Monte Burke on one of many enduring traditions of Atlantic salmon fishing.
Each October, two important migrations happen on the Margaree River on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia.
The primary consists of a whole bunch of Atlantic salmon, returning to their natal river to spawn after a 12 months, or generally longer, spent within the ocean. Most of those salmon will traverse greater than 1,000 miles on their journey house.
The opposite is made up of legions of anglers from everywhere in the world who flock to the Margaree within the hopes of connecting with a kind of Atlantic salmon.
LINK (by way of: The NY Occasions)