many
honors and awards for his work
cannot be listed here. His work includes that of a leader of the Fisheries
Assessment Task force for the National Marine Fisheries Service. He was
also was Director of Marine Research, Maine Department of Marine
Resources, and Board of Directors for the Maine Council of Atlantic Salmon
Federation, and Fisheries Initiative Committee for Sportsmen’s Alliance of
Maine.
Andrew T. Goode ▪ For the
past 12 years, Andy Goode has
been Vice President of US
Programs for the Atlantic Salmon
Federation. Currently living in
Freeport Maine, Andy has been
instrumental in shaping the
Penobscot River Restoration
Project to remove dams on the
main stem of the river that when
implemented, will give Atlantic
salmon access to 1,000 miles of
free
flowing
water.
Andy
coordinated conservation programs for Orvis and worked for The Nature
Conservancy. He tells us “It’s hard to believe I attended my first Boston
dinner almost 35 years ago”.
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Martyn A. Vickers, MD ▪ Marty has been a
major contributor to the MSA Board of
Directors for many years where he contributes
his expertise and strong commitment to that
role. His writings, fly tying, and practice of
unique fishing techniques attest to his love of
the Miramichi. A renowned urologist, he is
presently an Associate Professor of Urology at
the University of Massachusetts Medical Center
and staff urologist at Penobscot Bay Medical
Center in Rockland, Maine. He was elected to
Who’s Who in American Medicine and selected
by his academic peers as one of the best
doctors in America.
Boston Dinner Committee
Jim Blackwell, Dinner Chairman
Kit Barrow
Scott Firth
David Cole
Steve Hibbard
Gil Cunningham
Erin Hunt
Andy Dumaine
Larry Hunt
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Jim Ladd
Acha Lord
Louis Newell
Will Newell
Jim Rusher
Announcements
* 50/50 CARD DRAW – PAY FOR YOUR WEEKEND – Buy a card share
the pot! Playing cards $20 each. Buy multiple cards if you like. Your odds
are very good! You got to play to win! Person with matching half wins.
* DESIGNATED RAFFLE: Tickets are 10 for $10.00. Buy 30 raffle tickets
and get 10 extra at no charge. That’s 40 opportunities to win one of the
great designated raffle items.
* SILENT AUCTION will close by table. Close will be announced. Final bid
call for table will be rendered and the bid boards picked up. Closing will
then proceed to next table.
* RULES OF THE ROAD:
▪ Cash, Check, VISA, MasterCard or American Express will be accepted.
▪ Auctioneer may withdraw any item at his discretion.
▪ Items with a reserve price will be announced and/or so noted.
▪ Pay for and pick-up Auction items from Table A.
▪ Pick up Designated Raffle items at Table B.
▪ Angling trips are valid for the 2011 fishing season only.
* MSA MEMBERSHIP DRAW: Any person, who pays their membership
dues, initiates a new membership, or life membership at this evening’s dinner will qualify for a special draw. See staff at the membership table. Winner will receive – Framed Print - by Lloyd Fitzgerald titled “Murphy Bogan SW Miramichi”.
* DINNER FAVOR: The Dinner Committee is pleased to present each
guest with a Croakie eyewear retainer. Thanks for your support for MSA
and the preservation of wild Atlantic salmon.
* PICK UP - YOUR COOPERATION IS REQUESTED:
▪ Results of the Silent Auction and Raffle will be distributed to all tables.
There will be no item pick-up processing during the Live Auction.
▪ Preferred method of payment is personal check. While we can accept
credit cards there is a 2-3% cost to MSA. Personal checks maximize your
contribution.
▪ No guest self service! Staff will assist you in processing winning raffle tickets and bids and will retrieve all items. Your support will speed up check
out, and more importantly, eliminate errors which lead to confusion,
delays and unhappy guests.
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Schedule of Events
3:00
SYMPOSIUM
New England Suite
5:00
RECEPTION & DISPLAYS
Grand Ballroom
6:55
SILENT AUCTION CLOSE – ANNOUNCED
Grand Ballroom
Kindly be seated at your table by 7:05 for
proceedings.
7:00
DINNER
Grand Ballroom
For Your Dining Pleasure:
Reception - Hors d’oeuvre buffet table including smoked salmon and two
complimentary cocktails.
Dinner - Caesar Salad · Entrée (A) Grilled marinated rib eye steak with
roasted Yukon gold potatoes (B) Sage roasted breast of chicken on red
organic and long grain spinach pilaf with an apple cider and sun dried
cranberry jus (C) Scrod placed over fingerling potatoes, haricot verts and
carrots in a stewed tomato cream.
Fresh Baked Rolls · Sorbet · Coffee · Tea · Complimentary Dinner Wines
8:00
AUCTIONEER – Lyman Foss
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Symposium
MODERATOR: Acha Lord
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Update on Kelt Tracking & Smallmouth Bass - MSA Science
Department
•
The Ocean Tracking Network (OTN): tracking fish on a global scale
and changing our perspectives forever - Dr. Fred Whorisky, Executive
Director of the Ocean Tracking Network
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Coldwater refugia use by Atlantic salmon and brook trout on the
Cains River, NB - Nathan Wilbur, Canadian Rivers Institute, UNB, Fenety
Scholar, MScE Civil Engineering Candidate
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New England's New Fishery Management Paradigm - Rip
Cunningham, Vice Chair of the New England Fishery Management Council
and Chair of the Groundfish Committee
The guest speakers in today’s symposium are all very experienced in the
areas of their programs. They all have a lot of information to present to
you. Topical questions will be addressed during their presentation.
We do, however, request that you wait until the end of the symposium to
discuss other issues of keen personal interest.
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Live Auction
1. ORVIS MATCHED ROD OUTFIT- Helios Switch 118-4 Tip Flex rod
with a large arbor Mirage fly reel, with Orvis switch fly line that makes the
transition from one-handed to spey casting easier, completed with QuickSight fluorescent backing and optional Easy Cast floating spey line. There is
a reserve.
Donor: Orvis
Value: $ 1,500
2. BLACK BROOK SALMON CLUB – An opportunity to fish some of the
best salmon water in the world. Private club on the Main SW Miramichi, just
below the mouth of the Cains River. All new accommodations and great
staff. Dates to be arranged for 2 rods for three days. There is a reserve.
Donor: Black Brook Salmon Club
Value: $ 3,350
3. THE LEDGES INN - Two rods for three days, dates to be arranged
with donor. A combination of great fishing and wonderful amenities, consisting of three full days at four pools, including guide service, meals and three
nights' accommodations at Ledges Inn in Doaktown, NB. The Ledges Inn offers its guests some of the best cold water pools on the Miramichi River.
Flo's and Harris Ledge Pool are two examples of our privately owned cold
water pools. There is a reserve.
Donor: The Ledges Inn
Value: $ 3,900
4. ADOPT-A-KELT - The Miramichi Salmon Association will again place
50 transmitters in adult salmon in May 2011 to document their movements
as they migrate back to the ocean. This joint program with ASF has
provided very interesting results, with over 96% of the kelts successfully
leaving Miramichi Bay from 2008 to 2010, with some fish returning in both
years. For a $500 charitable donation in Canada or the USA, adopt-a-kelt
and receive reports as your fish migrates down the Miramichi River, out to
the ocean and hopefully as it returns again!
Charitable Donation
Value: $ 500/Kelt
5. SUTTERS SALMON CLUB – Many excellent pools that are all season
producers. One of the SW Miramichi’s most prestigious fishing clubs located
near Doaktown. Superb accommodations with excellent dinning. Mutually
convenient dates to be arranged for Two rods for three days. All meals and
guide service included.
Donor: Sutters Salmon Club
Value: $ 3,350
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6. JOHN SWAN PAINTING– John, one of the most highly regarded
contemporary artists in the country, an avid supporter of MSA, has again
rendered a magnificent painting for the 2011 auction. This painting captures
the excitement and grandeur of a salmon river in John’s unique style. There
is a reserve.
Donor: John Swan
Value: $ 5,000
7. STEELHEAD FISHING ON THE SALMON RIVER - TWO RODS
FOR TWO DAYS - Two nights lodging, November 13 th-14th, at Mud Creek
Lodge, located on Douglaston Salmon Run, two days of fishing, November
14th-15th, for two rods on the Salmon River, Pulaski, N.Y. Proclaimed to be
the best steelhead river east of the Mississippi, the steelhead will average 812 lbs., with a good chance of catching a 15 lb. fish, up to 30 lb. fish are
taken. The Douglaston Salmon Run along with lodging has donated daily
passes to fish their pools. Whitakers Sport Shop has donated $50.00 of
tackle and expertise. Guiding and spey casting instruction (if desired)
provided by Jim Rusher, head casting instructor of Jim Rusher Spey Schools.
Meals not included. There is a reserve.
Donor: Jim Rusher
Value: $ 1,600
8. LUTHER HALL WATERCOLOR - Luther Kelly Hall is one of America's
most talented contemporary sporting artists of Mystic CT. His work has been
featured in Sporting Classics, the Atlantic Salmon, Gray's Sporting, and the
Yale Anglers Journals. He presents this framed 17 x 21 painting for your enjoyment. There is a reserve.
Donor: Luther Kelly Hall
Value: $ 2,000
9. DAVID LAZARUS OIL PAINTING – A 16 x 20 marine study by David
Lazarus. There is a reserve.
Donor: David Lazarus
Value: $ 2,800
10. MIKE BUTLER FISH MODEL - “New Beginnings” Perfectly adapted to fast moving water with its streamlined shape, large pectoral fins to
hold station, and forked tail for speed, an exquisitely rendered Atlantic sal mon parr and freestone habitat carving for our 2011 auction. Mike is one of
the most talented contemporary American fish carvers. 6” jelutong model,
4” x 10” basswood and cedar base, acrylics. There is a reserve.
Donor: Mike Butler
Value: $1,000
11. SCRIMSHAW WHALE TOOTH – Scrimshander, David Lazarus offers
a scrimshaw whale tooth with an engraving of a leaping salmon. There is a
reserve.
Donor: David Lazarus
Value $ 1,000
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12. GICLEE PRINT ON CANVAS – “Fly Fishing II” by Andrew Giffin. A
12” x 48” limited edition Giclee print on canvas #84/125. Andrew was born
in Saint John, New Brunswick in 1960. Andrew's work has been featured
in The Fly Fish Journal, the Atlantic Salmon Federation Journal , Style Manitoba, the Winnipeg Free Press, Uptown Magazine, the New Brunswick
Reader and Salon.
Donor: Andrew Giffin
Value: $ 900
Silent Auction
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13. CITATION SOCIETY WINE CLUB GIFT CERTIFICATE- Firesteed
Cellars, founded in 1992 by Howard Rossbach, is a highly respected producer of world class wines in Oregon's Willamette Valley. This gift certificate
entitles you to a one time delivery from the Citation Society wine Club.
Donor: Howard Rossbach, President
Value: $ 200
14. MSA FLEECE JACKET - Men’s MSA Fleece Jacket (Size XL)
Donor: MSA
Value: $ 60
15. SHEILA HASSON CASTING LESSON - Tune up your skills or learn
something new. Two-hour casting lesson for one person with regular or
spey rod. Lesson provided by Sheila Hassan, Federation of Fly Fishers Certified instructor and Joan Wulff Casting School Instructor. Also includes
Sheila's book on fly casting.
Donor: Sheila Hassan
Value: $ 125
16. MSA FLEECE VEST - Ladies MSA Fleece Vest (Size L, Color Red)
Donor: MSA
Value: $ 48
17. “BURNT HILL” PRINT - Limited Edition Print titled Burnt Hill by
Gagetown, NB artist Kim Stubbs
Donor: MSA
Value: $ 400
18. PATAGONIA DEEP WADING JACKET - (Size Large no exchanges on
size) this ultralight, streamlined fishing jacket provides waterproof breathable protection, and features zippered chest pockets and fleece-lined handwarmer pockets.
Donor: ASF
Value: $ 249
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19. SAGE ROD 8 WT. - Bonefish, steelhead, salmon, stripers...the Sage
VT2 890-4 Fly Rod will have you in the fish in no time. This fly rod has all
the power you need to bang out a Crease Fly and the quickness to flip a
Crazy Charlie to a previously unseen bone. Nantucket here we come.
Donor: ASF
Value: $ 490
20. VALENTINE PL-9 PLANETARY PLUS FLY REEL – Fifty percent
faster retrieval capability. No painful finger injuries on “fast fish runs”. Positive, no-slip, line retrieval. Unique and Patented Valentine Planetary Gear
System Incorporates two gears, one on the spool, the other on the crank
handle on an independent crank-plate assembly. Gripping the handle engages the gears, and drives the spool. Letting go of the crank handle disengages the spool and allows the line to pay out. Crank handle returns to the
6 o’clock position at the ready for immediate line uptake.
Donor: Valentine Fly Reels
Value: $ 430
21. ROCKY BROOK FLIES – An assortment of flies tyed by Rocky Brook
guides Warren Price and Larry Stewart.
Donor: Rocky Brook
Value: $ 80
22. MSA GOLF SHIRT - Men’s MSA Golf Shirt and Hat.
Donor: MSA
Value: $ 55
23. JARED TAUSIG SALT WATER FLIES - One dozen flies tyed by noted
Nantucket fly fisherman & tyer Jared Tausig. Jared is an ex-President and
instructor of United Fly Tyers. Morell foam fly box donated by Jim Blackwell.
Donor: Jared Tausig
Value: $ 70
24. LEDGE MITCHELL SALMON FLIES - Two dozen salmon flies, various
patterns. Tyed by Ledge Mitchell, Pocket Water Products.
Donor: William H. L. (Ledge) Mitchell
Value: $ 135
25. “MIRAMICHI GRANDEUR” PRINT - Limited Edition Print titled
Northwest Miramichi Grandeur by Gagetown artist Kim Stubbs.
Donor: MSA
Value: $ 400
26. JOHN COLE BIG SALTWATER FLIES - Suitcase fly box with 15 big
saltwater flies, including deceivers, snake flies, flatwings.
Donor: John Cole
Value: $ 125
27. JOHN COLE SMALL/MEDIUM DECEIVERS
chartreuse, yellow in a fly box.
Donor: John Cole
Value: $ 60
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–
Mix
of
Blue,
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28. JOHN COLE SMALL/MEDIUM DECEIVERS - Mixed colors in a box.
Donor: John Cole
Value: $ 65
29. JOHN COLE CUSTOM WINSTON FLY ROD - Nine foot, 4 piece, 9
weight built on a Winston Ibis blank. Medium-fast action, Winston quality,
entry-level price. Blank guaranteed for life. Well suited for Atlantic salmon,
northeast striper, bluefish and bonefish.
Donor: John Cole
Value: $ 300
30. ACHA LORD STRIPER BOWL - Hand-thrown, hand-painted bowl
with stripers circling a lobster on the inside, a New England beach scene on
the outside. White stoneware.
Donor: Acha Lord
Value: $ 125
31. “EXHILARATION” – A painting capturing of the excitement of a salmon taking a dry fly. An original watercolor created by Audrey Carroll
Prucnal, a member of the Connecticut Watercolor Society and avid fly fisherman. Image is (15 x 20). Handsomely framed in neutral mat and wood
frame. There is a reserve.
Donor: Audrey Carroll Prucnal
Value: $ 750
32. ACHA LORD NECKLACE AND EARRINGS - Necklace made of goldfilled chain with fringe. Fringe decorated with garnet, peridot, and citrine
briolletes. Matching hoop earrings have French gold- filled ear-wires.
Donor: Acha Lord
Value: $ 280
33. SPORTING CLAYS SHOOT - A day shooting Sporting Clays at Addieville Farm East, Rhode Island. At a mutually agreed upon time. Lunch included.
Donor: John Petrasch
Value: $ 90
34. TWELVE SPEY AND DEE FLIES - These classically inspired yet fishable flies have been tyed and donated by Nate Harris of Stone River Outfitters. Nate's passion is to tie flies that draw their inspiration from the roots of
Atlantic salmon fishing yet use modern materials. Whether fished over NY
Steelhead or Miramichi salmon these flies are as much a joy to have in the
box as they are to fish.
Donor: Nate Harris
Value: $ 90
35. PERMIT ON THE FLATS – print by William Eflain from the collection
of C.M. “Rip” Cunningham.
Donor: C.M. “Rip” Cunningham
Value: $ 275
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36. 2011 SALMON LICENSE - NB Season Salmon License from Department of Natural Resources.
Donor: Department of Natural Resources Value: $ 138
37. SPORTING ITEMS STILL LIFE – Print from the collection of C.M.
“Rip” Cunningham.
Donor: C.M. “Rip” Cunningham
Value: $ 225
38. SALT WATER FISHING - Fish coastal waters with Jim Blackwell on
his 18' Parker, the “Sarah B”. Striped bass, bluefish, albacore, or bonito can
be the catch of the day. Jim will provide transportation, food, beverage, and
fly or spinning tackle as needed for one or two persons. Good thru 10/2011.
Donor: Jim Blackwell
Value: $ 400
39. MARABOU SALMON FLIES – Twelve (12) beautiful marabou flies
tyed by Paul Elson.
Debbie Norton, Upper Oxbow Outdoor Adventures
Value: $ 60
40. FRED BRAND ATLANTIC SALMON FLIES – Twenty (20) from T.E.
Pryce-Tannatt book of salmon flies. These flies are tyed by Fred Brand, one
of the great Atlantic salmon tyers in the U.S. Five flies in four sizes 2, 4, 6,
and 8. They are the Claret Alder, Black Spean, Logie, March Brown, and the
Blue Charm.
Donor: Fred Brand
Value: $ 120
41. GAYDEN CURTIS MIRAMICHI FLIES - One dozen flies in a box
tyed Gayden Curtis, BBSC with the following advice. “You put these flies
over a taking fish and she’ll takem.”
Donor: Gayden Curtis
Value: $ 60
42. TETON CLASSIC FLY REEL FOR 7/8 LINES – This Teton™ reel is
precision-machined from 6061-T6 bar stock aluminum with a patented
Delran drag system, reel has an exposed palming rim, a quick-release spool
lock, can be set up for right- to left-hand retrieval, and is saltwater-approved.
Donor: “New” Teton Reel Company
Value: $ 200
43. ORVIS SHOOTING STAR SPEY ROD – This 9 wt, 4-piece, 9 5/8 oz,
14 ft. Spey Rod from Orvis is one of a new range of Shooting Star premium
salmon rods that are light, well balanced and responsive with smooth progressive actions that makes them easy to use. They have been designed
with input from Scandinavian anglers who like to use shooting heads.
Donor: Brad Burns
Value: $ 445
44. DUCK HUNTING FOR TWO GUNS ON THE GREAT MARSH – Two
day hunt with two nights lodging on the Great Marsh of Massachusetts’
North Shore. Andy, with 35 years experience hunting on the property will be
your guide. Camp is on open marsh southwest of Plum Island with immedi12
ate access to excellent jump shooting and decoy hunting. Decoys, boats,
blinds, along with food drink and cigars to be provided. Luxurious camp with
4 beds, wood stove, propane lighting and cooking with an indoor privy.
Hunting primarily for Black Ducks, but Mallards, Teal, Mergansers, Bufflehead, Goldeneye, Canada geese and Gadwall frequent the area.
Donor: Andy Dumaine
Value: $ 800
45. RICH STROLIS TROUT FLIES – Collection of Ten nymph, streamer,
wet and dry flies from size 20 to 2 tyed by Rich Strolis, professional guide
and head of Catching Shadows guide service.
Donor: Kit Barrow
Value: $ 40
46. SUDBURY TROUT POND – Four hours of fly-casting instruction and
fishing for two beginners. Ideal gift to solidify fundamentals and to expand
interest in Fly-fishing. Great birthday gift for youngsters! Fish for Rainbow
trout in beautiful pond in Sudbury, MA. Secret fly provided. Date to be arranged with donor.
Donor: Chip Detwiller
Value: $ 320
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47. LEATHER BOUND NUNBERED LIMITED EDITION – Through the
numerous illustrations, “The Art of Aiden Lassell Ripley” documents the
artist’s progression and growth, from his initial rise as an Impressionist to
his accurate and detailed depictions of his outdoor passions that continue to
shape sporting art today.
Donor: Stephen B. O’Brien, Jr.
Value: $ 500
48. SALMON/STEELHEAD FLY LINE - RIO Salmon/Steelhead fly line
(WF10F Yellow) donated by Fire Fly.
Donor: Fire Fly
Value: $ 65
49. JOHN COLE CUSTOM T&T FLY ROD - Nine foot, 4 piece, 5 weight
built on Thomas and Thomas Horizon II blank, decorated with feather inlay.
Perfect all-around trout rod.
Donor: John Cole
Value: $ 700
50. COCOBOLO BOWL - Handcrafted bowl turned by Jay from Cocobolo,
an exotic wood that is found along the southwest coast of Mexico and the
west coast of Central America. Bowl measures 8" in diameter.
Donor: Jay L. Sweeney
Value: $ 149
51. WATCH HILL NECKLACE - Becky Hilliker Firth, a Jewelry Designer,
presents a triple strand of gorgeous freshwater baroque pearls, finished
with a 24 karat gold vermeil clasp. This necklace, one long strand of pearls,
may be worn long, doubled or tripled. Versatile, beautiful and simple, this is
a classic necklace reinvented for the modern woman.
Donor: Becky Hilliker Firth
Value: $ 250
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52. GIANT STRIPED BASS/TUNA FLIES - These flies, tyed by Nate,
have proven to be effective patterns when pursuing large, aggressive
Striped Bass or chasing Tuna off the Cape and Islands. Tyed in the "mushmouth" or "bucktail deceiver" style, these flies are tyed to last and designed
to catch.
Donor: Nathaniel Amendola - Great Point Fly Fishing Value: $ 50
53. AUDUBON CANVAS BACK – Unframed reproduction of Audubon
Canvas Back ducks from the collection of C.M. “Rip” Cunningham.
Donor: C.M. “Rip” Cunningham
Value: $ 225
54. FLATS SCENE WITH TAILING FISH – Print by Millard Wells 186/250
from the collection of C.M. “Rip” Cunningham.
Donor: C.M. “Rip” Cunningham
Value: $ 275
55. MAP WILLOWEMOC CREEK - Brightly colored map of the Willowemoc Creek which runs into the Beaverkill.
Donor: Kit Barrow
Value: $ 170
56. MIRAMICHI CLONED BUTTERFLIES – Twelve (12) beautifully tyed
butterflies by the creator of the Miramichi cloned butterflies as described by
Paul Mariners book of fly patterns by Frank Somers.
Debbie Norton, Upper Oxbow Outdoor Adventures
Value: $ 50
57. CAPE ANN OUTING - A day on board "The Cooler", 21' HydraSport,
exploring Cape Ann for up to 4 people. Winner can elect to fish or cruise or
a little of both. Date to be arranged with donor.
Donor: Steve Hibbard
Value: $ 200
58. ROBERT BARNABY SALMON FLIES – 7 salmon flies size 4 (a Verdict, an Undertaker, 2 parachutes-one green and one black, Silver Rat,
Green Rat, Rusty Rat). Flies are tyed by renowned Quebec tyer Robert
Barnaby, Supervisor & Head Guardian of the Micmac’s on the Restigouche
River.
Donor: Robert Barnaby
Value: $35
59. JIM RUSHER SPEY FLIES - Ten (10) Spey flies, tyed by Jim Rusher.
Donor: Jim Rusher Spey Schools and Guide Service
Value: $ 150
60. JIM RUSHER SALMON FLIES – Twenty eight (28) flies sizes 2, 4, 6
and 8 tyed with the Miramichi River in mind. (4 Silver Doctors, 4 Silver Rats,
4 Black Ghosts, 4 Electric Rats, 4 Green Highlanders, 4 Half & Half and 2
mixed Doctors). These flies tyed by Jim Rusher.
Donor: Jim Rusher Spey Schools and Guide Service
Value: $ 140
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61. RUSSELL HASKELL SALMON FLIES – One dozen nicely tyed shrimp
pattern salmon flies tyed by Russell Haskell. MSA boxed selection includes
most effective patterns. Warren Duncan trained tyer.
Donor: Russell Haskell
Value: $ 65
62. RUSSELL HASKELL DRY FLIES – One dozen Bombers and Wulff flies
tyed by Russell Haskell. MSA boxed selection includes many effective patterns. Highly sought in every auction.
Donor: Russell Haskell
Value: $ 70
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63. DOZEN SALMON FLIES - An assortment of Miramichi flies tyed by
Kyle Price.
Donor: Kyle Price
Value: $ 65
64. SWAROVSKI PEARL NECKLACE – A sixteen (16) inch strand of
Swarovski Pearl and Sapphire Crystal necklace custom designed and crafted
by Marilyn Archibald.
Donor: Ralph and Marilyn Archibald
Value: $ 200
65. LUTHER HALL WATERCOLOR - Small framed size watercolor measuring 10x12. Luther’s painting presents a duck decoy as the subject matter.
There is a reserve.
Donor: Luther K. Hall
Value: $ 475
66. LUTHER HALL WATERCOLOR - Small framed size watercolor measuring 10x12. Luther’s painting presents a duck decoy as the subject matter.
There is a reserve.
Donor: Luther K. Hall
Value: $ 475
67. MINITURE BLACK NECK STILT - Roscoe has been featured in museums across the country. In the World Competition at the Ward Foundation, he won Fifth Best in the World in Miniatures. He has been awarded the
Certificate of Excellence from the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia
and has exhibited at the prestigious Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum, WI,
the Connecticut Audubon, the Rhode Island Audubon and the Massachusetts Audubon.
Donor: Roscoe Condon
Value: $ 125
68. THIRTY EIGHT WW DOAK FLIES - WW Doak flies arranged by pattern and size within a burgundy WW Doak Double Nubby Tack fly box.
Donor: Jerome Farnsworth
Value: $ 180
69. CUSTOM CRAFTED CARVING SET - Hand made carving knife and
fork by Kevin Silliker, noted New Brunswick craftsman. A real work of art.
Debbie Norton, Upper Oxbow Outdoor Adventures Value: $150
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70. R.L. WINSTON CANE SALMON ROD - R. L. Winston cane salmon
rod (9’3” 5.5 oz. 2-piece, 2 tips) in pristine condition, with red Winston
Sleeve and Winston tube. Serial #1994.
Donor: Catherine Belden
Value: $900
71. "RUFFED GROUSE" - “Ruffed Grouse" 1989 - From the Wildlife Series
edited by Sally Atwater and Judith Scnell.
Donor: Kenneth Andersen
Value: $ 50
72. DAVID LAZARUS ETCHING – Small etching from Cape artist, David
Lazarus.
Donor: David Lazarus
Value: $ 200
73. DAVID LAZARUS ETCHING – Small etching from Cape artist, David
Lazarus.
Donor: David Lazarus
Value: $ 200
74. "TROUT" - “Trout" 1991 - From the Wildlife Series edited by Sally Atwater and Judith Scnell.
Donor: Kenneth Andersen
Value: $ 50
75. GLENFIDDICH WHISKEY - A one Litre bottle of Glenfiddich Special
Reserve Single Malt 12 year Old Whiskey.
Donor: Friend of the Miramichi River
Value $ 49
76. "WILD IMPRESSIONS" – “Wild Impressions, the Adirondacks on Paper" by Georgia Barnhill 1995 - Prints in the Collection of the Adirondacks
Museum.
Donor: Kenneth Andersen
Value: $ 40
77. MICMAC EIGHT POINTED STAR - Oldest known Micmac symbol is
the "giver of life". Legend says that when sea water is poured onto the star,
it will turn brilliant colors and shapes similar to the rocks in Labrador. Star
was hand-crafted by Betty Ward from the Metepenagiag First Nations.
Donor: Betty Ward
Value: $ 100
78. ORVIS BULLHIDE BRIEFCASE - Bullhide Leather Extra-Capacity
Briefcase, more capacity, more pockets, and a more rugged exterior, this is
the briefcase for you. Tough Bullhide handles the abuses of morning commutes and life on the job, with a patina that's the envy of every colleague in
your meeting room.
Donor: Orvis
Value: $ 295
79. ORVIS FLY LINE - Hy-Flote Extra Silver Label WF 9 Floating Line.
Front welded loop for easy and fast leader attachment. The versatile fresh16
water floating line gives outstanding performance characteristics: easy line
pickup, smooth casts, and minimal drag when fishing dry flies.
Donor: Orvis
Value: $ 45
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80. L.L. BEAN SPEY ROD - StreamLight 12' 6", 4 piece, 7/8 wt. Two
Handed Fly Rod, cloth sleeve and reel-on-rod case; StreamLight large arbor
Reel, Scientific Anglers Mastery Evolution Spey Line, and backing. These
rods perform as well as two-handed rods that are twice the price. You'll cast
farther with less effort. These long-distance cannons are remarkably efficient and easy to cast - overhead or spey.
Donor: L.L. Bean, Freeport, ME
Value: $ 366
81. SALMON FISHING TRIP ON THE RIMOUSKI RIVER - SEASON
2011 – Fishing trip on the Rimouski River (Bas-St-Laurent) which includes
salmon fishing for two days for two people on the Rimouski River, accompanied, during the 2011 season and includes a night at the Le Navigateur
Hotel, double occupancy, and breakfast at the La Cage aux Sports restaurant. Catch and release of large salmon (63 cm and higher) is mandatory.
Donor: Association des pêcheurs sportifs de saumon de la rivière Rimouski
Value: $ 450
82. SALMON FISHING TRIP ON THE À MARS RIVER - SEASON 2011
- Two day fishing trip for 2 persons in unlimited access sector of the À Mars
River, 2011 season (June 15 to September 15), including equipment if necessary. Provincial license, guide and meals not included.
Donor: Nature Rivière-à-Mars
Value: $ 250
83. SALMON FISHING TRIP ON THE BONAVENTURE - SEASON
2011 - Fishing trip on the Bonaventure River which includes two day salmon fishing for two people on the Bonaventure River (Gaspésie) between
August 15 and September 30, 2011, including 1 day salmon fishing for two
people in unlimited sector A-C-D. Catch and release of large salmon is mandatory. Provincial license, meals, guide, lodging and equipment not included.
Donor: Association des pêcheurs sportifs de la Bonaventure
Value: $ 250
84. SALMON FISHING ON THE PETITE CASCAPÉDIA RIVER - SEASON 2011 - Fishing trip on the Petite Cascapédia River which includes two
day salmon fishing for two people on the Bonaventure River in unlimited access sector C in 2011 season with three night’s for 2 to 4 people in one of
the five chalets of the Camp Melançon along the river. Reservations are
mandatory, upon availability. Provincial license, meals, guide and equipment
not included.
Donor: Association des pêcheurs sportifs des rivières Cascapédia
Value: $ 650
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85. WILBUR SALMON FLIES – Ten (10) beautifully salmon flies, tyed by
one of our Countries best tyers, Bill Wilbur. His flies are highly sought after
by collectors and prized by fisherman.
Donor: Bill Wilbur
Value: $ 75
86. COLLECTORS DISPLAY FLY - This fly is an Ackroyd. The tyer is Mark
Waslick who is one of the great U.S. tyers. Marks flies have been
illustrated in many books and his flies are in high demand by collectors.
Donor: Mark Waslick
Value: $ 275
87. CULLEN COLLECTORS FLIES - Two (2) very collectable flies tyed by
a world class tyer, Steve Cullen. The Snow Smelt and the Campfire are of
his creation. Any collector would be happy to display this flies in their collection.
Donor: Steve Cullen
Value: $ 35
88. WARREN DUNCAN GREEN MACHINES - Green Machine (25 ea)
flies in different sizes tyed on Tiemco 7999 and various types of Partridge
hooks tyed and signed by Warren Duncan and mounted under clear plastic.
Donor: Jerome Farnsworth
Value: $ 175
89. FORTY-ONE WW DOAK FLIES - WW Doak flies arranged by pattern
and size within a green WW Doak Double Nubby Tack fly box.
Donor: Jerome Farnsworth
Value: $ 195
90. “RIVER TALK” - River Talk is a collection of stories, tips and flies from
a lifetime on the River. Written by Mike Crosby.
Donor: ASF
Value: $ 85
91. "THE GOLDEN RETRIEVER" – “The Golden Retriever" by Joan Tudor
1966. Few people are more qualified to write about the breed - Dog World.
Donor: Kenneth Andersen
Value: $ 25
92. L.L. BEAN WOMANS DAY PACK - Our best day pack combines performance features with outstanding comfort. Top-load design, contoured
shoulder harness automatically adjusts for a custom fit, waterproof rain cover included in pocket at bottom of pack.
Donor: L.L. Bean, Freeport, ME
Value: $ 89
93. FLY FISHING MUSEUM POSTER PRINT – Commemorative Poster
for the June 7, 1991 exhibit at Fly Fishing Museum, “Wind Clouds” by Ogden
Pleissner.
Donor: Ralph and Marilyn Archibald
Value: $ 75
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94. DEERFIELD RIVER FLOAT TRIP – Two rods/one day. Float the historic Deerfield River with Harrison Anglers Guide Service. Trip includes lunch
and all the equipment. Fish all day on quality water for wild and stocked
rainbow and brown trout. The Harrison brothers know these waters intimately, are attentive guides, and skilled in catering to novice or experienced
anglers (July 1st thru March 31st).
Donor: Harrison Anglers Guide Service Value: $ 350
95. WOMAN’S PATAGONIA JACKET - Woman’s Patagonia Guidewater
Jacket. Size Medium. Color Shoreline Blue. This fully featured, technical fishing jacket provides waterproof/breathable protection, with a pocket system
engineered to keep contents stable, secure and accessible.
Donor: Patagonia Freeport Maine
Value: $ 400
Designated Raffle
96. REGAL VISE - The performance of Regal Vises lies in the unique
design of the head/jaws, which consistently hold the hook in place better
than any competitive vises. Allows for immediate change in hook sizes with
no adjustments. Each Regal Medallion Series vise rotates 360 degrees and
pivots 220 degrees up and down.
Donor: Orvis
Value: $ 165
97. NATICK OUTDOOR STORE GIFT CERTIFICATE - $25 Gift Certificate from Natick Outdoor Store. Best Fly Shop in Metro West.
Donor: Natick Outdoor Store
Value: $ 25
98. HERITAGE ‘WINDBEATER’ 10 FT. FLY ROD – Windbeater 3 piece
10 ft. fly rod for 7/8 wt line from Castle Arms, Springfield, MA. Designed by
Phil Castleman, the “Windbeater” rods have been fished for salmon, steelhead, bonefish and permit with rave reviews. You can cast into a small gale
with these rods and even go to a 9wt line on them with great results. Includes rod & bag.
Donor: Phil Castleman
Value: $ 275
99. RUSSELL HASKELL SOFT HACKLE SALMON FLIES – Six nicely
tyed soft hackle salmon flies tyed by Russell Haskell. MSA boxed selection
made up of very effective patterns. This style has become very popular.
Donor: Russell Haskell
Value: $ 38
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100. NATICK OUTDOOR STORE GIFT CERTIFICATE - $25 Gift Certificate from Natick Outdoor Store. Best Fly Shop in Metro West.
Donor: Natick Outdoor Store
Value: $ 25
101. 2011 SALMON LICENSE - NB Season Salmon License from Department of Natural Resources.
Donor: Department of Natural Resources
Value: $ 138
102. MAN’S PATAGONIA JACKET – Man’s Patagonia Deep Wading Jacket.
Size Medium. Color Sage Khaki. Our ultralight, streamlined fishing jacket
provides waterproof/breathable protection, and features zippered chest
pockets and fleece-lined hand warmer pockets.
Donor: Patagonia Freeport Maine
Value: $ 249
103. ORVIS FLY LINE - Hy-Flote Extra Silver Label WF 8 Floating Line.
Front welded loop for easy and fast leader attachment. The versatile freshwater floating line gives outstanding performance characteristics: easy line
pickup, smooth casts, and minimal drag when fishing dry flies.
Donor: Orvis
Value: $ 45
104. DELUXE BOTTLE GUARD – Elegant bottle guard in green canvas with
cognac leather detail from the J.W. Hume Co. will give lasting service.
Heavy fleece lining protects your preferred libation during travel. Bottle of
Famous Grouse scotch included. From Robin Hollow Outfitters, Dealers in
Fine Guns and Sporting Equipment, located at Addieville East Farm,
Mapleville, RI.
Donor: Bill Hadfield
Value: $ 120
105. THE ART OF AIDEN LASSELL RIPLEY - Through the numerous illustrations, “The Art of Aiden Lassell Ripley” documents the artist’s progression
and growth, from his initial rise as an Impressionist to his accurate and detailed depictions of his outdoor passions that continue to shape sporting art
today. Limited edition.
Donor: Stephen B. O’Brien, Jr.
Value: $ 75
106. GINNIE HIBBARD NOTE CARDS – Box consisting of two cards each
of five watercolor paintings of New England scenes by Ginnie Hibbard. One
box (10 cards) to four lucky winners. Four draws.
Donor: Ginnie Hibbard
Value: $ 30/bx
107. “TWO AND ONE HALF MILE RAPIDS, MIRAMICHI” – By Eldridge
Hardie. Print originally presented at the 1991 Annual Boston Dinner.
Donor: MSA
Value: $ 240
108. GREY CASSETTE REEL - The reel is a Grey GRXi – it’s a large arbor
reel for 7/8 lines with 3 cassettes that are interchangeable with other Grey
reels.
Donor: Bill Westaway
Value $ 110
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109. GRAB BAG - Go on, take a chance. Something for everyone!
Donor: John Cole and Acha Lord
Value: > $ 25
110. MSA SHIRT - MSA Twill Long Sleeved Shirt (Size M, Color Beige)
Donor: MSA
Value: $ 37
111. MSA GLASSES - Set of 4 MSA Glasses.
Donor: MSA
Value: $ 30
112. SALMON/STEELHEAD FLY LINE - RIO Salmon/Steelhead fly lines
(WF7F Yellow) donated from Fire Fly.
Donor: Fire Fly
Value: $ 60
113. EGRET IN A MARSH – From the collection of C.M. “Rip” Cunningham.
Donor: C.M. “Rip” Cunningham
Value: $ 225
114. JOHN COLE DECEIVERS - Mix of blue and chartreuse with box.
Donor: John Cole
Value: $ 60
115. TYLER STORY SALMON FLIES - Box of Salmon Flies by well known
Guide and NB fly tyer Tyler Storey.
Donor: Tyler Storey
Value: $ 65
116. "RUFFED GROUSE" - “Ruffed Grouse" 1989 - From the Wildlife Series
edited by Sally Atwater and Judith Scnell.
Donor: Kenneth Andersen
Value: $ 50
117. SIGNED CATALOGUE COVER – Framed and signed Boston Dinner
Catalogue Cover with fly drawn by John Swan.
Donor: Louis Newell
Value: $ 70
118. MSA MUGS - Set of 4 MSA Coffee Mugs.
Donor: MSA
Value: $ 30
119. ORVIS FLY TYING KIT - A great gift or the perfect starter kit for any
angler. This all-inclusive kit contains the Orvis Fly-Tying Manual, a cam-action vise, scissors, whip finisher, hackle pliers, dubbing needle, bobbin, bob bin threader, and hair stacker. Materials include: assorted hooks, dubbings,
threads, dry fly saddles, head cement, wires and tinsels, beads, dumbbell
eyes, chenille, marabou, hare's mask, mottled turkey quills, Hungarian partridge, peacock herl, muskrat fur, deer tails, and Krystal Flash.
Donor: Orvis
Value: $ 179
120. L.L. BEAN EMERGER FISHING PACK - Compact pack with an efficient fishing-specific storage system, Interior built-in neoprene reel cases,
Waistbelt keeps load from shifting
Donor: L.L. Bean, Freeport, ME
Value: $ 59
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121. WOOD MAPLE LEAF BOX – Wooden case with utensils.
Donor: Emmie Newell
Value: $ 30
122. L.L. BEAN KENNEBEC CHEST PACK - A great alternative to a vest
on short fishing trips; compact vertical shape holds two fly boxes; unique
sliding pocket for easy access to fly dressing, extra leaders and more.
Donor: L.L. Bean, Freeport, ME
Value: $ 39
123. PORTABLE OAK FLY TYING TABLE - Solid Oak Fly Tying Bench is
designed with numerous storage options. You can be set up to tie at a moments notice. Your tying station can be portable and cleans up in a snap.
Donor: Ralph and Marilyn Archibald
Value: $ 139
124. LADIES NECKLACE - Ceramic Kazuri Bead Necklace with Sterling Silver Clasp.
Donor: Lee Ladd
Value: $ 30
125. WEEKENDER BAG/W BALDACCI NOVEL – Designer bag, October
Morning, containing a David Baldacci novel.
Donor: Louis and Emmie Newell
Value: $ 45
126. WARREN DUNCAN FLIES – Assortment of Nine (9) large boxed Warren Duncan salmon flies.
Donor: Dinner Committee
Value: $ 60
127. WARM UP SPORT JACKET – White and black zipper sport jacket,
size large.
Donor: Louis and Emmie Newell
Value: $ 40
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Donors
We gratefully acknowledge the support of the individuals, companies and
organizations listed on this page. Without their generous contributions, this
fundraiser could not possibly be a financial success. Please show your
appreciation to the commercial enterprises by purchasing their products
and services. All have generously elected to help enhance and sustain the
quality of the Miramichi watershed!
The Orvis Company
L.L. Bean
Atlantic Salmon Federation
Patagonia, Freeport ME
John Swan
Luther Kelly Hall
David Lazarus
Roscoe Condon
The Ledges Inn
Sutters Salmon Club
Black Brook Salmon Club
Friend of the Miramichi River
Castle Arms, Philip Castleman
Mark Waslick
Andrew Giffin
Bill Wilbur
Jerome Farnsworth
Bill Hadfield
Jim Rusher
Jim Rusher Spey Schools & Guide
Service
C.M. “Rip” Cunningham
Acha Lord
John M. Cole
Russell Haskell
Stephen B. O’Brien, Jr.
Brad Burns
Ralph & Marilyn Archibald
Kit & Sue Barrow
Andy Dumaine
Gayden Curtis
The Nature Rivière-à-Mars
Jay L. Sweeney
Audrey Carroll Prucnal
The Association des pêcheurs
sportifs- de la Bonaventure
N.B. Dept. of Natural Resources
Bill Westaway
Lee Ladd
Harrison Anglers Guide Service
Howard Rossback, Firesteed Corp.
Nate Harris
Fred Brand
“New” Teton Reel Company
Sheila Hassan
Steve & Ginnie Hibbard
Catherine Belden
Rocky Brook
Manley Price
Becky Hilliker Firth
Steve Cullen
Chip Detwiller
John Petrasch
William H. L. (Ledge) Mitchell
Fire Fly
Jim Blackwell
Nate Amendola
Jared Tausig
Robert Barnaby
Debbie Norton, Upper Oxbow Outdoor Adventures
Natick Outdoor Store
Betty Ward
Dean Arvidson
Kyle Price
Tyler Storey
The Association des pêcheurs sportifs- de saumon de la rivière Rimouski
Ken Anderson
The Association des pêcheurs
sportifs- des rivières Cascapédia
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Miramichi Salmon Association, Inc
Officers
Mr. Manley Price
Chairman
Mr. J.W. Bud Bird
Chairman Emeritus
Mr. Mark Hambrook
President
Mr. David Wilson
Vice-Chairman
Mr. J. Louis Newell
Vice-Chairman
Mr. Carl D. Ash
Sec’yTrea. Finance
Mr. Ross Bingham, Q.C.
Consulting Solicitor
Staff
Mrs. Jenny Reid
Biologist
Mrs. Jo-Anne Linton
FundRaising Coordinator/
Communications
Fredericton
Mrs. Nola Chiasson
Administration
South Esk
Directors
Mr. Jim Anderson
Dr. Vaughn Anthony
Mr. Ralph Archibald
Mr. Paul Baker
Mr. Christopher (Kit) Barrow
Mr. Robert A. Bianchi
Mr. Anthony Boynton
Mr. Dan Cain
Mr. Andrew Clarke
Mr. Colin (Rip) Cunningham, Jr.
Mr. Brock Curtis
Mr. Charles W.H. Dodge
Mrs. Jacqueline Girouard
Mr. Andrew Goode
Mr. Stephen T. Hibbard
Mr. Robert L. Hinckley
Mr. David Hildebrand
Ms. Katherine Hughes
Mr. Jim Hughson
Mr. Larry B. Hunt
Mr. Ben Kaley
Mr. Robert Kenny,Q.C.
Mr. Kenneth Kyle
Mr. Axel Lerche
Mr. Eric LeDrew
Mrs. Acha Lord
Mr. Denis Losier
Mr. William M.R. Mapel
Mr. Doug MacDonald
Dr. Jack E. MacKay
Mrs. Muriel MacKenzie
Dr. Graham McCleave
Mr. Ben McCrea
Directors
Dr. James McQuaid
Mr. Alex Mills
Mr. Brian Moore
Mr. Gordon Mouland
Dr. George Mumford
Mrs. Debbie Norton
Mr. Clarke Payne
Dr. Peter Pratt
Mr. Rick Pryde
Mr. Chris Smith
Mr. Gary H. Stairs
Mr. Vincent Swazey
Mr. Everett Taylor
Mr. Paul Valeri
Dr. Martyn Vickers
Ms. Betty Ward
Dr. Carl Weiss
Mr. Peter Worth
Dr. Arne Youngberg
Honorary Directors
Mr. Ed Ahern
Mr. William Boyd
Hon. David M. Dickson
Mr. Jerry Doak
Mr. Hadley C. Ford
Mr. David T. Hashey
Mr. Philip Lee
Mr. Wesley Myles
Mr. Richard Oland
Mr. David Oxley
Mr. Ted Reevey
Dr. Joseph Sherer, Jr.
Mr. Keith Wilson
Miramichi Salmon Association (US), Inc
Officers
Mr. Manley Price
Chairman
Mr. J. Louis Newell
President
Dr. George Mumford
Vice President
Mr. Christopher (Kit) Barrow
Treasurer
Mr. John W. Gerstmayr
Clerk
Directors
Mr. Ralph Archibald
Mr. James H. Blackwell, Jr.
Mr. Anthony Boynton
Directors
Mr. William C. Bullock, Jr.
Mr. Bradford Burns
Mr. Hoagy Carmichael
Mr. David Cole
Mr. Colin (Rip) Cunningham, Jr.
Mr. Charles H. Detwiller, III
Mr. Tom Doyle
Mr. Andrew Goode
Mr. Peter Howell
Mr. Larry B. Hunt
Mr. James Ladd
Mr. William M.R. Mapel
Dr. Wayne A. Miller
Mr. Joseph F. Sherer, III
Mr. John Swan
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NEW BRUNSWICK Cumulative Counts of Grilse
as of October 31, 2010
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NEW BRUNSWICK Cumulative Counts of Salmon
as of October 31, 2010
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Notes
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