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The Cape Breton Conga Line

November 18, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

Monte Burke describes the atlantic salmon fishing on Nova Scotia’s Margaree as “courteous, festive affair. Locals and ‘fromaways’ share the pools, moving along in an affable conga line, so that everyone gets a shot at the prime salmon lies. Anglers make a cast, swing their fly through the pool, then take a step downstream.” In Forbes magazine.