Angling on the Edge of North America
Welcome to Newfoundland and Labrador
Teeming with pristine rivers and record-setting trophies, Newfoundland and Labrador offers some of the best angling on the continent. Whether it’s a trip by boat, wading in our cool, clear waters, or a fly-in to a remote, untouched area, the angling adventure of a lifetime awaits.
Wild Atlantic Salmon
Here you’ll find 66% of North America’s best Atlantic salmon rivers at your disposal, some with annual runs of up to 40,000 fish. There are nearly 200 known wild Atlantic salmon rivers to choose from, including some of the world’s greatest, like the Humber, Exploits, Gander, and Eagle rivers. Some with fighters weighing up to 30 pounds – just waiting for their next round.
Trophy Brook Trout
Surrounded by nothing but pristine wilderness, there’s not much more an angler could ask for. Except, perhaps, an abundance of wild and ready brook trout. And that’s exactly what you’ll get in a legendary destination like this. Where 5- to 7-pounders are common, and trophies can weigh a whopping 10 pounds. Maybe that’s why it’s considered the best brook trout angling on the planet.
Our world-renowned guides are ready to help you hook the Atlantic salmon or trophy brook trout of your dreams. Choose from a variety of packages ranging from exclusive lodges accessible by helicopter, to women-only fishing trips. Browse exclusive Newfoundland and Labrador angling packages here.
Tips to Catching Big Muskies in the FallLearn More »
Tips to Catching Big Muskies in the Fall
The fall is a magical time to catch trophy muskies. Check out these tips and techniques to help you land that muskie of a lifetime!
Fraser River BC Fall Fishing!Learn More »
Fraser River BC Fall Fishing!
Fraser river fall fishing expected to be hot for 2014! Read our forecast for the Fraser river valley and salmon and sturgeon fishing reports.
Chesapeake Bay Atlantic SturgeonLearn More »
Chesapeake Bay Atlantic Sturgeon
Once found throughout Chesapeake Bay, the Atlantic sturgeon is now a very rare catch. In fact, the AMFC closed the east coast to sturgeon in June 1998.