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Atlantic Salmon Fly Fishing on the Bonaventure River in Quebec


Road Accessible Lodge in Quebec’s Southern Gaspe to Fly-Fish for Atlantic Salmon


This exceptional experience on the lower Bonaventure River is the Canadian Atlantic Salmon fly-fishing trip you have only dreamed about.  There is no comparison to the quality of the accommodations, food, guides, and, most importantly, the historic Atlantic salmon waters of Gaspe, Quebec, that you will fish.


  • Fly Fishing for Atlantic Salmon
  • Bonaventure River, Gaspe Quebec
  • Drive-in Access
  • Riverfront Lodge
  • All-Inclusive Package
  • First Class Service, Meals, and Guiding


These fly fishing trips for Atlantic Salmon in the Gaspe region of Quebec are simply legendary, your fathers and grandfathers told you about them, and the salmon are still here waiting for you. This is the ultimate salmon fly-fishing trip that you must experience in your lifetime. 

This riverfront lodge has been described as one of the finest Atlantic salmon fishing lodges in Canada. Nestled in a natural stand of white birch trees on the banks of the lower Bonaventure River in the southern Gaspe region of Quebec, it is a classic salmon lodge designed for the most discriminating fly-fishing enthusiasts. You can fish the Bonaventure, Petite Cascapedia, and Grand Cascapedia Rivers, which are accessed by canoe and walk & wade.   

This is an Orvis-endorsed lodge that provides ultimate comfort, renowned service, and a standard of the fly fishing sport that will exceed your expectations. This is the ultimate Atlantic Salmon freshwater fly-fishing experience in Canada.  It’s time to cross this off of your fishing trip bucket list!

Availability June - Sept
Duration 3, 4 or 7 DAYS
Difficulty Easy Suitable for most people in fair condition.
Minimum age 12 years
Group maximum 12 PEOPLE
Meet on Location Yes
Pick Up Available


3 195
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  • No Booking Fees
  • Fast & secure payment
  • Personal Experience
  • Local Guides
  • Small Group Experience

Availability & Prices (2024):
3 day package: $4350 per angler
4 day package: $5800 per angler
7 day package: $10150 per angler

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What's Included

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  • Accommodations in lodge rooms or cabins
  • First-class meals, snacks, soft drinks and wine with dinner
  • Fully Guided (2:1 guest to guide ratio), powered 26’ canoes
  • Transportation between the lodge and rivers
  • Use of all lodge facilities
  • Transfers from Bonaventure Airport to the lodge

What to bring

  • Long and short-sleeved shirts
  • Full-length pants and shorts
  • Sweater, vest, or pullover
  • Jacket for the cooler mornings and evenings in June and September
  • Leggings and insulated socks
  • Your favorite/lucky fishing hat
  • Rain jacket
  • Sunscreen and Bug repellent (also available at the pro-shop)
  • Single-handed fly rods – 9’ 8/9 wt.
  • Spey and/or Switch rod – if preferred. Also available in our rental equipment should you be interested in learning.
  • Reel with adequate draw system capable of holding 150 yards of 20 lb backing
  • Floating fly line
  • Waders
  • Boots (felt-soled preferred)
  • Wading belt
  • Polarized sunglasses
  • Your favorite salmon flies – wet and dry
  • Leader material – Maxima 8 to 15 lb test

Not Included

  • Transportation from your home city to Bonaventure Quebec
  • Alcoholic beverages from the bar
  • Fishing Licence
  • Fishing gear, tackle and waders (top quality rentals are available for $25 per day)
  • Travel Insurance

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Arrival Day – Check-in is any time after 3:00 pm. This gives our guests plenty of time to settle in, take a tour, enjoy a cocktail, and get into vacation mode. Hors d’oeuvres are served at 6:30, and supper is served at 7:30. 

Fishing Days – Please keep in mind that this is your fishing trip and your experience. These are suggested times, but should you wish to have an early start or to sleep in, we are happy to accommodate. Breakfast service begins around 6:00 am. The guides arrive at the lodge at 7:00 am. Your departure is whenever you are ready. You are usually gone for a full day of fishing. You have the flexibility to return to the lodge at your discretion, provided it is before supper and darkness. Upon your return, hors d’oeuvres are served at 6:30, and supper is served at 7:30.

Departure Day – Before going out to fish on your last day, all your personal belongings should be removed from your room prior to your departure to the river. The daily routine is just like any other fishing day. However, upon your return to the lodge, your stay will come to an end.

Built in 1993 and designed as a classic fishing lodge, this is the perfect destination for your fly-fishing vacation. The main lodge features a spacious and open-concept living room and dining room area that is accentuated by a stunning thirty-foot river-stone fireplace. Laughter and fishing stories take on a life of their own, and friendships are made because of their shared passion for the sport. This lodge accommodates up to eight guests in four inviting and comfortable double bedrooms, each with a private bathroom. Evenings are enjoyed gathered around the crackling fire or on the outside veranda, where many coffees, nightcaps, and years of fishing adventures have been shared.

Just steps away from the main lodge, you will find the private guest house, which is the ideal accommodation for a family of four, two couples, or four fishing friends. It features a spacious living room with a river-stone fireplace, two comfortable double bedrooms with private baths, a screened-in porch off each bedroom, and its own patio.

This lodge also features a functional Rod Room. Thoughtfully designed, it offers anglers a secure location to house their rods, reels, and gear. Custom rod holders line the wall, and expertly crafted wooden lockers offer private storage for each angler to dry their gear overnight. The Rod Room always has fresh coffee in the morning and refreshing drinks for your return from the river. It is where you will meet your guide and anticipate the days of fishing to come.

Green river lodge house in Canada

Your fishing experience is perfectly complemented by the enjoyment of homestyle cuisine. Your Executive Chef, Diane, has a passion for both fishing and the culinary arts and has crafted a menu inspired by an assortment of seasonal favorites. A full breakfast is served every morning with daily specials, homemade wild berry jams, and local maple syrup. Lunch is served by the river and includes hearty soups, fresh salads, savoury stews, delicious chilli, and a variety of sandwiches. Your shore lunch is not just a refuelling stop but an experience that fosters a sense of camaraderie amongst fellow anglers and guides.

Upon your return to the lodge, enjoy tasty hors d’oeuvres with your favourite cocktail in the living room or watch the sunset on the veranda. In the dining room, guests are served a delicious full-course supper with wine and irresistible homemade desserts. The exceptional culinary offerings will become an integral part of your stay and a testament to the commitment provided to your memorable fly-fishing experience.

Lunch plate with lobster and vegetables

Guests have the opportunity to fish on three of Gaspe, Quebec’s most well-known and productive Atlantic salmon rivers. The Bonaventure River is legendary for its water clarity and offers its anglers a captivating sight-casting experience. The Petite Cascapedia provides an intimate fly-fishing adventure, creating a tranquil haven for those seeking both the thrill of a catch and the solace of nature’s embrace. The world-famous Grand Cascapedia River, home of the Cascapedia Giants, will create memories to last a lifetime.

You will enjoy a full-day fishing experience with a riverside lunch served by your guides. During the month of June, anglers will fish a combination of casting from traditional 26-foot river canoes and wading. July and August present anglers with the opportunity to walk & wade during the action-packed dry fly season. September is an exciting month due to seasonal changes on the river, so anglers can expect both wade and canoe fishing depending on water levels.

Anglers of all ages and skill levels are welcome on these trips. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a beginner, your fishing adventure is designed to provide a welcoming and enjoyable fly-fishing experience. Your professional guides are great teachers, too.

Two men fishing and caching fishes in river

Payment Details


Pricing does not include 14.975% Provincial and Federal Taxes.

A 50% deposit is required to hold your reservation.

The balance of payment is due 60 days before the trip commences.

Credit Card payments are subject to a 2% charge added to your deposit.

Cancellation Policy:

If you cancel your trip for any reason, you must notify the lodge by email or in writing. We will then make every attempt to rebook your reservation. Please take note that upon canceling your reservation, you forfeit the option for first refusal of your dates for the following season.

Refund Policy: 

If we manage to rebook your trip, you will receive a refund in the full amount paid, less a 6% administrative fee.  In the event that you find a replacement angler(s) to assume your reservation, they are responsible for the remaining balance. Any deposit made is to be coordinated and exchanged amongst the anglers involved.

Transfer Policy: 

All anglers are offered a one-year transfer of their reservation and deposits

should they need to cancel their fishing trip (valid reason required in writing). You have the option to retain your current dates or choose an alternative time and/or different lodge, subject to availability. Please be aware that all invoices will be adjusted to reflect the rates applicable for that season and location.