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The Lodge

The lodge

Located at Black Point on the east coast of Ungava Bay, the camp consists of 3 cabins and a main lodge. The camp is strategically located to offer access to Ungava Bay and also to 3 rivers; Lagrèvé, Tunulic and Marcol.

Inukshuk lodge offers many amenities to its guests:

  • 3 cabins for 3 to 4 guests equipped with a stove, a bathroom with toilet and shower, a table and chairs.
  • Sheets, blankets and towels are provided.
  • One cabin for team members.
  • The main lodge with kitchen, dining room where you can relax or have a drink.
  • Electricity is provided by a diesel generator.
  • A satellite phone for emergencies and marine radio on board the boats.

    The team

    Paul Ostiguy

    Paul Ostiguy

    Associated manager

    Having acquired and managed McKenzie River Lodge since 2008 which is now a world class fly fishing destination, it was time for a new adventure. I had fished the Ungava Bay region several times for arctic char with the dream of returning there. Spending time in Nunavik, in this preserved nature, its fauna, its flora and with its wonderful people is a life-changing experience. We are truly blessed.

    Pier luc Lemoing

    Pier luc Lemoing


    A lover of the great outdoors, Pier-Luc was an obvious choice to join our team. Pier-Luc is an experienced fly fisherman and trekker. His high standards of service and safety are your guarantee of a great northern adventure.

    Yves Demers

    Yves Demers

    Chief guide

    This man is a concentrate of happiness! He’ll turn the worst day into a happy one. Wildlife photographer, fishing guide, trekker, Yves blends in perfectly with nature, allowing you to savor every moment…

    Samuel Roy

    Samuel Roy


    A wilderness enthusiast from a family of hunters, trappers, and fishermen, he grew up most of his time in the woods. His passion for outdoor activities naturally led him to study Hunting and Fishing Management Techniques at the Cégep de Baie Comeau. Thanks to this program, he has worked with the SOPFEU to fight forest fires and as a fishing guide on the Gaspé coast. This job allowed him to perfect his skills as a guide and navigator at sea.

    Edouard Campbell


    Wildlife technician during the summer season, a biology student during the cold season, and a full-time adventurer, my passion for fishing and my fascination for the wilderness naturally led me to the great north of Quebec. Armed with my experience in natural environments and inexhaustible love of life, it is with great enthusiasm that I join the team of inukshuk lodge in Ungava Bay in pursuit of unforgettable moments.

    Fabien Lefrançcois


    Fabien est un jeune homme avide d’apprendre et très enthousiaste. Ses connaissances sur la faune et la flore arctique sont des atouts importants pour accompagner nos groupe de trekkeurs et photographes. Enthousiate et volontaire, il apprécie le travail d’équipe et travailler ardamment à développer ses compétences de pĉheurs pour devenir une guide confirmé de notre équipe.

    Rates 2022

    Terms and Conditions

    A $2,500 deposit is required to confirm your reservation. The balance of the package is payable 120 days before your arrival. No discount for a shortened stay or surcharge for an extended stay due to weather conditions. The deposit is non-refundable but is transferable to another date or to another person you may designate. Any additional flights due to overweight will be at the expense of the client. Luggage weight limit per person: 60 lbs or 27 Kg.

    Services included

    • Return flight Montreal/Kuujjuaq
    • The Kuujjuaq/Black Point round trip seaplane transfer
    • Accommodation, bedding and towels
    • All meals served in the camp
    • A guide for two fishermen
    • Boat, engine and gasoline
    • Lifejacket and landing net
    • Access rights and fishing licence
    • All taxes

    Services not included

    • Meals in Kuujjuaq
    • Additional night in Kuujjuaq*.
    • Your alcoholic beverages (SAQ purchases possible in Montreal)
    • Tips
      * cancellation and postponement of the seaplane (breakage, weather, etc…)

    What to Bring

    Clothing & equipment

    Average temperatures are between 11°C and 16°C but can drop to 2°C or rise to 24°C. In arctic conditions, you need multiple layers and technical clothing.

    – Warm clothes (multi-layered), winter underwear, tuque, preferably warm and waterproof gloves, fleece
    – Goretex Waterproof Jacket

    – Wader Goretex or waterproof Goretex pant flap style

    – Boots with felt sole or waterproof and insulated

    – Comfortable sleeping bag

    – Head net and insect repellent (from July 20)

    – Headlamp

    – Warm and breathable clothes (2 to 3)

    – Warm fleece jacket

    – Protective gloves against water

    – Hat or caps

    – Toque

    – Backpack

    Note that the guides always have with them

    – Defense weapon against polar bears
    – Signal flares (by boat)
    – VHF radios
    – Survival kit
    – GPS

    Les ombles chevaliers arctiques migrent vers la baie d’Ungava après la période de frai. Ils ont peu de temps pour retrouver leur forme avant de remonter les rivières locales pour frayer. Ils parcourent les nombreuses îles de la baie à la recherche de krill et de poissons-appâts. Choisissez donc bien vos mouches ou vos leurres pour imiter ces proies.

    Canne : 9 ou 10 pieds ligne 7 à 9 action rapide

    Moulinet : Bobine large avec un backing de de 100 verges.

    Soies : Un modèle plongeant de 250 à 450 grains est recommandé mais on peut aussi opter pour une soie flottante une poinet plongeante d’au moins 10 pieds. Si vous pouvez avoir des bobines différentes. (RIO Intouch départ extra rapide – sonar scientifique Angler

    Bas de ligne : 12 à 20 lbs tippet ou Fluoro (type RIO max Eau salée froide)

    Mouches : Chabot S3, Wooly buggers, double bunnies, crevettes Puglisi, banderole Millbrook,
    Des mouches articulées en lanière de lapin, Wooly bugger certains avec des têtes lestées (Olive, chartreux, violet, blanc ou rose), intruders


    Nous n’utilisons que des crochets simples et sans barbe. Il est recommandé d’utiliser des crochets à eau salée.

    Cannes : de 6 à 8 pieds 0,5 à 1,5 oz

    Moulinet : moyen pour 100 verges ligne 15 à 25 lbs

    Leurres : Pixie #4 (argent-orange, or-orange, chartreux, or-vert), Crocodile 100 reflex argent, Mepps cyclops, Buzz bombs chrome, 3D Sandeel. alose comme une crevette ou un lançon. un mélange de graisses et de leurres qui s’enfoncent profondément
    Un bon et fort pivotement. Remplacez l’hameçon de votre leurre par un hameçon simple et un hameçon salé

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