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The Laval River (ZEC)

The Laval River

A longstanding reputation for some of the biggest salmon!

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.

A summary

Lenght
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

Information

Association de chasse et pêche de Forestville

Contact information

Address
41 road 138 East, Forestville (Québec) G0T 1E0
Phone
(418) 587-4948
Free Phone
1-888-587-0112
Fax
(418) 587-6061
Email
zecforestville@globetrotter.net

Annual statistics

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River Condition(s)