Andrew Anthony

Andrew has been guiding at the Ledges Inn for salmon, woodcock, grouse and pheasants for over a decade. He enjoys being in the outdoors with guest who share his passion for salmon and trout fishing as well as upland bird hunting. He and his wife Tammy and his two daughters Kaitlyn and Maegan moved permanently to the area 3 years ago so he can continue to pursue his career in guiding.


Lloyd Lyons

Lloyd has been fishing since he was knee high to a grasshopper and he has been guiding for Atlantic salmon on the Miramichi River for 47 years. Lloyd says his father and 5 brothers are all fishermen so fishing is in his blood. The part of guiding Lloyd enjoys most is meeting a variety of people and helping new anglers catch their first silver salmon with a fly-rod.


Wesley Curtis

Mountain Channel is very proud to have Wesley Curtis as its head guide in Grey Rapids. Wesley has been guiding on the Miramichi and the Cains River for over 53 years. He started guiding salmon anglers when he was sixteen year old and has been guiding ever since. Wesley started in career as a guide for Granville Stewart in Quarryville. Over the years, he guided for a number of outfitters on the river. For a while, he guided for “uncle Tom’s Cabins” (Mountain Channel, as we know it). At the time, it was owned by Tom & Bill Boyd of Fredericton. After guiding for other camps for a while, Wesley returned to Mountain Channel and has been there for over 20 years. Wesley is loved by all our guests who appreciate his positive attitude and his wealth of experience guiding for salmon.


Boyd Curtis

Boyd is a brother to head guide Wesley Curtis. He is a third generation guide on the Miramichi River. He is the Son of Roy and Edna Curtis who worked at Ted William’s fishing lodge for 34 years. Boyd joined Mountain Channel 5 years ago. He provides Mountain Channel guests his undivided attention and advice for catching salmon. He knows what it takes to catch fish and is sure to share his experience with our guests.


Greg Amos

Greg's passion for fishing began at a young age, and continued through out his life. This passion has been shown through his 15 years of professional guiding and his degree in aquaculture. It is an activity shared within his family as he is a second generation guide. In Greg's spare time he enjoys hanging out with his two sons, watching sports and visiting friends. He is excited to have his first official year with us at the ledges and we look forward to all our guests having the opportunity to meet him.