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F.A.Q's

Q - When is the best time to come fishing?

A - This is a very common question asked, yet difficult answer. Scientists say that Atlantic Salmon are non feeding fish once in fresh water . Therefore we are not trying to figure out feeding habits. Water temperature, barometric pressure, river levels all play a role in how well salmon "take the fly".


Q - How do I know which fly to use?

A - This will depend on water levels, clarity and a variety of factors. Your Guide will assist you with fly selection based on their expertise and experience. General rules of thumb to remember are: faster moving or deep water - use larger flies . Conversely lower or slower moving water - smaller flies . The colors - black and green are magic on the Miramichi, never a bad choice. Fall (September on) - orange, gold, reds are a smart choice often in streamers.


Q - Are the bugs bad?

A - May through mid July is considered worst. After that much more moderate. A "bug jacket" is advisable if you have one, and of course fly repellent is a good idea to bring along.


Q - How long do we spend on the river?

A - On average about 8 hours a day. This is typically split between morning and evening sessions. These are considered to be the most productive times to fish for salmon.


Q - Why do salmon jump?

A - This is an age old question that there are many answers - non of which we know for sure are accurate. For fun ask your Guide!

Accommodations

Relax In The Quiet Comfort of the Outdoors and Enjoy Our Rustic Cabins

Bullock's Lodge (formerly known as Tuckaway Cabins) is conveniently located with in the village limits of Boiestown, NB. McCloskeys general store is only a mile away, their friendly and helpful staff can provide you with some of New Brunswick's finest cuts of meat. They also sell beer, wine, spirits and whatever other provisions you may need. There are also convenience stores and a few restaurants in close driving distance of camp. Cellular service is available in most areas. Landline phone, fax service and high speed Internet are also available from our office.

Bullock's Lodge is also located within half a mile of the local fire and ambulance service. To find us, use our handy Google Map for our exact location.


Bookings and Reservations

Come Stay With Us!

Be sure to check out this page in it's entirely for all kinds of photos and information about our Lodge / Rates / Polices and more. Then to book your accommodations and / or your Atlantic Salmon fly fishing experience, please contact us.


Our Cabins

Rustic Charm with Comfort and Convenience

We have designed Bullock's Lodge for the comfort and convenience of our guests. Two of our cabins are leased from Vince Swazey one of our guides and former outfitter. The cabins are housekeeping , with two bedrooms, two bathes, kitchen and sitting room. We offer the European plan, however there are local restaurants nearby. American plan is also available upon request. Each cabin is supplied with bedding, towels, cooking utensils, a microwave, dishes, propane barbecue and firewood for the wood stove. When you take a midday break, you can sit on your cabins front porch and watch the Miramichi waters slide by. The lower Swazey Camp Pool is a five-minute walk from your front door - in fact, all of our pools are within a mile of the cabins. We usually fish morning and evening sessions, but when the fishing's hot there's no dinner bell calling you back to camp.

 

Cabin #1 - The Upper Lodge Cabin

Sleeps 6.

2 Bedrooms plus Loft (1 double room; 1 room with 2 singles and a loft which has 2 single beds).One and a half bathrooms, living area, dining room and kitchen with centrally located wood burning stove.

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Cabin #2 - The Log Cabin

Sleeps 4.

2 bedrooms (2 single beds in each room). 2 bathrooms, living area and kitchen with centrally located wood burning stove.

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Cabin #3 - The Pine Cabin

Sleeps 5.

2 Bedrooms with 5 single beds (2 singles in one room; 3 singles in the other). 2 full bathrooms, living area and kitchen with centrally located wood burning stove.

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Bullock's Lodge Area Photos

Enjoy The Beauty.

Nature at it's best! Beautiful views of the river from your cabin area, lush natural greenery in the summer months and an abundance of color in the Fall season.

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More Photos

For even more photos, be sure to visit our Photo Gallery page.
 


Rates and Policies

Important Information

For information, please see our Policies and Pricing page.