The Laval River (ZEC)
The Laval River
The Association de chasse et pêche de Forestville is the organization that manages the Forestville and Laval rivers (ZECs). Its mission is to manage wildlife in an equitable manner and develop hunting, fishing, camping, and outdoor activities. It offers quality service to the public.
The Laval River has 6 sectors, only 1 of which is limited-access, with a total of 67 salmon pools and 45 pools for sea trout, which are plentiful and significantly larger than average.
- 42 km open to fishing
- Sectors and pools
- 67 pools spread over 1 (one) limited access sector and 3 to open sectors.
- Type of fishing
- Wade, canoe, and boat
- Fishing season
- June 1st to October 15th
- Daily catch limit per angler
- 1 small salmon less than 63 centimeters
Association de chasse et pêche de Forestville
- 41 road 138 East, Forestville (Québec) G0T 1E0
- (418) 587-4948
- Free Phone
- (418) 587-6061