Take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with this document about floatplane safety: tp12365e.pdf . A briefing will be conducted by your pilot prior to boarding the floatplane on your way to the fishing camp.
If you decide to drive to Fermont, it can be reached via Quebec Highway 389 from Baie Comeau. The road is 581 kilometers long (360 miles). It offers a mix of driving conditions, with about half of the distance paved and the rest being a good condition unpaved road with a few rough patches. Driving the whole distance at a safe speed requires approximately 8-9 hours.
It’s worth mentioning that you are driving through the Manic 5 hydro-electric megaproject that provides power to most of Quebec and the northeast United States. It is located at about the half-way point. If you can spare the time, it’s really worth a visit (free tours are arranged by Hydro-Quebec during the summer). There’s even a decent motel just before Manic 5 if you decide to split up your driving in 2 days.
By practicing Catch & Release of all but a few fish for a special meal, you will help ensure that your outstanding fishing experience can be repeated for many years to come! Learn tips on how to effectively Catch & Release fish so they have the best chance for survival.
“A good game fish is too valuable a resource to be caught only once.” — Fly Fishers International founder, Lee Wulff
Well-maintained boats with outboard motors. Buoyancy vests, gasoline, mixing oil and spare parts provided.
All amenities, including full kitchen, lights, running and hot water, toilet, shower, beds, small electric supply and communications.
Return flights from Fermont or Labrador City to your fishing camp.
We operate Facolli Fall, Haste Lake and Trophy Lake every year from mid-June to early Sept. Groups of 4 at Haste/Trophy, 4 or 6 at Facolli.
Our sites are located on tributaries of the world-renowned Caniapiscau River which delivers outstanding fresh water fishing.
Experience the wilderness of Northern Quebec. Observe outstanding sunsets and bright night skies, after a full day of fishing.