Quebec, the largest of all Canadian provinces, is named by the Algonquin people “the place where the river narrows”. Whether you are a sightseer, hunter or fisherman, Quebec has something for everyone. Stretching nearly 3,000 miles from the capitol city of Montreal to the remote Inuit village of Ivujivik on the Hudson Strait, this unique part of Canada is rich in history, culture and the opportunity for some of the best hunting and sport fishing to be found anywhere.
Quebec boasts one of the largest caribou herds in the world, with the Leaf and George River herds numbering in excess of 1-million animals. If your pursuit is fishing, then the possibilities are unlimited. This is the land of lake trout, arctic char and some of the best brook trout fishing in the world.
Many of these destinations are within easy travel distance to most places in the U.S. and certainly from the eastern part of the country. The folks in Quebec are friendly offer outstanding service and are waiting for you and your next trip in search of a lifetime of memories.