Written by Alain Lagacé
Northern Labrador offers a world-class fishing experience throughout the short arctic summer and if there's one you don't want to miss out, it's the Arctic Char fishing season.
Late August and early September marks the time when thousands of Arctic chars migrate up the coastal rivers to spawn. Arctic char fishing during this period is exceptional. Most of the time the fishing is done with direct sight on the fish. Expect to catch char averaging 8-10 lbs with occasional big ones of 12 to 15 lbs.
Many anglers consider that, at equal weight, these migrating Arctic chars are more combative than Atlantic salmon. One thing is certain, your experience and your equipment will be put to the test.
Accessible only by floatplane, this arctic char fishing trip is offered in combination with Atlantic salmon fishing on the George River. During these two (2) days of floatplane outings, you will fish alone with your small group of four (4) friends, accompanied by the expert fly fishing guide and a pilot who knows the area very well.
During these two exceptional days of arctic char fishing, you will experience arctic char fishing at its best. You’ll fish on different rivers and a great variety of waters. The floatplane pilot will be happy to show you the magnificent landscapes of the Torngat Mountains and the Labrador coast.
Expect to fish in pristine rivers and fjords where towering waterfalls plunge from the top of cliffs offering unforgettable grandiose landscapes. On this unique trip, there is also the possibility of seeing polar bear, black bear, and caribou.
Contact us for the latest availability:
-August 20 - August 27: SOLD OUT
-August 26 - September 2: 4 rods available
-September 1 - September 8: 4 rods available
Call or email us today for availability and special group pricing.
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