September 9, 2016
The end of season in the far north was marked by very low water levels due to an absence of precipitation for many weeks.
If the trout fishing was difficult, fishing for arctic char remained very correct. Our French fishermen were able to take many beautiful fish and also have lost a few.
During our trips we had the chance to observe daily the wild animals of the region, such as polar bears, black bears, peregrine falcons, geese, grouse …
The show was to highlight the northern lights that we admired for 4 nights.
Package of arctic char fishing: http://www.rapidlake.com/en/peche-omble-chevalier-quebec-canada/
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Published: 2016-09-09September 9, 2016 The end of season in the far north was marked by very low water levels due to an absence of precipitation for many weeks. If the trout fishing was difficult, fishing for arctic char remained very correct. Our French fishermen were able to take many beautiful fish and also have [+]
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