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Nunavik © Hooké/S.Davis

Hunting & fishing

Kick back around the fire with your friends at the end of a day on the water, and taste the day’s catch. Far from the hustle of daily life, you can fish and hike at your leisure and enjoy the long-standing traditions of hunting and fishing in Québec. Whether you arrive by plane, foot or car, you’ll fully appreciate the abundance of some 30 different species of fish—including salmon, bass, walleye and pike—in more than a million lakes and rivers. Enjoy our 15 wildlife reserves and over 600 hunting and fishing outfitters.

  • More than half a million lakes

  • More than 600 outfitters

  • 12 indigenous fish species

Get back to the beautiful basics

  • Try a fresh new angle Anticosti Island

    Renew your sense of wonder. Anticosti Island is an angling and hunting paradise—home to 24 salmon and trout streams and rivers. And all this with a screen saver-inspiring backdrop of magnificent cliffs, canyons and roaring waterfalls.

    Île d'Anticosti © TQ/P.Lambert - C.Parent
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    © TQ/M.Julien
  • Harvest on the high seas Crab fishing

    Experience the sunrise on the open waters. Head out on a crab harvesting cruise with a local fishing crew. Help sort the crabs. Bait traps. Learn the art and tradition of crab fishing.

    Gaspésie © TQ/M.Laporte
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    Gaspésie © TQ/M.Laporte
  • Be at home on the water Fishing boathouses

    Live the high life on a lake. Fish to your heart’s content. Sail deep into the heart of Québec’s natural wonders. Take in the aurora borealis from your deck. Discover sandy beaches accessible only by boat.

    © Réservoir Gouin
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    © Réservoir Gouin
  • Cast aside the everyday Salmon rivers

    Go with the flow. Battle the mighty salmon on one of Québec’s 60 accessible salmon rivers. Québec’s tourism regions are home to some of the world’s most spectacular fishing. You’re guaranteed to get hooked.

    Nunavik © Hooké/S.Davis
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    Nunavik © Hooké/S.Davis