Finally the rivers of Ungava are free of ice

The weak snowfalls and the long period of severe cold that we had in Nunavik last winter created conditions of particularly thick ice, and to make it worst the late spring has retarded the thaw of the lakes by a few weeks. Finally most lakes and rivers along the Ungava coast are at last free of ice, and there are many hungry arctic chars on the point to return to the sea. The beginning of July is a period of intense fishing for arctic chars and fishes can be observed by dozens near the streams outlets. During this short transition period chars jump on anything that moves, dry flies, streamers… everything goes.

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