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Our Rivers

The rivers of the Gaspe peninsular flow from high in the Chic Choc mountains, through steep forested gorges to their exit in to the Bay of Chaleur.

There are many reasons for why they have found such favor with salmon anglers but high on the list would be the clarity of the water, the consistency of the water temperatures, the propensity of this strain of salmon to rise to a dry fly and most importantly the real possibility of hooking giant salmon.

The Grand Cascapedia produces a dozen or so fish in excess of forty pounds each year and is consistently the producer of the largest Atlantic salmon in North America. Neither the Petite Cascapedia nor Bonaventure are as consistent in this regard although both have the potential for big fish. Certainly fish of over thirty pounds are a common occurrence and barely raise an eyebrow among the guides on these rivers. The clarity of the water on these latter rivers when compared to the more tannin Grand Cascapedia adds to their attraction. Being able to sight and then fish for large Atlantic salmon, often with a dry fly, is one of the main draws for our fishermen and women.

 

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A selection of views from
some of our rivers.

 


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