There are few fly fishing destinations in the world that rival Arctic Quebec’s East Ungava Bay rivers. The East Ungava is one of those rare places with unspoiled, breathtaking scenery, gin clear water and more wild fish that you could dream of.
The Baudoncourt is one of those rare northern jewels holding a solid numbers of wild arctic char 10 months a year that run from 6 to 18 pounds / 20 to 34 inches. Near it we find the Koroc with miles upon miles of unexplored fishing spots and there are many others that the fishing make it among the best wild fly fishing on earth.
With some of the world’s best arctic char runs every August and September, expect big fights, awesome acrobatics jumps and reel screaming runs from these water-bound monsters. The reasons why the fishing is so good up here on the East Ungava coast is because that it’s a remote, wild and the rivers have long gravel shoals, white water rapids, and deep pools that lend themselves perfectly to char habitat.
The daily fly-out fishing by float plane to different rivers make it an unbeatable fishing experience. Beside fishing you can expect to see black bears, polar bears, whales, icebergs and if you are lucky at night you will see the dancing Aurora Borealis.
Five different fishing packages are offered, from 7 days / 6 nights to 6 days / 5 nights in guided and semi-guided formulas.
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