the famed Miramichi to the crystal clear rivers of the Gaspe
Peninsula, Eastern Canada is home to some of the best Atlantic
salmon rivers in the world. We have fished most of them and
have selected from the best of the best.
If sight fishing to big salmon with dry flies turns you
on check out this place. CampBonaventure is located on Quebecs
Gaspe Peninsula, along the banks of the pristine Bonaventure
River. Legendary for its clarity, the Bonaventure affords you
the incomparable opportunity to sight fish with dry flies to
big, bright Atlantic salmon. Arrangements can also be made to
fish on the nearby Petite and Grande Cascapedia Rivers. The
lodge features spacious double bedrooms with private baths.
The chefs are acclaimed for their superb cuisine, and youll
dine in front of the beautiful, 30-foot stone fireplace. Camp
Bonaventures bilingual guides are dedicated and professional,
and the entire staff will work to ensure your stay is an unforgettable
one. Cost: $3,500 per person per week based on double
Located on the St. Jean River, a small, absolutely clear, jewel
of a river on Quebecs Gaspe Peninsula, Pavilion is a dry
fly fishermans dream. They control over 50 pools along
18 miles of river - a river that drains a vast tract of spruce
and poplar on mountains so steep they have never been logged.
With water this clear the hardest part is watching and waiting
as a big salmon drifts lazily up to check out your bomber. Comfortable
cabins and excellent food. Cost: around $400 per day based on double
occupancy from Gaspe.
Wilsons Sporting Camps
Steeped in tradition, Wilsons has been catering to salmon
anglers for four generations. Located on the famed Main Southwest
Miramichi in the village of McNamee, they feature 16 private
and productive pools, some of the loveliest on the river,
which are easily waded or fished the old fashioned way - from
one of their classic wood and canvas canoes. Experienced guides,
warm friendly staff, comfortable accommodations and excellent
food make Wilsons a must on any Atlantic salmon anglers
wish-list. Spring salmon fishing is an option. Cost: starting at $600
per angler per day based on double occupancy.