May 27 – June 3, 2018
Restigouche River Atlantic Salmon
Restigouche River Lodge, NB
with host Jeff Bright
Some of the biggest Atlantic salmon in North America return to the famous Restigouche River dividing New Brunswick and Quebec. And the biggest of the biggest enter the river in their prime during the weeks of late May and early June. Anglers from the world over come here to try for a salmon topping 30 pounds. We're excited to have the chance in 2018 with this early season week. Check out the Restigouche River Lodge website for videos, photos and more.
Target river: Restigouche River
Group size: 6 anglers, including host; 2 anglers per guide (program capacity 12)
2018 rate: 5000 USD + 15% tax (50% tax rebate available) based on double occupancy. Single occupancy available for additional charge.
Includes: 6 full days guided fishing + half days on arrival and departure, 7 nights accommodation
Additional costs: Round trip transportation to lodge, licensing, gratuities, alcoholic beverages
Availability: 1 opening | inquire
Restigouche River Lodge
The Restigouche River Lodge is located in Mann’s Mountain, New Brunswick, Canada. Positioned centrally in the watershed, the lodge owns rights to 3.5 miles of private and exclusive water — from the junction of the Matapedia River in Quebec across to New Brunswick and then to a point over three miles upriver encompassing the shores of both New Brunswick and Quebec. Here, the angler has the opportunity to pursue large Atlantic salmon fresh from the salt on some of the best speyfishing water in eastern Canada. Additionally, from spring into June (and then again in late summer through the end of September) RRL has an additional two miles of adjacent water available to guests. Wading is relatively easy, though some pools may be fished from 26-foot motorized canoes.
Restigouche River Lodge website