At the SAEN AGM held on Sept 11th, 2014 the new board was put in place.
This years board is:
President Scott Nightingale
Vice President (Vacant)
Secretary Robert Bishop
Treasurer Clar Button
Past President Trevor Davis
FISHERIES AND OCEANS CANADA NOTICE TO ANGLERS
Sep. 12, 2014
Salmon Angling Log
Anglers are reminded to complete their Salmon Angling Log. Angling log
data is an important tool in the stock assessment process. If you
purchased a license and did not fish, it is important to let us know. If
you did fish please record your daily angling activity as accurately as
possible. Check the appropriate box and submit your form.
The Salmon Angling Log can be found online at
Play a part in conserving the resource. Submit your form today.
ASF has just launched a Catch and Release Photo Contest.
The contest is for the best photo of a person releasing an angled Atlantic Salmon this year (2014). The Lucky winner will be notified on Nov 04, 2014 and the prize is a Sage Rod.
You are encouraged to participate in this contest and to encourage others to do the same.
Thanks and good luck!
ASF Catch and Release Contest
Fly Tying Course
SAEN Fly Tying courses for beginners & intermediate Fly Tiers
Course Start Date: Tuesday Sept 30th, 2014
Class Time: Every Tuesday 7:30 -9:30 PM
Course Duration: 10 Weeks
Course Location: SAEN Office 50 Pippy Place Unit #8
Course Cost: $50.00 for non-members and $30.00 for members.
Contact the SAEN office to register. firstname.lastname@example.org or 722-9300
Salmonid Association of Eastern Newfoundland announces completion of Salmon Spawning Bed Project on Rennies River.
A ceremony will be held Thursday Aug 21st 2:30pm at the site (bridge on O’Leary Avenue beside the Dollarama Store) to officially announce completion of the project and to thank our community partners who supported and collaborated on the project. They include the Recreational Fishery Conservation Partnership Program, the Atlantic Salmon Conservation Foundation, AMEC, Conservation Corps of Newfoundland and Labrador, TD Friends of the Environment Fund and RBC Bluewater Fund.
In 2012 the Salmonid Association of Eastern Newfoundland (SAEN) commenced a five year experimental project to reintroduce wild Atlantic Salmon to the Rennies River Watershed. As a result of volunteer efforts thousands of fertilized eggs have been planted. This city river now hosts two year classes of juvenile wild Atlantic Salmon. Electrofishing results confirm that the fish are in good shape and are establishing and occupying territories throughout the upper reaches of the watershed. In anticipation of adults returning to spawn in future years SAEN has now completed a project located downstream from the bridge on O’Leary Avenue. This is an area that was encroached upon by parking lots on both the east and west banks. Seven low head dams have been installed and the pools have been filled with over 35 tons of spawning stone. In addition the barren, rocky east and west banks have been enriched with topsoil and plantings of native species of grasses, shrubs and trees. These plantings will provide root systems to prevent bank erosion and will also provide a protective canopy to protect against summer sun and overhead predation.
We hope you can join us and help us in informing the general public on this exciting milestone in the re-introduction of Atlantic Salmon to the Rennies River.
For more information or comment from SAEN contact: Scott Nightingale 689-2544
Pictures of Green Team working on the project
SAEN Annual General Meeting
Date: September 11th, 7pm
Place: Hampton Hall, Marine Institute, Ridge Road
Review of 2013 AGM minutes
Errors and/or Omissions
Projects Committee Report
Election of Officers
Any Other Business Arising
FISHERIES AND OCEANS CANADA NOTICE TO ANGLERS
Aug. 18, 2014
Salmon Rivers re-opening in Zone 10 and Zone 11
DFO advises anglers that due to improved environmental conditions in some
areas the following rivers will re-open one hour before sunrise on
Wednesday August 20, 2014.
For more information please visit the In Season River Status Report at
www.nfl.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/NL/River-Status/In-Season or call the Angling Line
96. Nonsuch Brook
97. Cape Rodger River
98. Bay de l’Eau River
99. Red Harbour River, Northeast &Northwest branches & tributary streams
118. Allen's Cove Brook, Facheau Bay
119. Bottom Brook, Facheau Bay
120. Hare Bay Rivers, Southwest Coast
Today as part of their “Blue Water Project” the Royal Bank of Canada presented a donation to SAEN (Salmonid Association of Eastern Newfoundland) in support of the project to reintroduce Atlantic Salmon into the Rennies/Virginia River system.
SAEN does have a Facebook page and we would like you to become friends on our page
The page name is : Saen Nfld
The page can be found by typing Saen Nfld in the search box.