Bonaventure River Fly Fishing
The 2nd most popular fly fishing river in Quebec.
Thursday 21 July 2016 06:18 GMT
Northeast of Montreal on the south shore of the Gaspe Peninsula, the Bonaventure River is popular with fly fishermen.
The Bonaventure River is over 80 miles long and is known for its countless deep pools (well over 100).
The best fly fishing on the Bonaventure River can be found during June on sector A, sector B, sector B1 and sector C. Early season, you may want to use a canoe to access the river, while later in the season, it can be easily waded.
Overall, Bonaventure River is the 2nd most popular fly fishing river of all 3 fly fishing spots in Quebec.