Quebec great fishing trip at the Bark lake outfitter

  • Cabonga reservoir, Québec
  • 3 days/ 3 nights
  • Mid-may t mid-september

From

979.99$ CAN $
  • 2 person(s)
  • Intensity level 1/5

The walleye and lake trout fishing outfitter Bark Lake Lodge is located on the Cabonga Reservoir, just 4 hours from Montreal and 3 hours from Gatineau. On site there are 13 cabins, equipped with a system of solar panels at the leading edge, that can accommodate from 1 to 18 people, supplied with running water and electricity around the clock.
Sara and Benoit, great lovers of this magnificent lake for decades, invite you to come and discover the unparalleled quality of fishing offered by the surrounding waters of the outfitter. You will be immersed in the lush nature of the Laverendrye Wildlife reserve and you will measure walleye, lake trout and pike from the legendary Cabonga Reservoir.

Amrican plan

Additional information: A guide is available upon reservation and at an additional cost. This package requires 2 people and a reservation of 3 nights minimum.

What the trip includes

Meal
All inclusive
3 meals in the dining room
Soft drinks and water

Transport
Any transport from the chalet to the hunting point

Accommodation
Chalet that can accommodate from 2 to 6 people
3 nights
Bathroom with shower with hot water
Electricity 24h / 24h
Bedding and towels included

Included
Wifi included in the vicinity of the lodge for 7 nights
Every meal
16-foot fiberglass boat with 20 HP 4-stroke Mercury engine
Walleye, lake trout and pike fishing
Gaz
Worms and leeches with velonties
Preparation of the catches
Freezing fish
Right of access for SEPAQ fishing
Ice

Exclusions
  • Fishing clothes and boots
  • Waterproof clothing
  • Quebec fishing license (available on site)
  • Alcohol and wine
  • Tips for staff and guide
  • Provincial, federal and accommodation taxes
  • Guide
  • Fishing gear and lures

WHAT TO BRING?

  • Warm, breathable clothing for fishing
  • Warm waterproof boots and/or lined rain boots
  • Warm and/or breathable socks
  • Waterproof clothing (coat and pants)
  • Cap, gloves, toque and neck warmer
  • A Thermacell is highly recommended or any other insect repellent
  • Camera or smart phone and its charger
  • Flash light
  • Binocular
  • Personal effects (soap, toothbrush …)
  • Medication (if applicable)
  • Evening clothes and shoes
  • Fishing equipment
  • Fishing lure
  • Quebec fishing licenses
  • Life jacket (available on site)
  • GPS
  • Wine, beer and other alcoholic beverages
  • Cash (tips)