Take in a variety of historic fishing villages, and heritage sites of the Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland.
Operated Sunday through Sunday
Arrive in St. Anthony or Deer Lake. Dinner at Tuckamore Lodge (depending upon flight arrival time) with an introduction to the unique culture and history of the Great Northern Peninsula. Learn about the innovative conservation projects currently in progress. Eider Duck Enhancement and Fish Habitat improvements. Your first night at Tuckamore ? hear the cry of the forlorn Common Loon.
Salmon fishing and boat tour Up bright and early for a good morning of fishing in a local Salmon River, then back to the lodge for a rest. In the afternoon we will take a boat tour with Northland Discovery boat tours for some iceberg and whale watching. Experience the excitment of viewing one of Newfoundland's largest sea caves, while listening to the stories of our local legends.
Enjoy a full day of Salmon Fishing.
Up in the morning for a hearty breakfast, then its off to Conche for a day of learning about our local heritage, on display at the French Shore Interpretation Centre. Take a hike along the rugged coastline, where you will have the opportunity to see whales, icebergs, seabirds, caribou and seals.
Full day of Salmon Fishing
Return to the airport after a warm goodbye from your new friends at Tuckamore Lodge. See you next year.
Includes pickup and return to Deer Lake or St. Anthony Airport. Deer Lake is a 4-hour drive through the Gros Morne National Park and St. Anthony Airport is a beautiful scenic 20-minute drive to the lodge. Accommodations, meals, boats and canoes, guides (2x1), truck transportation to all fishing pools when necessary, all pack out lunches, preparing your fish to take home are all included. Smokers available.
License Fees For: Individual $80.00 & Family $125.00
CA$2,990 per person (Canadian dollars)
Harmonized Sales and Service Tax (HST) of 13% must be paid to the lodge for all trips with a 6.5% rebate to non-Canadian residents.
Deposits are Non-refundable.
Daily Rates: $498 Canadian/per day One on one guide: $250 extra per week. NOTES: Great fishing in July and August. Excellent fishing first three weeks of July. Catch and release / Average number is 9-12 salmon per day. Beautiful secluded Scandinavian-style accommodations in a relaxing wilderness setting with spacious rooms, Jacuzzi, sauna and local art
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