Inukshuk Lodge – Live an Arctic char fishing adventure
Discover Inukshuk Lodge, the #1 arctic fishing destination in Nunavik
Located in Nunavik Northern Quebec, Inukshuk lodge is the only lodge on the shore of Ungava Bay. Black Point (Qirnituajuit) is a unique place to fish for Arctic Char . Here you will live an Arctic fishing adventure in a wild, unspoiled arctic marine environment where we are not at the top of the food chain: the land of the Inuit and Nanuk, the white bear.
Immerse yourself in northern Quebec at our arctic char fishing lodge
Huge tides creating ever changing landscapes, incredible biodiversity and huge Arctic char make this a trip you will never forget.
This is an area with almost no human presence and very low fishing pressure . From July to mid-August, we fish from the shore and from boats around the islands and schoals where Arctic char, Sea Run Brook Trout and Atlantic salmon feed before returning to the Tunulic , Markol , Danielou or Lagrevé rivers to spawn.
Interested in Inuksuk Lodge’s arctic char fishing trip
8 guests per week
June 27 – July 4: Sold out
July 4 – 11: Sold out
July 11 – 18: Sold out
July 18 – 25: Sold out
July 25 – August 1: 8 Rods
August 1 – 8: 8 Rods
RATES $7,500.00 CAD +taxes/ person
Nordic adventure stay (9 to 11 days)
June 19 – 27: 6 places
August 8 – 18: 8 places
August 17 – 26: 8 Places
September 25 – 4: 8 Places
Rates on request
Arctic fishing for Arctic char, sea trout and Atlantic salmon
During the short Arctic summer, Arctic char, sea trout and Atlantic salmon migrate to the sea where they feed heavily on sand lance and shrimp before returning to spawn in freshwater.
Photography workshop of northern Quebec
Ungava Bay is a huge, little-known and sparsely populated area. The harshness of the climate has sculpted the landscapes here. The fauna and flora fight every day to survive and offer unforgettable moments to those who take the time.
Discover Nunavik through an arctic fishing trip!
Nunavik is the Arctic region of Quebec. An immense virgin territory located north of the 55th parallel and bordered by Hudson Bay to the west, Hudson Strait and Ungava Bay to the north and Labrador to the east.
Inukshuk Lodge, an arctic char fishing paradise in Northern Quebec
Arctic char is a species of freshwater fish that inhabits the cold and pristine waters of the Arctic regions. It is highly regarded for its exquisite taste, making it a prized catch for both anglers and culinary enthusiasts. Arctic char possesses a unique pink to red flesh, resembling that of salmon, and has a delicate, rich flavor.
An arctic fishing trip like no other
Arctic char fishing provides a thrilling and rewarding experience for fishing enthusiasts. Anglers can venture into the picturesque landscapes surrounding Inukshuk Lodge, where they encounter pristine lakes, rivers, and fjords teeming with these remarkable fish. The fishing techniques employed for Arctic char often include fly fishing, spin fishing, or ice fishing, depending on the season and location.
Pursue Arctic char on our three rivers and connect with nature: the perfect way to enjoy a challenging fishing adventure.
The fish’s strength and acrobatic leaps make it an exciting catch, while the majestic surroundings and tranquil ambiance enhance the overall experience. Arctic char fishing not only satisfies the angler’s desire for sport but also provides a delectable reward that can be savored at the end of the day.
Learn about Inukshuk Lodge’s fly in fishing trip to northern Quebec
What makes Inukshuk Lodge famous among anglers?
The Arctic char has become closely associated with marine life in polar regions, making it a highly desirable catch for anglers seeking an authentic and distinctive fly fishing encounter in Northern Quebec.
One of the largest arctic char population in the world
The Black Point area of Ungava Bay is certainly known as the home of the world’s largest Arctic char. These resident fish are very powerful fighters because of the abundant forage fish, and are perfectly adapted to the very rich marine environment surrounding Inukshuk Lodge. The average weight is in the 10-12 pounds range, but 20 pound specimens are common. The record of Inukshuk lodge is over 28.