New Brunswick group to proceed with invasive fish eradication in Miramichi area

Smallmouth bass angled from Miramichi River on Sept. 1, 2019 are seen in this handout photo. A working group says it intends to move ahead with efforts to eradicate smallmouth bass from New Brunswick’s Miramichi watershed later this summer. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO, Nathan Wilbur, Atlantic Salmon Federation) Smallmouth bass angled from Miramichi River on Sept. 1, 2019 are seen in this handout photo. A working group says it intends to move ahead with efforts to eradicate smallmouth bass from New Brunswick’s Miramichi watershed later this summer. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO, Nathan Wilbur, Atlantic Salmon Federation)

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