The Atlantic salmon is undoubtedly the wealth of this magnificent river and its tributaries is one of the most productive of Canada. The salmon swim upstream in large numbers from mid-May to mid-October. You will fish the king of rivers with hip waders or by canoe (weather permitting) with a professional guide who will provide you with the best advice.
Boasting an internationally renowned reputation the Miramichi River offers a network of rivers that are absolutely fantastic of the Northwest Miramichi. Each tour is accompanied by an experienced guide who has a mandate for you to experience strong, vibrant emotions. Picture the scene: Clear waters and a salmon rushing to your fly deposited on the surface of the water. The attack, the fight!
From mid-September to migration, the furtive and unpredictable woodcock as well as a multitude of small game (ruffed grouse also called partridge, spruce grouse, and snowshoe hare) is hunted near the lodge. If you are bringing your retriever, then you will observe him at work in front of the abundance of prey.
Our guides and their retrievers know small game well and have the experience required to provide you with a successful hunt.
The rugged splendor of the forest, its crystalline waters and the changing seasons make the region of the Northwest Miramichi an exceptional location for amateur outdoor activities such as hunting and fishing.
By his self-confidence, his calm and power, this impressive mammal will inspire respect.
The wait on a baited site will test your nerves with unforgettable memories that will remain etched in your memory. Unforgettable memories that will remain etched in your memory.
Of all the large animals of North America, the white-tailed deer commonly called deer, is the most common and most widespread. Associated with its hearing and its acute sense of smell, its main defense is its speed in flight. At the slightest alarm, he lifts his tail and runs at a speed of 65km/h and jumps to heights of 18 meters. In an instant he can disappear into the forest, without leaving a trace behind him.