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Here you will find our selective list of Northeastern US and Eastern Canada lakes, rivers and streams that we recommend.
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Go Fishing Now in Quebec
Parlez vous francais? If that answer is no, you need not worry as long as you can speak fishing.
Quebec doesn't always get the recognition for fishing as its provincial neighbor to the west, but this province has a lot to offer any one looking for a quality fishing trip.
Trout, walleye and northern pike are the most sought after fish species. But many waters also hold quality bass fishing.
Accommodations range from very remote to luxury. Quebec is a French speaking province. Our experience has been that this is not an issue at most lodges. The more remote you get, stops in small town grocery stores or gas stations will sometimes present a small language barrier but nothing that should prevent anyone from a fishing trip to the beautiful remote regions of Quebec.
For information on fishing regulations, visit Quebec's Ministry.
The photograph of the float plane on the lake is from Alain Audet.
So, what are you waiting for? Go Fishing Now in Quebec!
Quebec Fishing Directory
Advanced Bassin’ Plus
Do you want to fish the Montreal area? Do you want to fish the St. Lawrence River or one of the nearby lakes? Do you want to fish with a Quebec tournament fisherman? Do you want fish multi-species including bass (largemouth and smallmouth), walleye, northern pike, muskie or sturgeon? If you love fishing as much as we do, I am sure you answered yes to all of those questions. Then you should also say to yes to fishing with Advanced Bassin' Plus because they meet all these criteria. Guide Mark Currie will fish this area of Quebec with you out of his well equipped Range multi-species boat. Some of the specific waters he fishes are St. Lawrence River, Lake St. Louis, Lake St. Francis, Lake Memphremagog, Mississquoi Bay of Lake Champlain, Lake of Two Mountains and Ottawa River. All of these waters have outstanding fishing potential and Advanced Bassin' Plus can help you realize that potential.
So, you want to do some salmon fishing. Well, let us recommend a place we have found and has made our juried directory. Let us recommend that you take a look at Camp Bonaventure in Paspebiac, Quebec. Camp Bonaventure is an American Plan lodge that caters to those coming to the province in search of the mighty salmon. Their salmon fishing takes place on the Gaspé Peninsula's Bonaventure River, Petite Cascapedia River and Grand Cascapedia River. You have two options for your accommodations. You can stay at their main lodge, which has four guest rooms accommodating up to 8 people. Each room has a private bath and screen porch. You can rent their private guest house, which has two bedrooms and can accommodate up to four people. Their fishing season runs June through September. Their packages include lodging and dining, snacks, fishing, professional guides and transportation while at the lodge. Packages are typically three, four or seven days. Regardless of the length of your trip, you should definitely consider Camp Bonaventure for a Quebec salmon fishing adventure.
La Réserve Beauchêne
La Réserve Beauchêne should be on the bucket list of anyone who loves Northern fishing. La Réserve Beauchêne is located in Quebec near the town of Témiscaming. From everything we have researched this is an amazing combination of luxury accommodations with a fishing focus. This fishing resort provides American Plan and Housekeeping (European) lodging. Fishing is available for lake trout, smallmouth bass, northern pike, walleye, whitefish, splake and brook trout. They fish 50,000 of Quebec wilderness territory. This gives them access to 40 different lakes to fish. Their main fishing season runs from Early May through the month of September. Choice of accommodations range from lodge rooms to chalets to outpost cabins to a quiet campground. With their back lake options, you can fish a different lake each day of your trip if you like. We have to be honest and say that this isn't the least expensive place in our directory but from what we have been told you more than get what you pay for when visiting La Réserve Beauchêne.