The Yukon territory is Canada’s ‘Last Frontier’ - you can catch 12 different species
This territory is located in the north-west of the country. It’s a mountainous forest-clad region which is bordered by the Beaufort Sea to the north, by Alaska to the west, by the Northwest Territories to the east, and by British Columbia to the south. The Yukon is divided in two by the river of the same name which comes from the Mackenzie mountains.
'Sight Fishing' for Atlantic Salmon - Gaspé Peninsula in Quebec, Eastern Canada
Crystal clear water... ...casting to sighted fish... ...floating lines... ...dry fly fishing possible - all we dream about!
The Fishery at Gaspé, Quebec
Atlantic Salmon with floating lines and dry fly
Gaspe, Quebec is a charming, predominantly French speaking town with around 16,000 citizens isolated on the tip of the Gaspe Peninsula.