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Camp Brûlé

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Description

Camp Brûlé is a comfortable holiday camp for serious fly fishermen of Atlantic salmon and sea trout. Set on the Petite Cascapedia River fishing is also available on the Grande Cascapédia and Bonaventure Rivers. The Gaspé Peninsula is renowned for its traditions, including great Atlantic salmon fishing with some of the largest Atlantic salmon found anywhere. At Camp Brûlé, we provide world class Atlantic salmon guides, who are experienced on both the Petite and Grande Cascapédia rivers. The camp has 11 pools of private water on the Petite Cascapédia where the number of rods are limited to 4 per day to ensure sections of the river are reserved for our guests. Camp Brûlé was built in 1883 by Montreal businessmen who called it The Little Cascapedia Club. Its well-kept, white, clapboard buildings, including an ice-house, cook's cabin, and guides' quarters, sport attractive forest-green roofs and shutters, just as they did a century ago. Over the years, little has changed at Brûlé, and that's fine by its most loyal guests who return season after season. Other Outdoor Activities: Mountain trails through pristine forests provide great hiking and biking, all within minutes of the camp. Old grown up logging roads provide excellent trails for bird watching, picnicking, etc. and canoeing down the river is a must. The ocean is minutes away, with beaches and bonfires on the Baie de Chaleur. Seclusion from crowds allows for a great opportunity to commune with nature and view abundant wildlife such as the moose and caribou.


Amenities

Lodge Rooms, white, clapboard buildings, including an ice-house, cook's cabin, and guides' quarters, sport attractive forest-green roofs and shutters,

Services

Mountain trails, bird watching, picnicking, Swimming, hiking and biking

Contact Information

Address:
Camp Brûlé
462, chemin Mercier Quest
New Richmond Station
Quebec G0C 2B0
Email: kevin@campbrule.com
Phone:506.461.1769


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