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Regions and rivers

Quebec is one of the unique region in the world for salmon sport fishing, with more than 60 beautiful salmon rivers accessible over 6 tourist regions of Quebec.  A fishing destination reputed and well known for its fishing quality, accessibility and affordable.

Bas-Saint-Laurent

Three (3) easily accessible rivers, always near a municipality and its services, where tea-colored water flows in splendid rural or woodland areas where we see significant elevation changes. 

Ouelle River

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Rimouski River

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Kedgwick River

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Charlevoix & Quebec City Area

Two (2) rivers, north shore of the St. Lawrence River east of Quebec City, offering its splendid landscapes with its multiple facets, sometimes peaceful, sometimes wild. The reddish color of the water blends perfectly with the overall decor breathtaking.

Malbaie River

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Du Gouffre river

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Côte-Nord Duplessis

Twenty-two (22) majestic rivers  waiting for you in this vast territory where the nature is magnificent, generous and wild. Salmon who dare to adventure in these rivers are reputed to be strong fighters. 

Moisie River

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Saint-Jean River

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Aguanus River

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Aux Rocher River

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Coxipi River

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De la Corneille River

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du Gros Mécatina River

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Étamamiou River

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Kécarpoui River

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Kegaska River

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Mingan River

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Musquanousse River

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Musquaro River

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Nabisipi River

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Napetipi River

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Natashquan River

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Nipissis River

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Piashti River

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Saint-Paul River

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Washicoutai River

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Petite Watshishou River

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Côte-Nord Manicouagan

Four (4) rivers traverse this region crisscrossed by thousands of streams and covered with dense forests. To the delight of anglers, the waters of the salmon rivers of the Manicouagan region are clear and cold.

Laval River

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des Escoumins River

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Godbout River

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Trinité River

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Gaspé Peninsula

Flowing through immense valleys, the twenty-two (22) salmon rivers in the Gaspé Peninsula are known for their crystal clear waters in a thousand shades of turquoise and emerald, flowing over rocky beds.

Bonaventure River

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Cap-Chat River

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Cascapédia River

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du Grand Pabos West River

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du Grand Pabos North River

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Matane River

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Mitis River

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Nouvelle River

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Petite-Cascapédia River

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Little Pabos River

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Sainte-Anne River

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Dartmouth River

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Saint-Jean-Gaspé River

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York River

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Causapscal River

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Grande-Rivière River

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Madeleine River

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Malbaie River (Gaspésie)

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Matapedia River

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Patapedia River

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Port-Daniel River

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Ristigouche River

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Saguenay Lac-St-Jean

Surrounded by the craggy mountains of the Saguenay Fjord, four (4) salmon rivers offer both whitewater and slow-moving pools, occasionally flowing through picturesque villages.

à Mars River

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Petit-Saguenay River

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Sainte-Marguerite River

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Saint-Jean-Saguenay River

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Anticosti Island

Five (5) rivers gliding through deep canyons await anglers in this land cut-off from Man, where Nature in all her wild splendour reigns supreme.

à la Loutre River

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aux Saumons River

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de la Chaloupe River

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Ferrée River

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Jupiter River

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Northern Quebec

Experience the adventure of the Far North where five (5) salmon rivers wind among hills rounded by glaciers, traversing the lichen-dotted tundra before flowing into Ungava Bay.

à la Baleine River

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aux Feuilles River

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Delay River

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George River

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Koksoak River

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