Post by Ken Corbett on Sept 30, 2015 7:15:16 GMT -5
All righty then, only one person guessed it right, my paddlin' buddy Aaron Fraser. It's the confluence of the Sabbies and the Cains rivers. It makes me wonder if one can float down the Sabbies. Maybe a day trip? The Cains is peaceful and unremarkable downstream, and there isn't any decent takeout until Blackville on the Miramichi.
You could probably float E. Sabbies in high water - short trip from the logging bridge off the E. Sabbies road off the Acadian. Likely pretty twisty and have to pass through the culvert at the Acadian. If you put in at the Culvert it's probably only an hour or so down to the river. I can't imagine it taking longer then a few hours altogether. There is several good take outs on the Cains down from the Sabbies - Salmon Brook, Cold Brook, and when the Cains dumps into the Miramichi - there is a trail there from the river and the camp that is next to it doesn't mind. It's about where the pavement stops on the S. Cains River Road - another 4-5 hours of paddling from where the Sabbies puts into the river at high water. If you want to just float and fish it would be a good full day trip.